How to get involved

Check out this series of resources to help you take action to promote respectful attitudes within your community.

Read the Activity Guide for ideas on how to engage with influencers in your area, and use the posters, newsletter articles, social banners and more to bring your idea to life.

Make sure you use the hashtag #stopitatthestart when sharing your ideas and activities on social media, to join the national conversation about respect.

Activity ideas

Check out our video ‘Broken Hill sparks a change’ for more ideas on how to promote the Stop it at the Start campaign in your area. Residents of Broken Hill, including the Mayor, teachers, sporting coaches and other community leaders, held a community workshop to brainstorm activity ideas, and talk about the importance of respectful relationships.

Broken Hill sparks a change

Community activity guide

Community Activity GuideNeed ideas for how to spark a positive change? Download this helpful guide for suggestions on where to begin.

Celebrate respect in your community

Respect award

Engage those in your community by celebrating respectful relationships and behaviours with a respect award. This might be awarded to individuals showing above and beyond sportsmanship or teamwork.

Reach out to your community

Newsletter article template

Community Newsletter TemplateUse the newsletter article template to share information about the campaign with your networks.

Email introduction template

Email Introduction TemplateLooking to collaborate with others to promote respect in your community? Use our email introduction template to introduce yourself and the campaign.

Promote respect in your community

Campaign poster

campaign posterLooking to collaborate with others to promote respect in your community? Use our email introduction template to introduce yourself and the campaign.

Community fact sheet

community fact sheetDownload and print the campaign fact sheet to share the Stop it at the Start campaign with your community.

Campaign flyer

campaign flyerShare the campaign flyer in your office, sporting club, school or community space and start a conversation about respect.

Promote respect online

Social media resource kit

social mediaDownload the social media kit for ideas on how to promote respect on your online networks, and reach out to others in your community.

Social media banners

Share these banners on your social media channels to promote Stop it at the Start and your own community activities online. Make sure you tag #stopitatthestart

Web banner

Share this banner on your website to show your support for Stop it at the Start.

Host an event or activity

Invitation poster

campaign event posterHolding an event or activity to promote respect in your community? Customise and display the event poster to promote it.

Invitation template

event invitation templateUse this invitation template to encourage members of your community to attend your event or activity.

Parent and influencer resources

As parents, family members, teachers, coaches, community leaders and employers, we have an important role as influencers of young people.

Disrespect isn’t always an easy subject to talk about. Having the confidence to get started can sometimes be the hardest part.

You can find some helpful tools in our Resources section to help you have these conversations, including The Conversation Guide. You can read the full guide here, or check out one of our handy quick chat guides below.

Thinking about the conversation

Thinking about the conversation

Starting a conversation

Starting a conversation

Keep the conversation going

Keep the conversation going