NO MORE Campaign
- Northern Territory
Fourth Action Plan actions
- Primary prevention is key
- 3 Implement targeted primary prevention activities designed by, and tailored for, the specific communities they are intended to support.
- Support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children
- 6 Value and engage the expertise of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and men, communities and organisations to lead in the creation and implementation of community-led solutions to build and manage change.
What are we doing?
The Northern Territory Government has committed $6.49 million from 2019-20 ongoing for initiatives under Action Plan 1: Changing Attitudes, Intervening Earlier and Responding Better (2018- 2021) of the Northern Territory’s Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Reduction Framework 2018- 2028. This investment includes funding to place-based, community-led solutions through initiatives such as the NO MORE Campaign.
What have we achieved so far?
The Northern Territory Government is providing $1.8 million to the NO MORE Campaign from 2019-20 to 2023-24 to work with men, women, boys, girls and others in the community to reduce domestic, family and sexual violence through raising awareness and developing local responses to effect social change.
To date, the NO MORE Campaign has partnered with more than 180 government and non-government agencies and groups across the Northern Territory. NO MORE has reached over 2000 Territorians through its domestic, family and sexual violence awareness raising activities.
The NO MORE Campaign has also delivered various education sessions and events including marches, information sessions, presentations at sporting events and presentations to communities such as Ali Curung, Kalkarindji, Wadeye, Elliot, Yuendumu and Gunbalanya.
What is next?
- The NO MORE Campaign is a continuing initiative.
What difference will we make?
- Domestic, family and sexual violence is prevented and not tolerated.
- Partner with community, business, sporting and religious leaders to grow the number of organisations that actively reject domestic, family and sexual violence and challenge gender inequality.