Case Study

DV Work Aware

Informational and training resource website for workers and workplaces affected by domestic violence

Intro

Creating a place for people affected by domestic violence (and their employers) to find protections and rights

DV Work Aware is an initiative of the QLD Working Women’s Centre, along with the South Australia and Northern Territory Working Women’s Centres. We have worked with these three centres to create nationwide and state-specific branding, promotional materials and online resources as well as the website, to help educate and support employees and employers who are affected by domestic violence and being in the workplace.

This project has been one of our most comprehensive, and our first one done as the Social Good Outpost. It was nominated for the Victorian Premier’s Design Awards in 2017.

Details

Information and training site for supporting domestic-violence-affected employees

Client

DV Work Aware

Year

2016-17

Designers

Lara & Elise

Communities / Causes

Women (and all), Workplace Environments, Feminist, DV Prevention

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