READERS of The Courier are being asked to put their face to the campaign against family violence.
On Monday, November 25, The Courier will publish a special edition highlighting the community's unification to change attitudes to family violence.
Readers can send "selfies" of their faces by downloading The Courier's free iPhone and Android apps and send a image to put you face to the campaign against violence.
Just click on the assignment button and upload a picture of yourself in support
of the campaign.
Alternatively, use Instagram by adding the hashtag #whiteribbon and mentioning @ballaratcourier when uploading a selfie.
Or, simply email your selfie to kim.Quinlan@fairfaxmedia.com.au.
Pictures submitted will feature in the special edition which will coincide with White Ribbon Day and will be a major signpost of The Courier's ongoing It's Up to Us campaign.
Editor of The Courier Andrew Eales said the campaign was growing considerable momentum in the community.
"It's important that we continue to talk about the impact of family violence and what our community do to raise awareness," Mr Eales said.
"We're asking readers to send us their pictures in support of the campaign to present the depth of community commitment in the special edition.
"Hundreds of people have signed the oath against violence through thecourier.com.au since the start of the It's Up to Us campaign and we think this is another great avenue to continue this community-led push."