Another woman murdered, the night before White Ribbon Day 2018
We are horrified to learn of the latest, devastating act of gender-based violence in Australia.
Emily Miller, a mother of four children, was found in her home in Geelong after being shot in the stomach in the presence of a convicted criminal who had just been released from jail.
Emily marks the 63rd woman to die at the hand of violence so far this year. Our heart goes out to the family and friends affected by Emily’s death.
Australia has lost far too many women at the hands of violent men. On average, one woman a week is murdered by a current or former partner in Australia.
Men’s violence against women is absolutely abhorrent and we must act together as a community to end all forms of violence and abuse in our community.
We must stand up, speak out and act to end all forms of violence against women and children.
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