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Shout NO More to Domestic Violence

For a couple of weeks now domestic violence has taken center stage in the news because of a high profile incident associated with a professional sports figure. 576 more words


SASHA Center + Marygrove College collaborate to discuss Intimate Partner Violence!

On Monday, October 27, 2014 from 6-8pm join us at Marygrove College in the Main Dining Hall of the Madame Cadillac Building to hear a panel of men advocates discuss intimate partner violence. 288 more words


Domestic Violence in the News and in our Books

Domestic violence by NFL players has been everywhere in the news lately. People are outraged, shocked and dismayed. The real shocker is how little the players have been held accountable for their actions. 218 more words

News About Our Books

Violence Against Women - it's common, horrifying, and everyone's business.

Violence against women is more than an issue for police or our legal system to deal with. It is more than the sensationalised stories we hear in the newspapers, and it is more than ‘monsters’ lurking in dark alleyways – it is serious, common and often occurs in the home. 995 more words

Sexual Assault

Melbourne streets: are they safe?

Ellijahna Victoria

A spate of random attacks against women in Melbourne has again raised concerns about safety in the city. But crime experts suggest the apparent spike could be the result of intense media coverage. 690 more words


VicHealth NCAS survey launch

It has been exactly one month since I have last posted, but there’s good reason for it. It has been an emotional and overwhelming time – I have finally made it publicly known that I have experienced sexual violence and the support I have received from everyone has been beyond amazing. 467 more words

Sexual Assault

I was groped, dragged by the hair, bundled into police van: Jadavpur University student - The Times of India on Mobile

A woman student, one of many, physically and sexually assaulted by the police at the prestigious Jadavpur University, recounts her experience. The students were protesting lack of police action against a group of male students who had sexually assaulted a female student. 9 more words