The Fight against Domestic Violence
Does it matter how we define domestic violence? No, it doesn’t. Most people already know that it’s a form of abuse and a crime that affects millions of women children, men, class, race, religion, culture, marital status and same-sex relationship across the world every day. Not many people may know how domestic violence forms, how it accurses or how and why it comes out in a person. Domestic violence is a hidden crime that victims are afraid to seek help in. This is a crime that needs more attention. A crime that affect victims and their lives for a longs points of time and this why you need more funding, more organization that can make a change to help these victims from this coercion position that they may be experiencing.
Working together to find funding for our local non-profit organization by talking to local business and talking with congress to try to get as make help and support that we need. We need to know who are victims are and who are the abusers. We need to educate the victims on how they can seek protection. How can we get this hidden crime notice so we can help these victims and give them the support they so desperately need? By getting the help for our local organization need we can do so much and save many victims lives.
So, how do we know who the victims are of domestic violence? Well, domestic violence can happen to any and every one regardless of who you are, what you are, what you believe in, what sexual orientation you are or even if you are married or single. It just doesn't matter. One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime (Safe Horizon, 2013). While the majority of domestic violence victims are women, abuse of men happens far more often than you'd probably think (Help Guide, 2013). Victims who face domestic violence can feel hopeless, desperate, confused, alone, and embarrassed. Victims may not want to tell anyone about their current situation that they are facing...