White Ribbon Day, 25 Nov 2009
White Ribbon Day, 25 Nov, marks the beginning of a national campaign to get all Australian men and boys to take a positive action and put an end to one of the most widespread human rights abuses taking place in our country.
We are calling on men to swear never to commit, never to excuse, and never to remain silent about violence against women at http://www.myoath.com.au.
The campaign already has the support of high profile men such as Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Lt Gen Ken Gillespie, Hazem El Masri, Rove, Keith Urban, Wil Anderson, David Koch, Adam Goodes, Shannon Noll, Jason Culina, Dicko, and the list goes on.
National Swear Day @ http://www.myoath.com.au/
Violence against women
Are you ready to take the Challenge? On 04 November, White Ribbon Ambassador, Andrew O’Keefe launched White Ribbon’s exciting online resource – the White Ribbon Challenge. The Challenge is a chance for individuals, groups and communities to take action to end violence against women. It provides support, advice, tips and inspiration for creating real change in communities and offers an opportunity for supporters to communicate, network and share their knowledge. Find out more about how you can make a difference by visiting the White Ribbon Challenge.