What is domestic violence?

A symposium on women and abuse at home

Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior, displayed by a person living in a domestic setup, where they physically and mentally harm (or threaten to harm) a person within the household. It is one of the most common forms of violence experienced by women, across the world.

Watch White Swan Foundation’s presentation on understanding domestic violence, and why we must give this issue importance. This presentation was recorded as a part of the symposium, on the topic of women and abuse at home, hosted by White Swan Foundation on 9th September, 2020.

You can watch a recording of the live session here:

A symposium on women and abuse at home
What is domestic violence?

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