Television presenter Shelley Ware and former NRL player Scott Prince have joined the Stop it at the Start campaign to encourage mob to talk to youth about respect.
The campaign is now in it’s fourth phase and advocates are calling for everyone to make a pledge to Bring up Respect and teach youth about the importance of respect and how to break the cycle of family and domestic violence.
Ms Ware says the campaign is about community taking on the responsibility of embedding respect into the next generation.
She spoke to NIRS News about the campaign this week.
More information on the campaign can be found at respect.gov.au