Jill Meagher at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
A social media movement that prompted 30,000 people to march through Melbourne in memory of Jill Meagher has come together again.
Users of Facebook, Twitter and even bloggers are widely promoting a peace march this Sunday to honour the murdered woman and other victims of violence.
Artist and photographer Philip Werner, who started last year's giant peace rally with a single online post that went viral, says he is not sure what kind of turnout to expect 12 months later.
The anniversary march - to be held on Sunday at noon starting on Sydney Road and Moreland Road in Brunswick - will be an opportunity for people to come together in ''peaceful defiance'' and ''do something positive'' once again, Werner said.
Meagher, 29, had been walking home from an inner-city Brunswick bar when she was raped, murdered and buried in a shallow grave. AAP