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Stop the Violence

Friday 24th November / presented by Simon Beaton

We speak with Minister for Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence,  Simone McGurk , about the upcoming 16 days in WA acknowledging the ever rising issue of gender based, sexual and domestic violence.

If you or someone you know is experiencing violence or abuse, you can contact 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or through online chat.

For 16 days WA will be flushed with orange lights to symbolise our pledge to stop violence and raise awareness.

METRO LANDMARKS LIGHTING UP TO STOP VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

– Bell Tower (November 25)
– Perth Stadium (November 25 – December 10)
– Perth Arena (November 25 – December 10)
– Crown Metropol (November 25 – December 10)
– Doubleview Water Tower (November 25 – December 10)
– Elizabeth Quay (November 25 – 26)
– City of Belmont Civic Centre (November 25 – December 10)
– His Majesty’s Theatre (November 25 – December 10)
– King Edward Memorial Hospital (November 25 – December 10)
– Old Mill, South Perth (November 25 – December 10)
– Parliament House (November 23 – December 1)
– State Theatre Centre of WA (November 25 – December 10)
– University of Notre Dame (November 25 – December 10)
– WA Shipwrecks Museum, Fremantle (November 25- December 10)

Produced with the assistance of the Department of   Communications and the Arts via the   Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at  www.cbf.org.au.

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