Sharing women's knowledge and responses to control tactics in relationships.
Illuminations cards and booklet are for women who have experienced violence and control and for the workers who support them.
The kit includes a booklet and a set of 24 cards. There are 12 control tactics cards and 12 corresponding women's response cards.
The kit is a culmination of lots of conversations and collaboration with women who are reclaiming their lives from domestic violence. Kyabra Community Association has produced these cards out of desire by the women of the Ladies Lounge to share this knowledge of control tactics with other women.
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