Violence against women, Australia says…

Bernard Toutounji | 14 July 2012

It may seem on face value that Australia is serious about stamping out abuse but I wonder just how serious we really are. While all these sorts of campaigns are of some value they fall into the interesting category of a secular government trying to teach morality.

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