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Share what you are doing

Share how you’re taking up the Not Now, Not Ever challenge. By sharing what you are doing, you will encourage others to think about what they can do and help put an end to domestic and family violence.

Submit your story

Please submit your video or photo and a brief description of how you are making a difference.
Once your submission has been reviewed, your example will be published and visible to members of the public.
Videos must be uploaded to YouTube so they can be shared on the Not Now, Not Ever website. See below for tips on sharing your video.
If you want to share information about an upcoming event please add it to the online events calendar.
If, after you have submitted your story and it is published, you have any updates, please email them to

Tips for sharing your video

Smartphones and other hand-held devices offer the simplest and quickest ways to record a video. Experiment using the built-in camera on your phone or device, or try one of the apps listed below. You may be surprised at how easy it can be.

Creating and editing your video

Using your smartphone is one of the easiest and quickest ways to create a video. There are hundreds of free and low-cost video apps available to download from iTunes and Google Play to help you film and edit your video. Not sure what to look for? Here are some apps that might help you get started:

You can also edit videos from your desktop computer using the YouTube video editor.

Upload your video to YouTube

If you don’t have one already you’ll need to create a YouTube channel. Once your channel is set up you’ll be ready to upload your video to YouTube. For information on how to upload your video from a computer or mobile device follow these instructions.
If you have any difficulties uploading videos check out the YouTube Help Centre for support.

Once your video has been uploaded to YouTube you’re ready to submit your story.


  • In an emergency call the police on Triple Zero (000)
  • DVConnect Womensline – phone 1800 811 811 (24 hours, 7 days)
  • DVConnect Mensline – phone 1800 600 636 (9am to 12 midnight, 7 days)
  • 1800 RESPECT – phone 1800 737 732 (24 hours, 7 days)
  • Kids Helpline – phone 1800 551 800 (24 hours, 7 days)
  • Elder Abuse Helpline – Queensland phone 1300 651 192, rest of Australia phone (07) 3867 2525 (9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday)
  • State-wide Sexual Assault Helpline – phone 1800 010 120 (7.30am to 11.30pm, 7 days)