In the Still of the Night: Personal Safety for Women

In the Still of the Night: Personal Safety for Women

Violence against women exists in all cultures, ages, religions, sexual orientations, educational backgrounds and income levels. The World's Women 2010: Trends and Statistics report from the United Nations’ Statistics Division’s reveals these key findings:

Violence against women is a universal phenomenon.

Women are subjected to different forms of violence – physical, sexual, psychological and economic – both within and outside their homes.

Rates of women experiencing physical violence at least once in their lifetime vary from several per cent to over 59 per cent depending on where they live.

In The Still of the Night includes over 100 personal safety tips for women including

How to make your home safe when you are there and when you are not.

Safety tips for travelling in a car, bus, or train

Cruise safety tips for travelling alone or with a group

Safety tips for young women going to college

Tips for protecting yourself online

A former International Flight Attendant, author, professional speaker and coach, Andrea has travelled extensively.  She has witnessed events and has experienced things that have stayed with her. Her experiences have taught her well and she is now on a quest to ‘pay it forward.’ This book is not filled with facts and statistics, charts and graphs but with real- life stories and observations. This book is must for all women from 12-102.

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Series: Moovin4ward Publications
ISBN: 9780578112657
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