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Time to reflect, time to connect - a survivor's story

Time to reflect, time to connect - a survivor's story

While being locked in a cupboard by her abusive ex-husband and hearing the banging, shouting and the…
Our Hearts are Heavy as we March – 29th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

Our Hearts are Heavy as we March – 29th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

The silence fell upon the nearly 800-strong crowd of women, men and children as we gathered our…
Starting over is tough, but it’s easier with SOS

Starting over is tough, but it’s easier with SOS

“I shouldn’t be here, but I am. I don’t want the job, but I’m so glad we…
Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

“I’m not trying to impress anybody in the sector, I wanted to get help and make changes…
Intersectionalities in DV and why it matters

Intersectionalities in DV and why it matters

“All forms of violence are an affront to a person’s dignity, and for many people they will…
When we know better, we can do better – training with Orana House

When we know better, we can do better – training with Orana House

On Wednesday 28 August, our Operations Manager Mark O’Hare joined the staff from Orana House refuge as…
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