Through facilitating and promoting learning opportunities, we share the evidence base for preventing and responding to domestic and family violence and more recently, sexual assault. The National Plan notes that violence is a community problem that requires a whole of community response. However, the evidence base for domestic and family violence is growing rapidly and many people and organisations need to have access to different types of knowledge to support them in their work. Community leaders and frontline workers may want to know more about ways to prevent, recognise, and respond to domestic and family violence. Some professions must have access to specific knowledge to enable them to support victims. We are here to help you learn more about what you need to know about domestic and family violence and sexual assault.