If you mean an academical text (meaning, for instance GED/TOEFL and the likes) you don´t cite the "crude/gory details", then where you cited "robberies/thefts and sexual abuse" you would replace that by "violence in general". Just a suggestion, though, since I don´t know if you wanted a colloquial/informal writing. Anyway, if you do that, it´s like you are making some comment on the war on Syria section of Liveleak or something.
In such academic, or at least not overly informal it´s not advisable to keep generalizing. This way, instead of "violence is very common in Brazil" (which can be some perception of yours, to a greater or lesser degree due to one´s experience, region, neighbourhood etc...). To specify it a bit, I stated that it (violence) is "widespread throughout all levels of society". With that, I somewhat meant
all kinds of violence, corruption would be a kind of violence that would be all-encompassing. The same happens to your example, the one of domestic violence. Wich might include some woman treating her partner bad, and worse still, a child learning by osmose (seeing their folks arguing, and in this case, it doesn´t matter who is right or not.
Again, you talk about "respect" but not in a specific way, one gets thinking "what kind of respect?" or what is respect? I tried to specify it a tad, by defining that it can be the principle of treating others like you would like to be treated.
With the word "endure" it may mislead the reader to think that many women may suffer their misery for as long it might happen. I preffer to say "cope with", but certainly there will be more strong ways to say that without sanctioning it. And we want to express precisely that, disapproval.
It's needful that there are love in the world to combat violence.
"It´s needful that" isn´t a good expression, "it´s imperative that" is a better choice of words.
and by affirming that it´s imperative that love be a component of our lives or of our country´s mores, doesn´t explain how and what kind of love (along with other likely specifities of the word "love" there.) That´s why I went on to explain it further, letting the reader know that love is not only to react to negative facts, this specifies how love should work in the current context.
When we produce a text we try to think as if we had to explain it to a kid, or to someone that is learning a language right now (Portuguese for example, albeit we are writing in English, but the strategy holds just the same.) Hence my insisting with being careful with details, as in the case of the words "respect" and "love" that we have just discussed above.
Good luck with your studies. Keep up the good job.