Resource Links

External Links to resources

Useful links to other Safe ministry-related resources on the web.
Please note that we cannot take responsibility for broken links, or changed content on any of these sites (but please report any to us).
This is a not for profit resource offering contact information on a wide range of resources in your area, including domestic abuse, housing, food, finances, general health, legal advise and much more.

Reportable Conduct Scheme in NSW.
A video from the Office of the Children’s Guardian that steps you through the NSW Reportable Conduct Scheme.

Mandatory Reporting in NSW.
There can be some confusion in talking about ‘mandatory reporting’ and the ‘Reportable Conduct Scheme’ in NSW as they are two different things.  This article helps set out what ‘mandatory reporting’ means in the different states and tgerritories

1800 Respect
Support a friend or family member experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault.

1800 Respect & Women with disabilities Australia  – ‘Sunny’ App
Women with disability have improved access to violence information and support with this smartphone app. Available for Android and iOS devices.
A comprehensive web site offering information and resources on a wide range of issues.

See more information on the Domestic Abuse page

Transcript of the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse
Read transcript

Key messages from the National Apology
Read key messages

Guidance on how to encourage protective behaviours in our children (and ourselves).

Protect Young Minds – a U.S. site that focus’s on teaching children protective behaviour against pornography.

The Frank Chat – An impressive protective behaviour web site by Australian James Grady, who works in a school in Sydney. It’s focus is anti-pornography. – The website of the Archibishop’s Antipornography Taskforce. Lots of excellent resources

The National Redress Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse.
It was created in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, which estimated that 60,000 people experienced institutional child sexual abuse in Australia.

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