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A video explaining the concept of coercive control in 23 languages, as SBS airs the documentary 'See What You Made Me Do'. Part of SBS's Settlement Guide.
Here's how different types of violence against women are categorised and the ways you or someone you know can find support.
SBS is committed to giving a voice to all Australians, regardless of gender, geography, age, cultural background or language.
The man - from Sydney's eastern suburbs - has not travelled overseas and is not a frontline health, border, or quarantine worker.
SBS is committed to informing all Australians about the latest coronavirus developments. News and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available in 63 languages.
STREAM FREE: The fourth season of the award-winning drama series can be seen exclusively on SBS and at SBS On Demand. Episode 4 online early!
SBS encourages all Australians to embrace and celebrate a world of difference. Why? Watch this video.
SBS has secured the exclusive free-to-air broadcast rights to the Giro d’Italia until 2025, cementing the network’s place as the home of cycling in Australia.
“It is a social norm that if someone texts you multiple times, they love you so much that they just can’t stop talking to you”.
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'See What You Made Me Do'
"He would have gone to jail and had some of his entitlement taken from him,” say the parents of Hannah Clarke.
Investigative journalist Jess Hill hosts landmark three-part series 'See What You Made Me Do', premiering Wednesday 5 May on SBS, NITV and SBS On Demand.
As SBS airs 'See What You Made Me Do', four women have their say about coercive control, the most common risk factor in the lead up to a domestic violence homicide.
DARVO stands for 'Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender.' Perpetrators often use DARVO to shame victims into believing they are responsible for the abuse.
On Dateline: Kübra Eken was attacked by her husband two days after giving birth. She spent the next five years fighting for justice and her daughter.
To support the issues raised in See What You Made Me Do, SBS offers a range of programming and online content to build greater understanding of domestic abuse.
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It's a feast for film buffs across SBS channels this month.
On Insight: Amie was one of the first Australians to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Almost a year later, she’s still managing the unexpected symptom of hair loss.
Get behind Australia’s very own Montaigne as she competes in the world’s biggest song competition.
In this fresh new series, popular cook Adam Liaw is joined by 2 special guests each night. Together they cook up a variety of dishes for foodies and non-foodies...
There's more than just a missing $16 million necklace at stake in this heist drama that delves into friendships and secrets. Starts June 3 on SBS and SBS On Demand.
There is a lot going on in this series and we think it helps to talk it out at the end of every episode. Join Fiona, Haidee, Sana, and Natalie every week.
SBS Learn – educational resources

SBS Learn is a library of educational resources linked to SBS documentaries, dramas, news & current affairs, sport and other productions aired on SBS and its national Indigenous TV channel NITV. Created especially for teachers and students, SBS Learn hosts resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum. 

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SBS is proud to bring you the UEFA Women's Champions League final LIVE, FREE and in HD on Monday, May 17 from 4:30am (AEST).
Watch Saturday 5 June at 8.30pm AEST. SBS invites Australia to Singalong with Julia Zemiro and Miranda Tapsell in brand new LIVE musical event.
Looking after a kid who's not your son can be hell. Except when his cute teacher thinks you're his dad.
Psychiatrist Dr Kim Le hosts ‘Are You Addicted To Technology?’, an interactive experience - the first of its kind - which will reveal just how dependent you...
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It is the month of Ramadan. My family is Muslim, and what would normally be a time of community building, sharing and reflection, has been overtaken by fear, isolation...
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This poem is extracted from Throat, the new collection by award-winning Mununjali Yugambeh writer Ellen van Neerven.
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