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Domestic Violence Statistics: What Does Domestic Violence Cost?

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Domestic Violence the silent epidemic 


Domestic Violence Statistics: What Does Domestic Violence Cost?

Domestic violence statistics are sobering. The issue is often hidden from view, but it is a health care problem with a very visible financial impact—costs to society run in the billions of dollars every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


48 Australian women have been killed from this year three last week.when will it end?



AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE AUSTRALIAN LAW REFORM COMMISSION REPORT 114 AND

 NEW SOUTH WALES LAW REFORM COMMISSION REPORT 128: FAMILY VIOLENCE – 

A NATIONAL LEGAL RESPONSE FINAL REPORT THAT RECOMMEND UNILATERAL ACTION BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT










NO JUSTICE FAMILY COURT AUSTRALIA REABUSING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS

In 2012, approximately 5000 women in Victoria used the services of the Salvation Army Domestic Violence Outreach Services. Of those 5000 women it is estimated that most of the services were for women and children escaping violence. After two years, 350 of those service users were randomly selected to see where they are now.


Family Violence Royal Commission Recommendation
1. Violence of any type needs to be recognized and should become a specialized legal area. Education and understanding is the key.







FINANCIAL ABUSE THE HIDDEN EPIDEMIC IN FAMILY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


When people think of abuse, what comes to mind is usually physical abuse, followed by sexual, emotional or psychological abuse. Financial, or economic, abuse is another way batterers control their partners to keep them in a relationship. It’s a very powerful form of abuse that, like other types of abuse, often begins subtly and progressives over time.
full article Here






Human Rights of Children not addressed at Family Court Australia


Family Consultants and the Family Court deliberately ignore the requests of children about their lives and where they want to live. Victims of Family Domestic Violence are re abused by the system, and children are being given to perpetrators of Family Domestic Violence on a full-time basis. Please read about my victim input with children and the family court of Australia in other blogs. I found this article on the internet. It is now 2015 and still not occurring. When will our children have a voice?

One Family domestic violence victim recently lost her children to a perpetrator of 12 years of violence, even though he had previously assaulted the children. Just only two weeks ago he assaulted his son with special needs. Is there any justice in Family Court of Australia for Children and their Human rights?

Full Article Here


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Abuse comes in many shades 
"fifty shades"



Let's make this happen if you give a Dam, and care about Domestic violence, Sexual Violence, PTSD and abuse then please sign and share Michelle Obama has signed, The Billion Women against violence has signed so have many other end violence organizations. We would love to make this happen to coincide with the The Orange The World Day against violence in 2016 https://www.change.org/p/world-wide-leaders-presidents-prime-ministers-for-the-survivors-victims-of-abuse-sexual-violence-suffer-through-out-our-world-we-need-change-now-we-need-a-world-wide-memorial-day-to-remember-those-who-lost-their-lives-to-domestic-sexual-abuse?recruiter=326657032&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&rp_sharecordion_checklist=control
 

 

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