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Thousands of men and women will hold vigils across Australia tonight for murdered comedian Eurydice Dixon, found dead in an inner-Melbourne park.
It comes less than a week after the 22-year-old's body was discovered on Princes Park football field at Carlton North, prompting an outpouring of grief and anger about violence against women.
"We all should be able to walk home, whenever we want, wherever we want, and assume we will make it home safe," the organisers of Monday night's Reclaim Princes Park vigil said on Facebook.
"Our bodies are not there for taking. It is not up to us to keep ourselves safe when we know it's up to men to choose not to inflict violence upon us."
Vigils are expected in Melbourne and regional Victoria, as well as Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart and Launceston on Monday.
Ms Dixon was raped and killed on her way home from a comedy show at the Highlander Bar in the CBD on Tuesday night.
She reportedly sent her boyfriend a message saying "I'm almost home safe" but never made it.
Jaymes Todd, 19, later handed himself into police and was charged with her rape and murder.
The City of Melbourne, state government and police are expected to meet on Monday to discuss community safety following the incident.
"This is a tragic reminder, if we needed any reminding, that violence against women is still a feature of contemporary Victorian society. We shouldn't settle for that," Premier Daniel Andrews told reporters on Sunday.