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Discussion about issues surrounding domestic violence can sometimes be ill informed, but there are plenty of examples that offer insight.
Inspiring women enlighten some big picture topics. From technology to poverty and faith, there's a wealth of insight in this...
VicHealth has carried out a survey of the Victorian community to find out how people behave when they see violence...
A VicHealth study shows many reports of violence against women were sensationalised and failed to reflect the seriousness of the issue....
Recognise the warning signs of abusive and controlling relationships. Click here to watch the film, produced by Women's Health.
007 star Daniel Craig undergoes a dramatic makeover as he literally puts himself in a woman's shoes. Made by We Are...
'Change Your Ways' features prominent rugby league men and participants sharing their experience of domestic violence.
Actor Patrick Stewart talks about his experience of domestic violence for Amnesty International.
A VicHealth report on bystander action highlights that preventing violence against women starts by speaking up against sexism.
The International Women’s Development Agency asked people to finish the sentence for the '16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence'.
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