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Perpetrators of violence against Aboriginal people are most often other members of the Aboriginal community such as spouses, relatives, or friends of the victim, and as such, victimization among Aboriginal people in Canada is often regarded as a mirror image of Aboriginal offending. In 2012, 17% of all women and 5% of men had experienced violence by a partner since the age of 15. (1999) Femicide: An overview of major findings, No. (2015) Everyday sexism: Australian women’s experiences of street harassment, The Australia Institute, Canberra. In the 2012 Personal Safety Survey, 13% of women in this age group reported having experienced violence by a man in the last 12 months. (2015), see note 2; and Woodlock, D., Healey, L., Howe, K., Mc Guire, M., Geddes, V.