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Men come together to talk about gender violence in Tonga

Men come together to talk about gender violence in Tonga

Updated 11 December 2012, 14:19 AEDT

To mark International Human Rights Day, fifty men gatherered together in Tongatapu to listen six male advocates from the Women and Children Crisis Centre (WCCC).

The Talanoa Session looked at the types of, and reasons for  violence against women and girls, and discussed the various ways in which men could make a difference in trying to eliminate the violence.  Heather Jarvis spoke with one of the male advocates, Tito Kivalu.

Presenter:  Heather Jarvis
Speaker:     Tito Kivalu, Probation Officer with the Ministry of Justice in Tonga
 
 
 

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