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Violence is the intentional threat or actual use of physical force or power against oneself, another person, or a group, that results in injury, death, psychological harm, abnormal growth or deprivation.
Almost 2 in 5
Australian women have experienced violence since the age of 15.
In 2016, for women aged 18 or over (ABS 2017):
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