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ATSILS teamed up with the members of the Queensland Legal Assistance Forum to produce a range of community legal education resources under the banner: Which Way – Protect Your Legal Rights!

The suite of resources was developed by First Nations Creative Agency – Gilimbaa and with key messaging aimed at enhancing community access to legal assistance options for domestic violence and child safety matters.

The resources were launched this week by our Director of Communications and Sector Engagement – Graham White and will be distributed throughout our partner networks to get the key messages out to our communities.

We thank the Queensland Government – Department of Justice and Attorney General for assisting in funding the project and all partners for their contributions.


Which Way – Protect Your Legal Rights!

We have a range of posters we would like to distribute throughout our partner networks to ensure our communities know there are a range of legal assistance providers available to assist them with Child Safety and Domestic Violence matters. If you would like a copy of the posters below please email: 

Alternatively, you are welcome to download and print a PDF version using the links below.


Download Posters [PDF]

Which Way – Legal Assistance for Child Safety Matters

Which Way – Legal Assistance for Domestic Violence Matters (Victim/Survivor)

Which Way – Legal Assistance for Domestic Violence Matters (Respondent)


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Today marks the 16th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations delivered by former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
We stand with the Stolen Generations and honour their spirit of survival in striving to overcome the extreme trauma and injustice caused by child removal and assimilation policies.
With the current rates of child removals continuing to spiral at unacceptable rates, we call on all levels of government to take more action. This is a crisis across the nation and more support is needed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander led organisations and community initiatives striving to keep children connected with their families, kin and country.
If you need support on your journey to reunite with your people and country contact Link-Up (Qld).
Link-Up (Qld) aims to bring a sense of peace, identity and belonging to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who have been separated from their family and culture.
To learn more about National Apology Day visit:
National Apology | National Museum of Australia (

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Don’t Silence the Violence
Ochre Ribbon Week (12-19 February) is an Aboriginal-led campaign to raise awareness of the devasting impacts of family violence in Aboriginal communities and a call for action to end the violence.
If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence it is important to seek help as soon as possible.
For 24/7 support please contact:
13YARN (for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people)
13 92 76
1800 737 732
For legal assistance, call
ATSILS – 1800 012 255
Legal Aid Queensland – 1300 650 143
Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service – 1800 887 700
Community Legal Centres Queensland – 07 3392 0092
First Nations Women’s Legal Services Qld Inc – 1800 082 600