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These stories are posted on The RED HEART Campaign's Memorial to Women and Children Lost to Violence.

The Australian Femicide Map is an interactive version of the memorial that allows users to search for victims and read their stories while providing an overview of where violent deaths are taking place.

The map really should show more indigenous victims in the NT and remote WA, SA and Queensland but sadly, the deaths of these women are rarely recorded publicly.

This makes it very hard to trace their killings and that lack of information is the only reason why there are so few victims in these areas of the map.

But the map also offers a broader look at murders and manslaughters in Australia.

If you take the time to peruse the map, you will find it contains the stories of women and children killed by males or females - regardless of the perpetrator's relationship to the victim.

The work is slow going because accuracy is key to its success and that means extensive research of newspaper archives (both online and hard copies) and of coroner and appeal court judgments.

My aim is to record all femicides and child deaths from white settlement to now - no woman or child victim will be left out if I can help it.

However, if someone is keen to undertake this intense project, I am more than happy to provide advice and support to get it off the ground.But I would like them to know that their abuse and threats will not deter me from continuing this important work.I have spent a good two years researching and writing the stories of more than 1100 women and kids lost to violence.I have been inundated with messages from angry strangers telling me I am wrong for not including male victims; I am unnecessarily highlighting male violence to make all men look bad; and I am using the deaths of women and children to push some sort of agenda that involves milking money from taxpayers. All of the work on RED HEART, the memorial and the map is done in my own time and it is paid for out of my own pocket, with a little support from family and friends.I can categorically inform Australia that I do not get any money from governments, businesses, charities or the community.

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