Take up the challenge to put an end to
domestic and family violence.
Every one of us has a role to play in changing the culture, attitudes and systems that underpin violence in our community.
The Queensland Government is implementing the Not Now, Not Ever campaign to raise community awareness and encourage community participation during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in May.
The message is Not Now, Not Ever: Take up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence.
All over Queensland – in our workplaces, schools, sporting clubs, neighbourhoods and communities – people are rallying their community to put an end to domestic and family violence.
Through the Not Now, Not Ever campaign we want to build an online collection of videos showcasing the wonderful work people are doing in their communities.
Simply make a short home video explaining what you are doing in your school, workplace, club, neighbourhood or community and upload it here. If you are stuck for ideas, have a look at what others are doing!
You can support the campaign in a number of other ways:
We acknowledge our campaign partners — Queensland Rail, Brisbane City Council, Clubs Queensland, Queensland Police Service, the Gold Coast SUNS and Heritage Bank — for helping to bring our communities together to raise awareness of domestic and family violence.
We encourage all CheckUP members and stakeholders to take part in the Not Now, Note Ever Campaign.