16 Days of Activism, 2018: What #HearMeToo means to central Victoria

Emma D'Agostino
By Emma D'Agostino
Updated July 22 2019 - 2:41am, first published November 23 2018 - 5:00pm
The Centre for Non-Violence's Robyn Trainor and Annie North's Julie Oberin. Picture: DARREN HOWE

THOSE on the front line of the response to violence against women in central Victoria say the global #MeToo movement is empowering those who have experienced abuse to share their stories.

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Emma D'Agostino

Emma D'Agostino

Journalist

Covering general news and Bendigo council.

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