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#Enough: Ballarat students tackle domestic and gender-based violence

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Updated June 11 2024 - 6:43pm, first published 5:44pm
Students from every Ballarat secondary college came together to tackle the issue of domestic violence including (back) Ivy Clark (Ballarat Grammar), Olivia Parnell (Loreto College), Oscar Hines (Mt Clear College), Isabella Koros (Mt Rowan Secondary College), James Burton (Woodmans Hill Secondary College), Jett De Livera (St Patrick's College), (middle) Elise (Ballarat High School), Lucy Yates (Ballarat Clarendon College), Paris Govan (Damascus College), (front) Allysa Speirs (Yuille Park Community College), Charlie Peters (Phoenix P-12 Community College), Elouise Bartlett (Ballarat Christian College). Picture by Adam Trafford
Students from every Ballarat secondary college came together to tackle the issue of domestic violence including (back) Ivy Clark (Ballarat Grammar), Olivia Parnell (Loreto College), Oscar Hines (Mt Clear College), Isabella Koros (Mt Rowan Secondary College), James Burton (Woodmans Hill Secondary College), Jett De Livera (St Patrick's College), (middle) Elise (Ballarat High School), Lucy Yates (Ballarat Clarendon College), Paris Govan (Damascus College), (front) Allysa Speirs (Yuille Park Community College), Charlie Peters (Phoenix P-12 Community College), Elouise Bartlett (Ballarat Christian College). Picture by Adam Trafford

Community sentiment has been shifted many times before - think campaigns to wear seatbelts, the drive to cut smoking rates, the push to wear sunscreen and avoid a tan.

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