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Defining family violence

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ understandings of family violence recognise that perpetrators are not only intimate partners but can also include any familial or domestic relationship or other relationships of mutual obligation and support, including mothers, fathers, children, aunties, uncles, grandmothers, grandfathers and cousins.

Watch this video from The Feed on SBS – Making them count: Indigenous victims of family violence

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