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Topic "Abuse" in Arabic - total 24 documents

Title: Are you a woman with a disability who is worried about how you are being treated at home?
Summary: This guide is based on the real experiences of women with disabilities. These women told their stories in the hope it would help others to deal with abuse.

Title: Avoiding financial abuse
Summary: Financial abuse, such as when someone you trust illegally or improperly uses your money, assets or property, is one of the most common forms of abuse of older people.

Title: Definitions of bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence are all interpersonal behaviours that can create or contribute to negative social environments. All school communities should have clear definitions outlined in their school policies and procedures for bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence.

Title: Family violence and partner visas factsheet
Summary: Partner visa holders do not have to remain in an abusive relationship to stay in Australia In Australia, domestic and family violence is not accepted. A partner, family members or other people in the community cannot threaten your visa status. If you hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 300, 309 or 820) and experience family violence and your relationship ends, there are provisions in Australia’s migration laws to allow you to continue with your permanent Partner visa (subclass 100 or 801) application. If you or someone you know is in danger call the police on 000. Police in Australia are safe and can be trusted. For free, confidential counselling and information call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732. If you need a free interpreter call 131 450.

Title: Family Violence - Technical Terms (Bilingual Tool)
Summary: The 'Family Violence: Technical Terms Bilingual Tool is in a Language other than English (LOTE) and English side-by-side It is designed to help communication when working with interpreters to talk about family violence. The Family Violence: Technical Terms Bilingual Tool, lists and explains: - Courts and services: their names, hours and web addresses - Technical terms: and what they mean - Police roles: what they do. - Each service, term and definition is listed in a Languages other than English (LOTE) and English side by side, so they can be pointed to or circled when explaining the family violence service system.

Title: Family Violence: What Police Do
Summary: The Information Sheet 'Family Violence: What Police do' has been designed to explain Victoria Police's response to family violence. They have been written for: - People who have affected, or harmed, by family violence - People who have committed family violence - People and or services supporting them. The information sheet is available in English, Easy English (simple text with images) and in Languages other than English (LOTE) (13 languages).

Title: Forced and early marriage factsheet
Summary: Forcing anybody to get married is a serious crime in Australia In Australia, people are free to choose whether to get married. It is illegal to take or send someone to another country for forced marriage or get someone else to organise this Forced and early marriage is sometimes linked with moving people to another country or across borders against their will, and this is illegal. Contact details of support services are provided in this brochure

Title: How men can prevent sexual violence
Summary: Here are some steps you can take to prevent sexual violence and ensure you have respectful sexual relationships

Title: I have a concern / the service we offer (written and audio version)
Summary: Information for people receiving aged care, families, representatives and carers about the Aged Care Complaints Commissioner

Title: Information about Intervention Orders
Summary: An intervention order (formerly called a restraining order) may help protect you and your family if you are a victim of domestic violence. This booklet tells you what will happen if you contact the police about getting an intervention order. We hope it will answer your questions, and help you decide what to do. - This is information is for South Australia only

Title: Is someone you know being abused in a relationship?
Summary: This guide will help in supporting female and male victims of abuse.

Title: Reporting sexual assault to police
Summary: Reporting sexual assault to police is a significant step. This document explains the investigation process and the options that are available to help you consider your decision.

Title: Safe at home: How to get a family violence intervention order
Summary: This booklet is about family violence intervention orders. It can help you, or someone you know who has experienced violence at home

Title: Sexual Assault factsheet
Summary: In Australia, it is against the law to sexually assault anyone. A person who commits sexual assault can go to jail, whether they are a man or a woman. Sexual assault can include: forcing anyone to have sex or perform sexual acts; forcing anyone to watch pornography; or having sex or performing sexual acts with a child.

Title: Signs of bullying
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Each individual student who has been bullied or is bullying others will respond and act differently. A student's behaviours and moods can also change for a variety of reasons. The fact sheet contains information on signs that may indicate a student is experiencing bullying:

Title: Some facts about bullying and violence
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers with information about bullying and violence

Title: Trauma - reaction and recovery
Summary: It is normal to have strong reactions following a distressing or frightening event, but these should begin to reduce after a few weeks. People can experience a range of physical, mental, emotional and behavioural reactions. There are many things you can do to cope with and recover from trauma. Seek professional help if you don’t begin to return to normal after three or four weeks.

Title: Types of bullying
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Bullying is usually described by the types of behaviours involved, so we talk about verbal, social and physical bullying. Bullying is sometimes also labelled by where it occurs or by what type of harm is done. These words can be used alone or in combination. It can be confusing!

Title: Untold Stories: Cervical Cancer ( Aylin- English Version of Arabic)
Summary: An audio visual 'stories' based on real life experiences of everyday people. Gathered from interviews with women from different cultural backgrounds, this digital storytelling project features culturally diverse women sharing their experiences of cervical cancer screening in both their first language and English.

Title: Violence against women doesn't just start. It grows: A guide to having conversations with young people
Summary: The cycle of violence against women starts with disrespectful behaviour. When we excuse these behaviours in our kids, we let it grow.

Title: What can you do to support White Ribbon?
Summary: Here are some ideas on how to support White Ribbon and encourage men and boys to help break the cycle of violence against women.

Title: What is primary prevention?
Summary: Together we need to stop violence against women before it happens. Primary prevention action to stop men’s violence against women is implemented before violence occurs and aims to stop the likelihood of men and boys using violence against women and girls

Title: What men can do
Summary: To end men’s violence against women, we need to change attitudes and behaviour – this will take time. Here are some practical steps men can take every day to help end men’s violence against women

Title: What to do if you are being bullied
Summary: Tip sheets for students with strategies on what you can do if you are being bullied.

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