Carrie went on to pull out some shocking statistics, revealing that in 2018 alone, 57 women have been killed.
"Just this month, at least 10 women have been killed at the hands of violent perpetrators. Six of them in just five days," she said to the camera.
"Sure these murders have been shown on news bulletins, but they haven't got the whole country talking. 57 women have been murdered this year."
"Is it just that we’ve become so used to women dying through violence that we’ve run out of words?" Carrie asked.
The Project went on to show the images of some of the women who have lost their lives this year - 57-year-old Kristie Powell, 46-year-old Gayle Potter, 32-year-old Nicole Cartwright, 43-year-old Erana Nahu and 24-year-old Toyah Cordingley.
Carrie points out that the data The Project used for the segment was taken from an organisation called Counting Dead Women Australia, saying that though they do an incredible job, it's heartbreaking that there's a need for it to exist in Australia.
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