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'The Rainy Season' book authored by Jill Robinson

This affecting memoir focuses on the lives of two women, Dotey and  her daughter Jess,set in small small town Devonshire in the 1960s, where domestic violence was not a topic ever discussed. There are no refuges or support groups and the police refuse to attend when Jess's mother Dotey is attacked by her father Jack, saying they cannot interfere between husband and wife.

Cricket - Parliamentary X1 v White Ribbon 11 - 4th September 2016

Cricket - Parliamentary X1 v White Ribbon 11

When: 4th September 2016

Where: Headingly, Leeds

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FACTS


In a survey for Amnesty International in  the UK, over 1 in 4 respondents  thought a women was partially or totally responsible for being raped if she was wearing sexy or revealing clothing, and more than 1 in 5 held the same view if a woman had had many sexual partners.

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