• Prayerline is a resource, created by the National Council of Churches in Australia, to encourage prayer and action in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, taking up the hand of friendship offered to others by Australia's Indigenous peoples. It suggests prayer resources to use each day of the campaign.
  • A Liturgy for those Violated by Rape and Abuse. A special service, 9 August 1999, held for women who had suffered rape and abuse, giving them the opportunity to tell their stories within the context of liturgy.
  • A Selection of Prayers. This is a Selection of Prayers from I Will Pour Out my Spirit and Celebrating the Decade
  • Breaking the Silence . . . on violence against women. Churches Together in England: A series of leaflets including a Liturgy resource leaflet with ideas for use in worship in church or with small groups.
  • The courage to tell. Margaret Kennedy (David Gamble and Anne van Staveren): Christian survivers of sexual abuse tell their stories of pain and hope. In this book Churches Together in Britain and Irland challenges the Churches to find the courage to act to protect children and adults. There you also can find ideas for liturgy and worship.
  • 16 - DAY PRAYER CAMPAIGN for the elimination of all forms of violence against women. Women and Gender Commission of the Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, and the Institute of Formation and Religious Studies Student Body.
  • 16 Prayers for the 16 Days of the Campaign. The Church of Scotland Guild Women have come up with the idea of asking all their members to pray at 16.00 every day during the Campaign and have produced short prayers for use at these times.
  • Violence Against Women - Study Material. This is a WFMUCW study & worship material on Violence Against Women, prepared in East Asia.