Camilla speaks out on violence against women at CHOGM

The Duchess of Cornwall has called on every person in the Commonwealth to take "personal responsibility" for ending violence against women and the laws that discriminate against them. Camilla, who has campaigned on the issue of domestic abuse for years, said whether we know it or not every everyone will have met someone who has suffered at the hands of a partner. Watching in the audience at the event in Kigali hosted by Commonwealth Secretary-General Baroness Scotland was the prime minister's wife Carrie Johnson, who is also attending events at the CHOGM.

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