Living Without Violence Toolkit


About the "Living without Violence" Toolkit
  • The toolkit is a series of information sheets, designed for people in NSW who have experienced domestic violence and are in the process of separating, or have recently separated from their partner.
  • The intention is that relevant information sheets will be provided by community or legal workers to clients.
  • The information sheets provide practical information about rights in relation to:
    •         Checklist and useful contacts: Leaving domestic violence
    •         Centrelink and domestic violence
    •         Debt and domestic violence
    •         Fines and domestic violence
    •         Divorce and domestic violence
    •         Property and domestic violence
    •         Parenting and domestic violence
    •         Immigration and domestic violence
  • There is an introductory page with a definition of domestic violence, which highlights relevant human rights issues including the right to live without violence. There is also a promotional poster.
  • This resource has been developed by community legal centres with the assistance of an Australian Human Rights Framework - Education Grant from the Australian Government.
Information sheets (Colour) - Available to Download and Print
  1. Poster
  2. Human rights and living without violence
  3. Checklist and useful contacts: Leaving domestic violence
  4. Centrelink and domestic violence
  5. Debt and domestic violence
  6. Fines and domestic violence
  7. Divorce and domestic violence
  8. Property and domestic violence
  9. Parenting and domestic violence
  10. Immigration and domestic violence
Information sheets (Black and White) - Available to Download and Print
  1. Poster  (only available in colour - see above)
  2. Human rights and living without violence
  3. Checklist and useful contacts: Leaving domestic violence
  4. Centrelink and domestic violence
  5. Debt and domestic violence
  6. Fines and domestic violence
  7. Divorce and domestic violence
  8. Property and domestic violence
  9. Parenting and domestic violence
  10. Immigration and domestic violence

 

For any queries about the development of the toolkit, or to notify us that an information sheet needs updating, please contact the Advocacy & Human Rights Officer, CLCNSW.

 

 

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