Every woman lost is one too many

May 11 2024 - 8:00am
The message is loud and clear from the University of Wollongong. Picture supplied
The message is loud and clear from the University of Wollongong. Picture supplied

Every day, in Australia and other parts of the world, the sun rises to the news of women's lives taken by gender-based violence, often perpetrated by their intimate partner or someone close to them. And behind each statistic lies a heartbreaking truth: with every life taken, we lose not just a number but someone's daughter, mother, wife, sister or a friend, someone's teacher, an inspiring researcher, a potential inventor or an engaged community healer.

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