AAFDA (Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse)
This film is about giving a voice to those not usually heard. It is about raising the status of victims of domestic homicide and their families. Victims of fatal domestic abuse often had great difficulty in getting others to understand the hugely compromised circumstances of their lives. After homicide, their families also struggle to be heard as the criminal justice system puts the needs of the state above those of the families. This film describes how families ensure their voices are heard and through these voices, the victim's perspective is channelled.
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