Call Me Dad – Can a violent man change?

Call Me Dad is a transformative documentary about men who have perpetrated or are at risk of perpetrating family violence.

As Australia grapples with an epidemic of domestic violence, Call Me Dad, puts an uncompromising spotlight on voices that are rarely heard – the male perpetrators of family violence. For the first time anywhere in the world, cameras have been allowed to film inside a men’s behaviour change program.

The film follows the stories of three men over four months – all fathers and perpetrators of family violence – as they attempt deep and lasting changes and behaviours towards the people they love. At stake is the safety of women and children, the stability of families, and the power we as a society have to intervene. Come and join us to raise awareness and be part of the conversation about how we can all play a part in addressing domestic violence.

This event is a Nowra DV Committee – White Ribbon Working Party. The event is sponsored by Armitage Security and catering is provided by Domino’s Pizza Nowra.

This event is a White Ribbon Event and this documentary is endorsed by White Ribbon. The event raised $162.00 for White Ribbon

Read about the event https://www.southcoastregister.com.au/story/5592353/committee-wants-open-conversation-on-family-violence/