Topic: White Ribbon Day
Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Ian Campbell, RAN, with the overall female and male winners, Lieutenant Brie McConville and Lieutenant Rowan Walkers at the 39th annual White Ribbon Day Gate to Gate Fun Run held at HMAS Penguin.
The 39th annual HMAS
Penguin, White Ribbon Gate to Gate Fun Run/Walk was fiercely contested at Middle Harbour in Sydney this week.
HMAS Anzac's ship's company have a morning tea to talk about domestic violence in support of White Ribbon.
Late in 2016 during a busy Sea Qualification Trial the crew of HMAS
Anzac still found time to join together in support of White Ribbon and the 'stick your neck out' campaign.
(L-R) Organiser of White Ribbon Day HMAS Albatross, Chief Petty Officer Christopher Hill, Sue Davies and Louise Williams from the Nowra Domestic Violence Intervention Service, and Commanding Officer HMAS Albatross, Captain Simon Bateman, CSC, RAN at the White Ribbon Day morning tea in the Oasis Mess at HMAS Albatross.
The ship's company of Navy's home of avitation, HMAS
Albatross, hosted their annual White Ribbon Day morning tea on 25 November, provoking reflection and debate on the issues surrounding domestic violence.
Competitors cross the finish line on completion of the 2016 Gate to Gate race held at HMAS Penguin in Mosman.
For the 38
th year in a row, HMAS Penguin held the 'Gate to Gate Fun Run and Walk' in 2016 but for the second year 'running' used it to bring attention to family and domestic violence.
November 25, 2016 by Mr James McPherson (author), LSIS Justin Brown (photographer), LSIS Lee-Anne Mack (photographer)
Members of HMAS Stirling, with cardboard cut-outs of women that represent victims of domestic violence in support of White Ribbon on HMAS Stirling Quarterdeck, Western Australia.
The Royal Australian Navy has marked White Ribbon Day with events around the country to highlight Defence’s commitment to the White Ribbon campaign and Defence’s own cultural change programs.
Royal Australian Navy is an accredited White Ribbon workplace and supports the prevention of violence against women.
Navy’s ongoing campaign against family and domestic violence received a major boost recently with ships’ companies and teams across the nation doing their bit to raise money for White Ribbon.
Members of HMAS Adelaide's Ships Company who assisted with the organising and baking of delicious treats, to raise money and awareness for White Ribbon day.
Adelaide's ship's company proved you can have your cake and eat it too during a bake off last month, raising money and awareness for White Ribbon - the campaign to stop men's violence against women.
From left to right: Able Seaman Stephanie Jelley, Able Seaman Isaac Batterham, Leading Seaman Cameron Cox, Tatjana Dotzauer, Seaman James Hoffman, Seaman Joshua Guy.
An eye-watering hot sauce challenge was among a number of good spirited challenges at a White Ribbon fundraiser held by sailors from HMAS
Waterhen Fleet Support Unit.
Navy personnel are encouraged to wear a white ribbon to show their commitment to stopping violence against women.
On White Ribbon Day 2015 Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, asks all Australians to stand up and speak out about domestic violence issues.
The commissioning crew of NUSHIP Adelaide form the shape of a white ribbon on the flight deck of their ship to show their support for the 2015 White Ribbon Day campaign.
The crew of the Royal Australian Navy's second Landing Helicopter Dock, NUSHIP
Adelaide has taken time out from preparing for commissioning in December to talk about domestic violence issues.