Speak Out

What is
speaking out

By prompting an individual to rethink their behaviour or through setting an example for others to follow, preventing violence against women and children can start with one voice, your voice.

Speak out to raise awareness and educate yourself regarding why this issue exists.

Why should you speak out

                                

1 in 5 women


have experienced sexual violence

1 in 4 women


have experienced physical or sexual violence from a current or former partner

1 woman dies a week


on average at hands of former partner with recent data suggesting it may be more like 2 women a week

every 2 minutes


police get called to a domestic violence incident

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