Kirrily Dear's The Steps Together screens at Orange Regional Museum

RUN AGAINST VIOLENCE: Kirrily Dear travelled from Forbes via Canowindra to Orange and onward to Bathurst and Oberon via Blayney. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 0911pbwalk3
RUN AGAINST VIOLENCE: Kirrily Dear travelled from Forbes via Canowindra to Orange and onward to Bathurst and Oberon via Blayney. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 0911pbwalk3

To travel more than 1000 kilometres on land is a slow process which should incorporate as many snack breaks as possible, particularly if it’s on foot.

Kirrily Dear set out and achieved a run of 1300 kilometres from Broken Hill to Sydney to give a voice to the child victims of family violence.

The co-founder of Run Against Violence travelled through Orange in September last year, where her and her team engaged with community groups and schools to remove the stigmas that prevent people asking for help.

The not-for-profit organisation has launched a documentary following the team’s journey across NSW.

The Steps Together documentary will be screened on May 18 at 6pm at the Orange Regional Museum.

Tickets to the free screening can be arranged via @runagainstviolence Facebook page or by contacting Ms Paterson on 0407 676 052.