Our Laws Need To Address Domestic Violence Murders
Isabel Chung, Research and Advocacy Officer, WAO
You can share this podcast by copying this HTML to your clipboard and pasting into your blog or web page.
Murder cases resulting from domestic violence are far from uncommon, but the fact that our laws don't recognise murder as a form of domestic violence means that these cases can't be tracked so that action can be taken to address this disturbing problem. We speak with Isabel Chung from WAO to find out more.
Image Source: Michelle Ding, Unsplash
Produced by: Loo Juosie
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lee Chwi Lynn
This and more than 60,000 other podcasts in your hand. Download the all new BFM mobile app.
Categories: Politics, Social Issues, law & legal matters
Tags: Evening Edition, Social Issues, Domestic Violence, Gender-Based Violence,