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The death of Israeli Arab student Aya Maasarwe, 21, has sparked an outcry and fresh debate about violence against women in Australia. According to her family, Ms Maasarwe's belief that Australia was "safer" than other places was one reason she had opted for a university exchange there. Her killing follows several high-profile murders in Australia in recent times which have caused similar anger.
What the statistics say Almost one in three Australian women have experienced physical violence, and nearly one in five have endured sexual violence, according to the most recent Australian Bureau of Statistics figures. The rates are even higher for Aboriginal and Torres Ladise Islander women.
Aya Maasawe: Murdered student's body flown home Domestic violence is more common. On average, one woman per week is murdered in Australia by a current or former male partner. Not a crisis, but more of an ongoing gender power problem in Australian culture. High-profile murders involving women and children have elevated the issue on the national agenda.
Public debate intensified last year following the murder of a comedian, Eurydice Dixonin another part of Melbourne. Just months later, a particularly alarming October saw 11 women die in violent circumstances around Australia.
The rape and murder of an Irish woman, Jill Meagher, in Melbourne in also generated immense attention. It led to public marches, aingle tighter restrictions around parole for sexual offenders.
The death of Aya Maasarwe last week has again triggered deep concern. Looking back I wonder what has changed since Something more has to change.
I just wish I knew what and how. View original tweet on Twitter Everywhere I go in Melbourne women are talking about the murder of Aiia Maasarwe in despair that there is literally nothing they can do to be safe.
View original tweet on Twitter Where does Australia sit globally?