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Tarang Chawla's story Blues Foundation Ambassador Tarang Chawla speaks about his involvement with the Blues Foundation in the lead-up to this weekend's annual CARLTON RESPECTS game. Head to to learn more.

Be #MoreThanASpectator and make your pledge!

As the ‘16 Days of Activism’ enters its second week, the Carlton Football Club is urging all its members and supporters to make a pledge and help end violence against women.

With your help, the Club is aiming to create as much awareness as possible for this important campaign, and aims to reach 500 pledges, so make sure you click here and sign your name.

Carlton’s AFLW team has been showing its support via social media, by using the hashtag #MoreThanASpectator and #CarltonRespects.


On Tuesday 5 December, the Club’s work in gender equality for the prevention of violence against women will be recognised. The UN Women National Committee Australia is using Carlton as a case study at its report launch event in Sydney, about how workplaces can respond to domestic and family violence. 

Our Watch nominated the Club for its work in this area and is proud of what it has achieved so far.


16 Days of Activism, which originated from the first Women’s Global Leadership Institute in 1991, links to the Club’s work around CARLTON RESPECTS and gender equality. Both campaigns are synonymous with the colour orange – representing a future free from violence against women and girls. 

If you or someone you know experience family violence help is available:

In an emergency, call 000.

Call 1800 RESPECT – 1800 737 732 or visit

The national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service. 24/7 phone and online services.