So far this year, 41 women in Australia have died as a result of violence against women. It’s a figure higher than terrorism in this country, and one that we’re struggling to deal with as a society.
The ABS’s Personal Safety Survey, last carried out in 2012, showed that one in six women and one in twenty men have been subject to domestic violence by their partner.
We hear from a female perpetrator and a man who has been abused by his wife for more than two decades.
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