Move from testimony to action and go. Nearly 250 personalities sign the Forum published on Mediapart and France Inter against sexual and sexual violence. Among the signatories are: Marie Dreyausc and Annie Arnaud, comedians Isabelle Carré, Karin Vayard, Philip Turton, singers Catherine Ringer, Jane Cherell and Arthur The Journalist Rujia Diallo and humorist Guillaume Moris.
This forum, the initiative of the collective #NousToutes, recalled the UN uplifting figures that "one in three women will experience violence in their life." "In France, every day, more than 250 women are raped. One in three women was harassed or sexually assaulted at work. Sixteen percent of the population has been sexually abused as a child, "the UN says.
They demand "ambitious public policy"
"Sexual and sexual violence prevents more than half of humanity, women and girls, from using their basic rights, disrupting their lives," the signatories laments, noting the additional difficulties of disability, skin color, insecurity or sexual orientation.
In a call for "public policy aimed at changing behavior," the signatories call for an effort "for compulsory education from a young age for non-violence and equality between girls and boys." Systematic training of professionals who welcome victims "or" a significant increase in resources allocated to associations. "
WL . This group brings together feminist activists – most of them mainly – and more than 60 organizations calling for a march
50 meetings in France
The big march will take place in about fifty places in France. He would start at 2 pm and leave, in Paris, from the Madeleine Church to join the Republic. The collective shared an interactive map detailing the starting points of these events throughout France. While many rallies against this violence have occurred in recent months, it should be unprecedented by size.
The group also recalls the importance of protecting the child during this march against sexual violence and sex. Often forgotten, but children are in the front line, affected, directly or indirectly, by this domestic violence. Traffic has already collected more than 133,000 signatures on its call to march on Saturday on the exchange.org platform.
Violence at work
At the same time, the second forum, published in the worldUnion leaders, including Laurent Berger (CFDT), Philip Martinez (CGT) and Francois Homeril (CFE-CGC) are also calling for participation in this parade "to stop the sexual and sexual violence that afflicted women at work."
Representing violence in the workplace as a "blind spot," they warn that "this unacceptable reality is not inevitable: there are solutions that require political will and real means beyond intentions."
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