WSCLC CCAI Domestic and Family Violence Resources

Domestic And Family Violence Video Resources

Over the last few months, WSCLC has been working with community ambassadors to co-design resources educating communities about domestic and family violence. The CaLD Community Ambassador Initiative (CCAI) was started in recognition of the importance of community leaders and trusted community play in responding to domestic and family violence. Our Centre houses one third of NSW’s multicultural community, and we recognise how important it is to empower communities to take lead on solutions to domestic and family violence.

In December, the community ambassadors participated in a training day to upskill and learn about domestic and family violence, enabling them to better support their communities and make warm referrals to legal and support services. You can read more about the training day here.

After the training day, the ambassadors came together to design resources targeted towards community, ensuring the messages delivered are relevant and culturally appropriate. The resources produced disseminate critical information about domestic and family violence in a COVID-safe, accessible, and comprehensive way.

We are excited to share these videos with African, Arabic and South Asian communities. The resources can be found on our Youtube page:

We thank Multicultural NSW for funding this project, and all the community ambassadors who worked with us and volunteered their time to develop these resources.

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