Your workplace can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Your school can promote gender equality and create an Australia free from violence.
The media can use its influence to change the culture and attitudes that drive violence against women.
Your sporting organisation can help create an Australia where women are safe, equal and valued.
Handbook and toolkits
Find practical tools for the prevention of violence against women that are easy to use.
Toolkit for local government
Meet the Our Watch ambassadors.
Anti-domestic violence campaigner and 2016 Young South Australian of the Year.
AFL player and gender equality advocate and registered marriage celebrant.
Writer, gender equality and mental health advocate.
Sports commentator and the AFL's first female boundary rider.
Chair of the West Coast Eagles.
NRL player and Our Watch ambassador since April 2021.
Anti-FGM campaigner, anti-domestic violence activist and cultural consultant.
AFLW player and professional boxer.
2015 Young Australian of the Year and Ambassador and Deaf Australia public speaker.
Founder and chair of the charity angelhands and a survivor-advocate.
Writer, TV presenter and broadcaster.
Award-winning author, keynote speaker and domestic violence survivor-advocate.
Sue Salthouse was a disability advocate and Chair of Women with Disabilities ACT.
Communications specialist and member of the Burnet Institute's Engagement Committee.
Chief Commissioner, Greater Sydney Commission.
Film and television actor and author.
Media personality, actor, presenter and writer.
Stella Young (24 February 1982 – 6 December 2014) was a comedian, journalist and activist.