Safe Space For Women

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“Violence against women has been described by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a violation of human rights and a public health epidemic” (Cullen et al. 2018, p. 3). The Australian Bureau of Statistics has reported that 40% of women experience domestic violence in their lifetime, physical and sexual abuse being main acts of violence. (ABS 2012)

Children, teenagers and adult women have all been victims of violence with age not being a barrier. Police deal with domestic violence every two minutes (The National Domestic Violence Hotline, 2016), women seeking support usually reach out to family and friends (ABS 2017), and only 18% of women harassed in the workplace sought advice and support (AHRC 2018)

The future of the safety of women has to be helped, and that’s what my project aims to do. At least help as many people as possible that are suffering and continuing to make the…

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