What We're Up To
The NRL Voice Against Violence initiative aims to assist the rugby league community to 'stand up', 'speak out' and 'take action' to prevent violence against women and children. There are three components of Voice Against Violence:
- Voice Against Violence education workshops
- An awareness campaigns
- Voice Against Violence website
Keep up to date with the latest workshops, campaigns, and initiatives.
Voice Against Violence heads to Murgon
The NRL Community team travelled to Central Queensland to deliver the NRL Voice Against Violence program over three days to junior rugby league clubs and high school rugby league teams in the local South Burnett region.
NRL teams up with Rio Tinto to assist remote communities
The NRL partnered with Rio Tinto, Goodline and Workpac to take the NRL Voice Against Violence program to Weipa and surrounding communities between 7 - 11 June.
Local junior league district are proud to support White Ribbon Australia
After taking part in the NRL Voice Against Violence program, the Wests Junior took action to support White Ribbon Day.
Round 16 saw the Western Suburb Junior League District hold it's maiden 'White Ribbon Round'. They also developed and proudly shared their own #Respect4Women campaign across social media!
The NRL and Wests Tigers collaborate to prevent violence against women
The Wests Tigers partnered with White Ribbon and the NRL to deliver the NRL Voice Against Violence program to the Campbelltown Warriors.
Papua New Guinea
Check out two videos from our recent trip to Papua New Guinea as part of the PM's XIII trip.
- Hear from PNG Orchids Captain and NRL PNG Manager, Cathy Neap in this video;
- Watch the action when the Hohola Flies took part in the Voice Against Violence program.
Also, Joanna Lester's Power Meri follows Papua New Guinea's first national women's rugby league team, the PNG Orchids, on their journey to the 2017 World Cup in Australia. These trailblazers must beat not only the sporting competition, but also intense sexism, a lack of funding, and national prejudice to reach their biggest stage yet.