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One Punch Can Kill campaigners give up on young adults

There is no hope of educating young adults about the effects of violence in bars, clubs and on the street.

This is why organisers behind the One Punch Can Kill campaign aim their anti-violence message at younger students, in hopes of changing the culture of violence.

The One Punch Can Kill campaign is an initiative of the Queensland Homicide Victims Support Group.

The campaign was established in 2007 following the death of Queensland teen Matthew Stanley, 15, who suffered a brain injury after a violent attack outside a Brisbane home in 2006.



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