White Ribbon Day in Australia is an annual campaign dedicated to raising awareness about and preventing domestic and family violence. It is observed on November 17th this year. The campaign aims to mobilize individuals and communities to take a stand against violence towards women, working to create a society where women can live free from fear and violence.

The White Ribbon campaign in Australia involves various activities and events that focus on:

Raising Awareness: Promoting conversations and education about the impact of domestic violence on individuals, families, and communities.

Challenging Attitudes: Encouraging individuals to challenge and change attitudes and behaviors that contribute to or condone violence against women.

Supporting Victims: Providing support and resources for victims of domestic and family violence, as well as promoting initiatives to prevent such violence from occurring.

The White Ribbon symbol, a white ribbon or a white ribbon pin, is worn by people as a pledge to never commit, excuse, or remain silent about violence against women. The campaign also works towards engaging men and boys as advocates for positive change, emphasizing the importance of their role in ending violence against women.

Throughout the White Ribbon Day campaign, events, marches, workshops, and discussions are organized to highlight the issue of domestic violence and encourage society to work together to prevent it. The ultimate goal is to create a future where every individual, regardless of gender, can live in safety, free from violence and fear.