Preventing violence against women needs greater focus on perpetrators, Our Watch says

This article contains reference to violence against women, including domestic, family and sexual violence

Violence against women is a problem of epidemic proportions in Australia, and one that is overwhelmingly perpetrated by men, Our Watch says.

  • Emma Brancatisano
  • SBS

Preventing violence against women in Australia requires systemic changes and a greater focus on overwhelmingly male perpetrators, the nation’s leading organisation for the prevention of violence against women and children says.

In its updated guidelines, Our Watch calls for essential actions to address the gendered drivers of violence that go beyond individual behaviours, along with…

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