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Treat all people with dignity, equality and respect.

This truth seems to be self-evident, however the past weeks have shown us how spectacularly short of the mark too many men in positions of power, including elected leaders and their advisers, have landed.

The incidents that have been making recent media headlines are not isolated – violence against women endures in many forms across our community.

It happens in the streets, on our buses and trains, in workplaces and behind the closed doors of people’s homes.

It happens to women from all walks of life, at any age, at any time.

With increased focus on these issues in recent years, you’ve probably heard some of the shocking realities before.

One woman a week is murdered, one in four will…



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