"Our Right to Safety and Respect": Adapted resources for women who are vision impaired, blind, or deaf/blind
We have adapted one of our most popular information resources specifically tailored to women who identify as vision impaired, blind, or deaf/blind about violence prevention and response, “Our Right to Safety and Respect. A video resource and video guide, developed by, and for, women with disabilities about violence, abuse, safety and respect”.
The resources include:
- Braille hardcopy and an electronic Braille Ready File (BRF) of the video resource guide available in both Grade 1 and Grade 2.
- Audio Described DVD format and electronic file of the video resource.
- Audible (MP3) file of the video guide.
If you would like a hardcopy of these resources please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of these resources are for women who identify as vision impaired, blind, deaf/blind having equal access to resources on how to keep themselves safe and free from violence. Providing this resource in Audio Description, Braille and Audible (MP3) formats will empower these women to speak up and seek support when leaving a violent situation. These resources were developed by women who identify as, vision impaired, blind, or deaf/blind.
This project was supported by the Victorian Women's Trust
These resources are an extension of the Safeguards project, which was supported by the Victorian Government.
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