Finding Political Consensus on Gender-Based Violence, with Representative Brian Fitzpatrick
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, a strong advocate of equal rights, co-led the most recent bipartisan effort in the House of Representatives to reauthorize and update the Violence Against Women Act. In this interview, part of the series “Bipartisan Approaches to Ending Gender-Based Violence,” Representative Fitzpatrick discusses the need for a 360-degree approach to gender-based violence: an approach that addresses the root causes of violence as well as newer forms of violence like cyberstalking, and that encourages greater education, awareness and collaboration between all levels of government.
Representative Brian Fitzpatrick
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