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Natalie Collins is a gender justice specialist, who speaks, writes and trains on issues of violence against women and wider gender injustice.
In trying to make sense of her own experience of domestic abuse - and the fact that over the course of a lifetime over a quarter of women experience domestic abuse - Natalie began to ask questions about the patriarchal nature of our society (and Church) and how this shapes the way men view women and themselves.
It’s an honest, insightful and challenging conversation.
If you want to learn more about Natalie’s writing, consultancy and activism, then check out her website, and her book Out of Control: Couples, Conflict and the Capacity for Change.
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