At least 62 women have been killed this year from violence, according to the Counting Dead Women project run by the feminist organisation Destroy The Joint.
- Michael Salter
- Brisbane Times
Eight more women have been murdered at this point in 2018 compared with 2017.
The people charged with their deaths include their husbands, partners, ex-partners, sons, relatives, acquaintances and strangers.
Sometimes their own children and grandchildren were killed with them.
These murders are the tip of the iceberg of men’s violence against women.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that one in three Australian women…