Many in the ultra trail community will know of Kirrily Dear and her work with Run Against Violence, an organisation she co-founded that uses sporting activities as a conduit for educating and engaging communities in family violence prevention.Read More
TWO Tamworth women will participate in an awareness run to give the silent victims of domestic violence the courage to raise their voice.Read More
From Barrier Daily Truth (Broken Hill)
A run to promote awareness of Family Violence will start in the city and organisers are looking for local support.
Solo ultra marathon runner Kirrily Dear will begin a 19-day, 1300km run in Broken Hill, in August. The marathon has been organised by Run Against Violence, which Kirrily co-founded.
from Canowindra News
Ultramarathon runner Kirrily Dear is heading to Canowindra in September to raise awareness about domestic violence.Read More
From Lithgow Mercury
Inspirational ultra-marathon runner Kirrily Dear is preparing to step out for children who have been the victims of family violence.
Kirrily will pass through out region during her 19 day journey from Broken Hill to Sydney in September.Read More
Kirrily Dear and her Run Against Violence team are set to embark on their second Ultra Marathon to raise awareness about Family and Domestic Violence.Read More
NBN News Central Coast
It’s a long drive from Broken Hill to Sydney but imagine running it. One Central Coast local will be taking on the challenge next year, with the aim of raising awareness of family violence.Read More
An ultra marathon runner is determined to raise awareness of domestic violence in rural communities by undertaking an 860 km run through NSW.Read More
by Kirrily Dear
It was a long and winding road that led to me running almost a thousand kilometres to help break the silence around domestic violence. From that experience, I learned one simple thing: each of us has the power to create change.Read More
Rouse Hill Courier
by Andrew Brown
For most people, the idea of running a marathon is a daunting enough prospect. But for Kirrily Dear, she ran the equivalent of 20 marathons in 12 days in 2014.Read More
by Kate Dzienis
A new 25-minute documentary will be taking to the big screens across Australia from this month, raising a topic so many still cannot bear to talk about – domestic violence.Read More
by Belinda-Jane Davis
HEART-WRENCHING stories in a documentary about one woman’s journey through western NSW to help stop violence against women has rocked the Hunter to its core.Read More
At 4.30am on the fifth day of her 850km run to raise awareness of domestic violence, ultramarathon runner Kirrily Dear opened her email to find a message from a woman who was unable to walk as a result of domestic abuse.Read More