A very brief bullet point list of men and boys’ issues follows.
The thrust of this post is putting names, and case histories, to the statistics of men killed by their partners. You can skip straight to that, below, if you wish (see the list of 78 names, here or below, or jump to the case histories). However, my motivation for addressing this topic is the ratification […]
Bettina Arndt writes a blistering expose on the state of domestic violence politics in Australia and abroad
Erin Pizzey discusses the early turf wars surrounding support strategies for domestic violence victims, and its relevance to today’s discussion.
Despite being a pin-up boy for the White Ribbon movement, Dr. Tanveer Ahmed made the mistake of attempting to discuss some of the contributing factors to male violence.
THERE is too little acknowledgement of the importance of male disempowerment in debates surrounding domestic violence, and discussions about family violence are stuck in the mindset of 1970s radical feminism. Dr. Tanveer Ahmed calls for a more inclusive approach in discussions on this important topic.