The Week Without Violence, held every year during the third week of October, aims to raise awareness of the impacts of family violence. It incorporates the Clothesline Project which allows victims and others affected by family violence to paint messages on T-shirts that are then displayed across the region. The campaign, now in its sixteenth year in the northern metropolitan region, is coordinated through local family violence networks and resourced by Women’s Health In the North.
For more information about the Week Without Violence, visit the NIFVS website or download the campaign tool kit. Please complete this form to order resources, including T-shirts, paints and postcards, to support your activity and send it back to us by 11 September 2015.
If you have any questions, please contact Ada at WHIN.