The article reports, “The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) has announced a partnership with popular daytime syndicated talk show host and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Phil McGraw. During the show’s Season 9 premiere this past September, Dr. Phil announced a campaign to ‘End the Silence on Domestic Violence,’ and on Wednesday, November 10, Dr.
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The article reports, ” When a 14-year-old displaced girl was raped earlier this year in a busy area of the southern Colombian town of Mocoa, hardly anyone batted an eyelid. In another part of town, meanwhile, two sisters, aged six and 10, can’t sleep and are too scared to leave their home after being sexually assaulted in their neighbourhood.
The article reports, “As part of her two-week Asia-Pacific tour, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was in Australia on Saturday, where she called for increased cooperation between Australia and the U.S. to help drive down violence against women globally, Bloomberg reports.
The article reports, “Eddie Mendez used to think of domestic abuse in its most common form: a man battering a woman. But last year, he was convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence against his male partner and ordered, as part of his probation, to enroll in a program at Chicago’s Center for Domestic Peace.
The article reports, “Each year for Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October the Violence Policy Center releases its report When Men Murder Women.
The article reports, “Historic job protections begin next month for domestic workers in New York. Overtime, paid leave and anti-discrimination provisions are part of a package that could start setting new standards for what some call the most vulnerable job market in every part of the world.