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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen highlights the current lack of support for male domestic violence victims

February 19, 2016
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Male victims of domestic violence: a hidden battle In 2009, when a significant amount of Australian data sources concluded that one in three victims of family violence are male, the One in Three Campaign was established. Senior Researcher Greg Andresen highlights the current lack of support for male victims, the difficulties faced with raising...
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Posted in Australia, Discrimination, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Against Men in the Military, Discrimination Men by Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Greg Andresen | No Comments »

NCFM Austrailian Liaison Greg Andresen and coalition of men’s health advocates letter expose White Ribbon Campaign ethical violations

April 14, 2014
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Domestic violence study suspended by UNSW for breach of ethics An online ‘domestic violence study’ has been ordered offline by the University of NSW Human Research Ethics Committee. Flyers published by the survey organisers have been ordered destroyed. The study, being conducted by the Gendered Violence Research Network, White Ribbon Australia and Youth Action NSW,...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Australia, Boys, Feminist Hypocracy, Greg Andresen, Myths | 2 Comments »

NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen quoted in “When men become victims” of abuse

January 7, 2014
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''Reactionary, traditionalist, conservative, chauvinist, wanting to put women back in the kitchen, like I'm some sort of right-wing homophobic misogynist woman-hater who wants to take away everything feminism has achieved..."not.
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Posted in Abused Man, Action, Activism, Australia, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Double Standard, Greg Andresen, International | 2 Comments »