1. Films4Change Inc

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    from Melinda Arnold / Added

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    This a promo reel for our series of short films on Domestic Violence. We are a not for profit organisation committed to creating change. Our aim is for the films to generate change & raise awareness of domestic violence issues in society

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    • Brethrens Keep Teaser

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      A video made to promote our upcoming short film Brethrens Keep and encourage viewers to visit and donate to the films crowdfunding campaign at http://www.pozible.com/project/194515

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      • We Need To Act - Bathurst Says No To Family Violence

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        Nationally representative surveys have found that anywhere from one-quarter to one-third, and even up to one-half, of Australian women will experience physical or sexual violence by a man at some point in their lives (1). Shockingly, one woman is killed every week in Australia by a current or former partner (2). The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research indicates that in 2013 rates of domestic violence were 23% higher in the Bathurst region than in NSW as a whole. Clearly, whilst it occurs mainly behind closed doors, gender based violence is a massive issue within our local community. This infographic has been adapted by Bathurst's Family Violence Awareness Group to raise awareness about family violence in our Community. The original concept was developed by Women’s Health Grampians through the Act@Work Project. The Act@Work Project has been funded by the Reducing Violence Against Women and their Children grants program, part of the Victorian Government’s Community Crime Prevention Program – local solutions for local crime prevention issues. Local statistics in the infographic were sourced from the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research. References: 1. Australian Bureau of Statistics (2006), Personal Safety Survey (reissue), Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra. < http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/cat/4906.0 > 2. Chan, A and Payne, J (2013). Homicide in Australia: 2008–09 to 2009-10 National Homicide Monitoring Program annual report. Canberra. Australian Institute of Criminology. < http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/publications/mr/21/mr21.pdf >

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        • Shoe on My Foot

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          It is your support that allows us to respond to the women and children who turn to us for help and healing. By donating what you would spend on a PAIR OF SHOES, you can help us turn victims into survivors. Learn more about the New Star Family Justice Center program at www.NSFJC.org.

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          • Christian news, views and interviews: Record InFocus - 06.03.15

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            Watch this week's news with Cybele Coutet | The challenge of ISIS - James Standish | Singer-songwriter Melissa Otto on music, motherhood and the love of God | Viewer feedback: Email letters@infocus.org.au, Facebook Record.Mag, Twitter @RecordInFocus

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            • InFocus Christian news - 06.03.15

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              Aussies and Kiwis call for increases in foreign aid | More than 300 Christians captured by ISIS in Syria | South Pacific church leaders concerned by pornography statistics. Viewer feedback: Email letters@infocus.org.au | Facebook Record.Mag | Twitter @RecordInFocus

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              • "The Living" Official Trailer starring Fran Kranz and Jocelin Donahue

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                http://montereymedia.com/theliving/ Awakening from an alcohol induced black out, Teddy discovers he has severely beaten his wife, Molly. As he seeks her forgiveness, she struggles with a possible future together. Absent a father’s protection, her brother's humiliation over not being able to defend his sister quickly turns to hate. In desperation, Gordon seeks out and hires an ex-con to kill Teddy setting forth an unstoppable sequence of shocking events. Redemption, revenge, forgiveness, inhumanity interweave in an ill-fated tale of life and unforeseen circumstances.

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                • 2015 Walk in Silence for Victims of Family VIolence

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                  The 2015 Charlottetown Walk in SIlence for Victims of Family VIolence took place during PEI Family Violence Prevention Week, February 11, 2015. It was organized by PEI Family VIolence Prevention Services with the PEI Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention Services and the City of Charlottetown Mayor's Purple RIbbon Task Force on Family Violence Prevention. Music by Chris Zabriskie, http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chris_Zabriskie/Undercover_Vampire_Policeman/ Creative Commons CC BY 4.0

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                  • ABC 7PM: Rosie Batty, Australian of the Year 2015 AsLive (25 Jan 2015)

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                    Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty is named Australian of the Year for 2015 at a Canberra ceremony on the eve of Australia Day.

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                    • ABC News24: Live X - Rosie Batty named Australian of the Year (25 Jan 2015)

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                      Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty named Australian of the Year for 2015 at a ceremony on the eve of Australia Day.

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