Media Releases

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to galvanise action to end violence against women and girls across the world. Annually, the campaign runs from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, to 10 December, which is Human Rights Day. Currently, more than 3,700 organisations from over 160 countries participate in the campaign each year.
25 November is also White Ribbon Day, the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end men’s violence against women and girls, promote gender equality, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity.
16 Days in WA to Stop Violence Against Women is Western Australia’s contribution to these efforts.
Through the campaign, we aim to raise awareness (Educate); increase positive actions (Motivate); and highlight those agencies and organisations which are currently working hard to oppose violence against women (Advocate).

Below is AFLS contribution to raise awareness for this worthy cause.


Investing in Aboriginal organisations essential to promote child well-being and resilience says landmark NT Royal Commission

November 2017

AFLS Media Release – Urgent Action Needed 241017

October 2017

National Review of Youth Justice Needed

26 July 2016

Goldfields Domestic Violence Service Makes Most of Indigenous Round

23 April 2016

Young Women Set to Sparkle and Grow in Kununurra

6 October 2015

Access to Family Violoncello Legal Services for Aboriginal Victims

8 September 2015

Service Announces Launch of Midwest Ochre Ribbon Campaign

26 August 2015

Ochre Ribbon Campaign

20 April 2015

Service Announces Inaugural Ochre Ribbon Day Campaign

16 March 2105

Call for a New Approach to Address “National Shame” of Family Violence

4 March 2015

Partnership struck between Aboriginal Family Law Service and North Pilbara Football League

16 February 2015