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“You can’t watch me 24/7. When you least expect it I'm going to lock you all in this house and I want to burn the house down”

Arman Abrahimzadeh grew up witnessing his dad’s violence against his mum . At first, he didn’t question his dad’s behaviour. But then came that threat.

Jan Fran and Marc Fennell look into the issue of domestic and family violence and violence against women. Is an app the answer to help prevent harassment and abuse? Zoe Condliffe is working to document sexual harassment and abuse, turning stories into hard data.

Arman and his sisters created the Zahra Foundation which provides financial education and small funding grants to women so they can escape an abusive partner, build confidence, and regain control over their lives.

If you want someone to talk to:

1800RESPECT- (1800 737 732) National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling and information referral service, available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Lifeline 24-hour telephone crisis support 13 11 14

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 Featured guests:

Zoe Condliffe, Founder of She’s a Crowd

Arman Abrahimzadeh, co founder of the Zahra Foundation 

 

By
SBS
Presented by
Marc Fennell, Jan Fran
Published on
Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 09:45
File size
45.7MB
Duration
28 min 31 sec

credits:

 Lead producer: Sarah Mashman

Consultant: Lea Redfern

Editorial oversight: Fiona Williams

Research: Cheyne Anderson and Pauline Ernesto

Engineer: Jeremy Wilmot

Theme composer: Simeon Bartholomew