In honor of International women day, let's take a look at the current Domestic Violence Facts and Statistic.
Even it's not a fun discussion, we always need to remember to take a look at the good things in life as well as at the bad. Women made a lot of progress but we still have a lot to achieve. Hang2dry want to encourage each and everyone to join the movement and contribute awareness to Domestic violence through anyway you feel comfortable with. Volunteer, Promote, Donate... so many ways to keep improving and help those who are not as fortunate as you....
Domestic violence or the abuse of one partner within a family or in a relationship is one of the most abusive and complicated issue in the society. But DID YOU KNOW THAT it is also one of the major issues that has not been spoken and discussed in the public, in contrast to how important it is to be given action.
This abuse may be of physical, emotional, financial, sexual or psychological manner which can also happen to anyone regardless of their age, gender, religion or nationality.
Considering this is a human rights issue, it is devastating that domestic violence has been kept as a quiet problem. Though there can be many domestic violence researches, somehow the findings for these fail to get a serious attention as per the severity of the problem.
Below are some of the facts and statistics of domestic violence based on reviews and studies which could help raise the awareness for this issue and serve as an eye-opening especially to those that are affected directly or indirectly.
Again, Domestic violence is a crime we must stop. We all have the voice to let people know who and how it affects. Let us play our role in ending this.
Happy international women day! Wishing statistic improves a lot by the time we celebrate this date again on 2017.
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