AWARE is organising a book launch this Friday for Nightingale Songs, described as “the first comprehensive documentation of the experiences of domestic violence survivors in Singapore”.
In Nightingale Songs, survivors of domestic violence share their personal stories. Professionals like counsellors also discuss their involvement in this challenging field and what their experiences have taught them. The diversity of stories in the book shows that this social problem is not limited to any particular class or ethnic group, but cuts across the boundaries of race, religion, education and socio-economic status.
The launch will be accompanied by a discussion panel including survivors of domestic violence and professionals who work with survivors. The event is free but online registration is required.
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