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Congratulations It’s not OK!

July 09, 2013 at 5:52 PM

On 3 July 2013 the It’s not OK campaign, and all of the local communities and organisations that own and drive it, were recognised at the Public Sector Excellence Awards. For the second time they scooped the Prime Minister’s Supreme Award. The campaign’s new focus on “It’s OK to Help” is noted to be highly effective, innovative and collaborative.

The IPANZ President John Larkindale said “This initiative was based on ground-breaking research and collaboration with many agencies, local communities and those working in the field of family violence prevention…. It demonstrated outstanding innovation and vision in its approach and achieved excellent results for all involved."

Congratulations to all the It’s not OK champions around the country!!!!

Now, can you please feedback on what you think about the It's not OK campaign and how it can help you to build on the great work going on around the country to prevent family violence.

Please answer these quick questions and email this back to Sheryl Hann as soon as possible.

 1a.  Has the national It's not OK campaign made it easier for you to undertake family violence prevention activities in your community?        YES / NO 

 1b.  How?   

2.  Please let us know the kind of things we could do this year to help support your family violence prevention activities:   

Please reply to Sheryl Hann by Monday 22 July. 

 Thanks so much for taking the time to provide your feedback.  

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