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The NO MORE campaign launched in 2013 in the USA with the founders setting out to create a powerful, visual way to express support for ending domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA). NO MORE brings together the largest coalition of advocacy groups, service providers, governmental agencies, major corporations, universities, communities and individuals, all under a common brand and a unifying symbol in support of a world free of violence.

AUSTRALIA SAYS NO MORE is the Australian arm of this global symbol and campaign. We are dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by increasing awareness, inspiring action and fuelling change, across the country.

No more excuses. No more silence. No more violence.

Together we can end domestic violence and sexual assault.

How will we do this?

1. Media Campaigns and Public Service Announcements with celebrities, athletes and everyday people​​

2. Education & Community Engagement is a hub for information and engagement, including:

  • NO MORE Pledge: pledge to support survivors and prevent violence

  • NO MORE Gallery: survivors and allies are speaking out and collectively, transforming the shame and stigma around these issues

  • NO MORE Toolkit: open-source, customisable tools and resources

​3. Grassroots Activism and Fundraising

  • NO MORE Week: week of action with local events, social media campaigns and more

  • NO MORE Challenge: fundraising competition with grants to small, under-resourced programs

  • NO MORE Shop: benefiting anti-violence nonprofits

The NO MORE symbol

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The NO MORE symbol is not owned by any one organisation. Rather, it belongs to and is available for use by all those committed to help end domestic violence and sexual assault. Tools to use the symbol are available completely free of charge and can be found in the NO MORE Toolkit.

Our team

The day-to-day operations of Australia says NO MORE are overseen by a small, but dedicated team.

Together we can prevent and end domestic violence and sexual assault across Australia.

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