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Liz Ely, “Three ways a citizen’s income could help prevent men’s violence against women”

Liz Ely argues that although BIG ‘by itself would end gender inequality or prevent violence against women’, first ‘it could prevent financial abuse’; secondly ‘it could support women to leave abusive relationship’; and thirdly ‘it could prevent commercial sexual exploitation’. She is a feminist comedian and activist based in Edinburgh.

Liz Ely, “Three ways a citizen’s income could help prevent men’s violence against women,” A blog from Zero Tolerance. 3 Feb 2015.

Toru Yamamori

About Toru Yamamori

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Toru Yamamori is a professor at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.

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