Aboriginal Anti Violence – Bairnsdale

4 Televison Ads designed by Wayne Tindall for Indigenous Communities in the Grampians Region of Victoria.

Recently the Victoria Police Violence Against Women and Children Strategy Group engaged an independent and appropriately qualified Service Provider (Wayne Tindall) to undertake the production of four television commercials and a DVD containing the television commercials, as part of a public awareness campaign targeting family violence and sexual assault within the Aboriginal community.
The objectives of the Indigenous Family Violence and Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign were to:

  • improve relationships between the local Indigenous community and Victoria Police;
  • increase community awareness and understanding of the impacts of family violence and sexual assault;
  • identify strategies for victims of family violence and sexual assault;
  • achieve increased reporting of family violence by Aboriginal communities and in the longer term, provide an overall reduction of the incidence of violence
  • and sexual assault against women and children in these locations; and
  • engage with the Aboriginal community in order to identify local issues specific to family violence and sexual assault.

The campaign was managed by Victoria Police, however the television commercials were developed locally by Wayne Tindall from Change the World and NBS Productions in partnership with local Aboriginal communities in the Region.

GEGAC played a major role in facilitating a smooth production schedule and its facilities were used in many scenes.

The 4 television commercials have been produced and aired, and have proven to be a huge success in the area.
TV Ad #1

 TV ad #2

TV Ad #3