Partnering with the Australian Federal Police (the AFP), on all of our campaign materials and campaign film, we featured their 131-237 hotline to report. In the Gold Coast, It’s a Penalty’s campaign materials were distributed in 50 participating hotels and 30 bars/pubs – reaching an incredible number of tourists and local residents. During the Commonwealth Games, we also engaged with participating athletes, as 10,000 campaign wristbands and informative leaflets with #knowthesigns were distributed in GC2018 welcome packs. Our campaign film was also shown in all Games venues and in 11 Village Cinemas across Australia throughout April. To deliver an outstanding campaign, we partnered with three locally-based NGOs: A21 Australia, Bravehearts and Red Frogs. Together with these organisations, and thanks to the support of the organizers of the Games, It’s a Penalty had a marquee inside Carrara Stadium, manned by a team of 20 trained volunteers. At the It’s a Penalty marquee, our team interacted with thousands of people about the issues and encouraged them to #knowthesigns of abuse and exploitation, as well as to report anything suspicious.