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PNG tribes make progress to end violence against women | Radio New Zealand News

25.1.17

PNG tribes make progress to end violence against women | Radio New Zealand News: "Mekeo chiefs are participating and actually encouraging women to stand up for their rights. End of last year they organised rallies in the Mekeo villages. Women came together. They've now imposed 200 kina fines on anyone who is drunk, swearing and abusing women on the road. That's just one example of what we are seeing but we still have a lot of work to do."


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