Who is Mickie Zada? What is Surviving Abuse Network? We are part of a growing wave of change…Join us in refusing to accept status quo! Women are not equal in lots of places…but especially not in many of our homes and, certainly, not in the court system. The goal of Surviving Abuse Network is to bring the reality of domestic abuse out of the closet and on to center stage.
New revelations of church abuse must bring justice for victims
Nearly a quarter of married and cohabiting women who took part in a survey said that they had been sexually, psychologically or physically abused by their partner, according to research published in the July issue of the Journal of Advanced Nursing. Researchers who studied the 2, responses found a clear link between abuse and poor health and are calling for policy initiatives to help primary care nurses tackle the problem in a holistic way. Questionnaires were mailed to 7, randomly selected women aged between 18 and 67 in Iceland and 1, married women and cohabiting women 6. Materials provided by Wiley - Blackwell. Content may be edited for style and length.
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Judy Courtin does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. As the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into child abuse looms, Archbishop Denis Hart and three of his bishops have forewarned their Victorian flock of imminent disturbing reports about past failures of the Catholic church in responding to clergy sexual abuse. There has been an equally inadequate response by the Catholic church to the brutal physical assaults on children, which continue to be a source of distress for victims to this day. A few weeks ago in Ballarat, eight men gathered to get help with writing a group submission to the Victorian Inquiry.
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