Scots speak out about domestic violence

High profile Scots are speaking out against domestic violence, as part of an international campaign.

Singer Annie Lennox, breakfast TV presenter Lorraine Kelly and Olympic gold medal-winning sailor Shirley Robertson are all backing 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence, which runs until 10 December. The international campaign was founded by the Women’s Global Leader Institute in 1991.

Comments by the celebrities highlight domestic violence, and give their own thoughts on the subject.

The 16 days campaign is supported by the Scottish executive.

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