i like email chatting but i think phone will be much better and convinient than email.About me: Like writting to people to share and know more about them and thire country. I am looking for down to earth women who can understand and share her ideas, thougts, and feelings.PNG policewoman Rachel Pinda, who has been serving on an AFP placement in the Northern Territory, agreed that cultural norms prevented women from seeking help."They are very strong-willed women but most of them, who are married to those such men, they feel in fear," she said."I think it's because of the way we were brought up to respect men, and the customary thing within it too, even educated women with the fear inside them, that 'my husband's going to this and that and that' or it'll be a disgrace to my family if I report that, it's just these things that they still believe in." Gender-based violence in Australia is nowhere near the proportions of Papua New Guinea, but still alarmingly high, with a third of women having experienced physical violence, and one fifth experiencing sexual assault.But in Australia, domestic violence law is enforced, and abuse is not condoned by society or viewed as the man's right.Becouse I'm down to earth person and can share or do whatever you want.
We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.Two female police officers working on domestic violence prevention in Papua New Guinea and Australia have swapped countries, and have been surprised by the laws and culture that dictate domestic violence patterns on the other side.Australian Federal Police (AFP) Officer Michelle Harris is working in Papua New Guinea, while her counterpart, Rachel Pinda, has just finished an AFP funded placement with the Northern Territory Police in Australia, working with their Sexual Offences Unit.And what happens if someone uses the matches to harass an ex-girlfriend, an ex-husband or a friend's mother?Gee, you look familiar" data-reactid="25"Gee, you look familiar Eddie Arenas said when his company's "Face Match" feature went live in June.