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‘It doesn’t have to end here’: ACT anti-domestic violence campaign unveiled | Canberra Times

September 24, 2016
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‘It doesn’t have to end here’: ACT anti-domestic violence campaign unveiled | Canberra Times

A woman's legs splay motionless on the floor, a man in dress shirt and tie slumps face-down on the ground, a young boy lies sprawled at the bottom of a staircase, police knock at a front door. It doesn't have to end here. That's the message behind a p...
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Anti-violence group slams ‘sexist’ Human Rights Commission decision

September 19, 2016
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Anti-violence group slams ‘sexist’ Human Rights Commission decision

Media release - for immediate release - Monday September 19th 2016 Anti-violence group slams ‘sexist’ Human Rights Commission decision The One in Three Campaign, Australia’s key advocacy organisation for male victims of family viole...
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The shame of being a male victim of domestic violence | The Sunday Age

September 3, 2016
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The shame of being a male victim of domestic violence | The Sunday Age

Kathy Evans Tim* was at low ebb when he met Rose*. His younger sister had recently taken her own life and his parents had split up. Rose, at least initially, made him feel good about life again. At 23, Tim became a father. During the pregnancy...
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Men are also victims of domestic abuse | Corrine Barraclough | The Daily Telegraph

August 30, 2016
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Men are also victims of domestic abuse | Corrine Barraclough | The Daily Telegraph

White Ribbon Australia is currently promoting its “Walk a mile” campaign to be held on September 2. Its social media posts say this fundraising incentive is “to get the...
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Vested interests ‘have taken over domestic violence debate’: Leyonhjelm | Bettina Arndt | The Australian

August 26, 2016
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Vested interests ‘have taken over domestic violence debate’: Leyonhjelm | Bettina Arndt | The Australian

BETTINA ARNDT Columnist @thebettinaarndt Australia’s approach to dealing with domestic violence is “ideologically driven” and ignores women’s participation, says Liberal Democrats senator David Leyonhjelm, who is seeking more ...
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Domestic violence: data shows women are not the only victims | The Weekend Australian Inquirer

August 19, 2016
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Domestic violence: data shows women are not the only victims | The Weekend Australian Inquirer

The University of Queensland’s Kim Halford suggests that perhaps three-quarters of a million children witness both parents engaged in domestic violence. BETTINA ARNDT Columnist @thebettinaarndt Eva Solberg is a Swedish politician, a pro...
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