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Helping girls feel safe on the streets at night

Despite movements like Reclaim the Night, which began in Leeds in 1977, women’s night-time safety remains an issue. In Australia, the recent high-profile murders of Aiia Maasarwe, Eurydice Dixon and Jill Meagher in Melbourne illustrate that, as do the responses to a Mission Australia survey.

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