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On 15 March many women and their allies attended March4Justice rallies around Australia. It was an historic day of reckoning: recognition of past, current and ongoing violence against women. Many victims of violence, their supporters and advocates were there calling for justice. The response from the incumbent government has gaslighting, denial and threats. Instead ofContinue reading “March4Justice”
Coercive control refers repeated patterns of psychological, emotional, financial and/or technology-enabled abuse that can be difficult to ‘see’. It is highly gendered, meaning that women experience coercive control from their intimate partners more often than do men. The case of Hannah Clarke shows coercive control as a pattern of behaviours that build over time. HannahContinue reading “Shining a Light on Coercive Control”
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