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ACFID Resources

  • What does ‘protecting identities’ mean and why is it so important?

  • Privacy law factsheet

    ACFID, 2019

    Discover Australia’s privacy laws and why they are so important.

  • This factsheet examines what is unconscious bias, why it's important and provides an Unconscious Bias Tool.

  • This factsheet discusses storytelling risks, why stories are so important, what the Code says about risks and how to identify t

Other Resources

  • This is the final report from a participatory research study conducted by TEAR Australia and partners in the form of Photovoice. The research aimed to explore, from a lived experience perspective, factors that contribute to or hinder community inclusion for people with psychosocial disability.

  • This manual of indicators and tools is part of a resource kit of materials for tracking the impacts of economic change for women and men in Melanesian communities.

  • The 'Do No Harm' research project found that some women in women’s economic empowerment programs experience an increase in, or commencement of, domestic violence relating to their increased economic independence. IWDA used the research findings to develop a series of practical tools to support organisations working at a community level on women’s economic empowerment programming.

  • The Beyond Consultations tool is designed to support actors to move towards more meaningful engagement with women in fragile and conflict-affected states , in response to feedback that many consultation exercises tend to be extractive, tokenistic and disempowering. The tool enables a self-assessment of current consultation practices and provides a best practice framework to ensure that women and women’s organisations are fully engaged in decision-making processes.