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Pictured L to R Roy Whybrow, Andrew Hayes, David Smorfitt & Darren Lee-Ross
In Her Shoes relay raises awareness and funds for domestic violence services in the Far North.
The inaugural In Her Shoes relay was held at the Cairns Campus of James Cook University on Friday 28th November 2014, with 12 teams completing an obstacle course in a race against the clock. James Cook University entered a team - known as the JCU BUSA- with team members comprising of Mr Roy Wybrow - Lecturer Governance & Management, Colege of Business, Law & Governance, Mr Andrew Hayes - Alumni and Development Office JCU Cairns Campus, Dr David Smorfitt - Senior Lecturer Accounting, College of Business, Law & Governance and Associate Professor Darren Lee-Ross - Governance & Management. (As per top photo).
The relay race was a fun opportunity for men and boys to raise attention to the serious cases and effects of domestic and family violence within Cairns. The event also raised funds for local support services and was hosted by Cairns Regional Domestic Violence Service as part of the White Ribbon Day and 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence campaigns.
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