The NRL work with experts to help the Game to achieve best practice in relation to the prevention of violence against women and children.
We recommend you visit the sites of each of our expert partners for access to information, tools and guides to assist you. Other useful sites and tools are listed below.
Please return regularly to this section of the site as we will regularly update the information and add new resources and tools.
Change the story
Our Watch have created a video to explain the drivers of Violence and to provide information on how we can all contribute to changing the story of violence against women and children in Australia.
The Line is a website is for young people. Here, we talk about relationships, gender, sex, bystander action, technology and communication.
We talk about how to keep behaviours healthy and respectful and avoid crossing the line that makes someone feel frightened, intimidated or diminished.
Violence Against Women. Lets Stop It At The Start.
The Federal Government has recently launched their 'Violence against women. Let's stop it at the start' Campaign.
The campaign is supported by online tools and resources to help influencers of young people to reflect on their own attitudes and talk about respect with the young people in their life.
The NRL and the NSW Government launched a series of educational modules, known as 'Better Choices', which teach teenagers how to make better decisions in real life situations to avoid serious and lifelong consequences.
The program includes scenarios based around alcohol misuse, illicit drugs, respectful relationships, filming and distribution of private acts without consent, violence on and off the field, social media and cyber-bullying.
It consists of five modules which can be utilised by Junior Rugby League Clubs and youth competitions across NSW.
To access the modules, click on the video links below. And, to receive the "Better Choices" facilitators manual please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NRL Inclusion Framework
The NRL are committed to promoting respectful behaviour and positive values. We are very proud of our efforts to develop self-respect and social responsibility as a means to encourage greater inclusion within our communities.
The NRL's Inclusion Framework uses the 7 Pillars of Inclusion model developed by Play By The Rules/Australian Sports Commission.