Queensland Greens Senator Larissa Waters speaks at a rally calling for an end to domestic violence in Brisbane.
Queensland Greens Senator Larissa Waters speaks at a rally calling for an end to domestic violence in Brisbane. Sherele Moody

Rally calls for end to domestic violence

LARISSA Waters has urged men to get help for their violent behaviour before more women are killed as a result of family abuse.

Speaking at the Queensland Says Enough anti-domestic violence rally, the Queensland Greens Senator said the community needed to stop blaming women for violence perpetrated against them.

Around 200 people are taking part in the peaceful rally at the Brisbane court precinct.

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About 200 people joined a peaceful rally in Brisbane to call for an end to domestic violence
About 200 people joined a peaceful rally in Brisbane to call for an end to domestic violence Sherele Moody


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