Only 14 per cent of Australians are likely to do something if they identify a woman being targeted with sexism or disrespectful treatment, research has found.
- Wendy Tuohy
- The Canberra Times
Forty-seven per cent said they could recognise disrespect but would be “unlikely to do something”, and 39 per cent said they would struggle to recognise it at all.
The national agency for the prevention of violence against women, Our Watch, which did research on 2000 people around the country, will launch a campaign today aimed at prompting those who witness disrespectful treatment to…