" "As men we need to stand up to violence against women and say No, I pledge
> to never Commit, Condone or be Silent about violence against women and I
> urge others to follow. We must work together to end a culture that accepts
> this behaviour and make women feel safe and free from ill treatment, as the
> younger generation we must stamp out these actions within our society."
Amir Khan,WBA World light welterweight champion
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