DV victims’ families push for new laws
If murdered dentist Preethi Reddy understood what coercive control was, she would still be alive.
That is what Dr Reddy’s sister Nithya believes, and it’s why she is among a coalition of advocates, which also includes the family of Hannah Clarke, pushing for Australia to criminalise the behaviour.
On Monday the coalition comprised of six organisations, including Women’s Safety NSW, White Ribbon Australia and Small Steps 4 Hannah, launched a six month campaign aiming to warn women about the dangers of coercive control and lobby governments to act.
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