"A national disgrace" is how Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull describes the domestic violence epidemic racking the country.
In the past year, more than 60 women have been killed, and a staggering one in four women has experienced domestic violence from an intimate partner.
The government has pledged $100m to stop violence against women, but is it enough and will it go anywhere near what is needed to repair a massively overloaded and broken system?
101 East examines why domestic violence touches so many Australian women - talking to victims, perpetrators and those on the frontline of the crisis.
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Source: Al Jazeera