A new report on gender-based violence in PNG by the Lowy Institute, authored by journalist Jo Chandler, sheds further light on the issue of gender-based violence in PNG and praises the Lae Case Management Centre project.

The report, titled Violence against women in PNG: how men are getting away with murder,shares stories of women who have been affected by violence and shows the struggle that they face in accessing justice and services. It also praises the Case Management Centre, calling it “one of the most promising Australian-backed projects”.

The hope, says Ume Wainetti of the PNG Family Sexual Violence Action Committee, is that the Lae CMC will become a training centre, developing skills that can be exported to other centres.

Read the full report.

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