Monthly Archives: April 2012

Reporting to the Attorney-General: I was incredibly apprehensive about the legal system

To be a victim of crime is to have your faith in the community severed. It is shattering. Devastating. When a taxi driver chose to rape me, instead of drive me home safely, he destroyed not only my life and … Continue reading

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Reporting to the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women

On Thursday the Australian Human Rights Commission, AWAVA and VicHealth hosted a non-governmental round table on Violence Against Women as part of the UN Special Rapporteur, Dr Rashida Manjoo’s, study tour of Australia. I was lucky enough to be invited … Continue reading

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