More Than Half Of Murdered Women Are Killed By An Ex Or Current Partner

Rhiannon Evans interviews Karen Ingala Smith for Grazia
The Femicide Census is dedicated to the women killed by men in 2018 © Femicide Census
The Femicide Census is dedicated to the women killed by men in 2018 © Femicide Census

Karen Ingala Smith tells Grazia magazine that addressing men’s violence against women in a piecemeal way will not bring about a reduction in men’s violence against women.  Women are dying and until politicians focus on creating real change and ambitious engagement with tacking sex inequality, rather than winning votes with virtue-signalling soundbites, women will continue to be harmed and killed.

Read the full article at graziadaily.co.uk

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