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The dangerous abuse caused by Coercive Control – Tonight on INSIGHT

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Tonight on Insight, the program tackles the issue of coercive control.

From monitoring your phone and movements to controlling what you wear, what you eat and who you see, coercive control is an insidious, pervasive and dangerous form of abuse.

Insight explores Intimate Terrorism: what is coercive control and should it be a crime?

Presented by journalist Kumi Taguchi, Insight continues to be Australia’s leading forum for powerful first-person stories and debate.

Insight airs Tuesday, 11 May at 8.30pm on SBS and On Demand

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  1. Coercive Control – an exploration of patriarchal religions and the influence of Headship on family dynamics would be a very interesting discussion. Thanks

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