Topic: White Ribbon
From left, Able Seaman Mathew Skelton, Able Seaman Matthew Gelding, Able Seaman Daniel Leschke and Able Seaman Tiernan Chappell of HMAS Childers show their support in Australia's campaign to stop violence against women at HMAS Coonawarra.
The Royal Australian Navy's commitment to the White Ribbon campaign has taken a major step forward, with Navy being granted partner status in the Northern Territory.
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.
HMAS Darwin's ship's company come together on the flight deck to support White Ribbon Day.
Darwin will be marking White Ribbon Day with a symbolic show of white under their uniforms. Organiser, Sub Lieutenant Thomas Rodgers says it was a simple way to show support for a worthy cause.
Commander Simon Cannell, RAN, Rachel Muller and her husband Commander Max Muller, CSM, RAN, with Commodore Training, Commodore Michael Rothwell, AM, RAN, show their support in recognising White Ribbon Day during morning tea held to raise money for the White Ribbon Organisation at HMAS Kuttabul.
The partners of men serving at Fleet Headquarters in Sydney were invited as guests of honour to a White Ribbon morning tea, held at HMAS
Kuttabul on 30 July.
White Ribbon pin displayed on a hand as part of International White Ribbon Day.
The Chief of Navy has challenged all Royal Australian Navy members to stand up and be counted in the campaign to stop violence against women.
Published on June 11, 2014 by CAPT Mark Hill (author), POIS Paul Berry (photographer), ABIS Jake Badior (photographer)
CEO of White Ribbon Australia, Ms Libby Davies, presents Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, with a certificate of accreditation confirming the Royal Australian Navy as a White Ribbon Workplace.
Today in a simple ceremony in Canberra the CEO of White Ribbon Australia, Ms Libby Davies, presented a certificate of accreditation to the Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Ray Griggs.
White Ribbon Ambassador, Luke Ablett, discusses with Midshipman Mitchell Hosking (left), Midshipman Jack Bonnor and Officer Cadet Joseph Murphy, his experiences with White Ribbon.
Recently, White Ribbon Ambassadors of the Australian Capital Territory gathered in the Academy Cadet’s Mess at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) to engage with one another and discuss current issues Australia faces in relation to violence against women.
Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Paul Gall, RAN addresses attendees of the White Ribbon Ambassador event hosted at the Sir David Martin Mess, HMAS Penguin.
White Ribbon Ambassadors from across Sydney gathered at HMAS
Penguin last night for an ambassador networking event to discuss the progress of the White Ribbon campaign.
International Women's Day morning tea on HMAS Success. Front, from left: Leading Seaman (LS) Lantry, Able Seaman (AB) Knight and AB Hart
Rear, from left: LS Mullaney, AB Smith, Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Winston and CPO Holmes.
Living Navy Values is a clear and consistent message in HMAS
Success, and it was in that spirit that the ship’s company gathered for a special morning tea to celebrate International Women’s Day.