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pandemic © Getty Images - Peter Dazeley CyberDocime is wreaking havoc on the Internet. The exchange via the Internet of child pornographic content is not only an atrocity for the children who are victims, it is also, in South Asia, a financial manne that only increases, thanks to good connections. , to the good mastery of English and the shortcomings of international legislation. And the pandemic has only increased this phenomenon.
This event organized by the Collective #noustoutes gathered in Paris 50,000 people according to the organizers, 18,000 according to the prefecture of police.
thousands of people have shown between the place of the Republic and the Place de la Nation in Paris, this Saturday, November 20, behind a banderle #noustoutes proclaiming "stop with sexist and sexual violence". This event brought together 50,000 people according to the organizers, 18,000 according to the prefecture of police, half less than two years ago (100,000 according to the organizers, 35,000 according to the police).
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Afghanistan-conflict-army: In Kabul, a military parade in the form of force demonstration of Taliban © Reuters / Stringer in Kabul, a military parade in Force Demonstration of Taliban by Gibran Naiyyar Peshimam Kabul (Reuters) - Talibane forces organized a military parade Sunday in Kabul, where he paraded armored vehicles of American manufacturing and Russian helicopters, a demonstration of force intended. to illustrate the moulting of the new masters of Afghanistan.
As the headband, many pancards on purple background, the color of this mobilization, delivered messages like "raped rape", or "65% of the victims of femicides had made contact with the police."
"Violence is not inevitable, they can stop," said Maryie Breuil, Collective #nousoutes, for whom "there is an immense gap between the mobilization of society and policy engagement". She said wait for presidential candidates "strong commitments in prevention".
Other gatherings were programmed everywhere in France between Saturday and November 25, International Day Against Violence against Women. In Rouen, a hundred people thus paraded on Saturday, according to the regional press, waiting for a night walk Thursday on the theme "Let's take the street, the night! "
A mayor of the Eure condemned for domestic violence would have tried to bribe a journalist to stifle the case
© Julius Adamek Jean-Christophe Pisani was judged for "normal violence followed by incapacity greater than eight days". Station at the Streisand effect. Seeking to hide information can conversely lead to media. This is the case for Jean-Christophe Pisani, Mayor of Epreville-near-Le-Neubourg, village of 465 inhabitants in the Eure. Tuesday, the Edile has scrutinized with a prison sentence for "spousal violence".
220 000 Victims of Violence
in France, some 220,000 women are victims of violence and 94,000 are violated each year, is #noustoutes. Since January 1, 101 women have been killed by their spouse, according to the count of the collective "femicides per companion or ex". For the whole year 2020, the figure had reached 102 female and 146 in 2019, according to the Ministry of the Interior.
"It is not normal that the place where one feels most in danger, it is at home," says Karine Branger, a visual artist who organized a square in the procession in which a hundred women Marchair dressed in a white suit, to symbolize the number of victims of feminicides since the beginning of the year.
"It is no longer possible to tolerate this violence on half of humanity," said the green candidate for the Presidential Yannick Jadot, present in the Parisian procession and for whom "training, means for emergency accommodation ". "Violence is also dramatically exerted on children, sometimes by the same authors, we must act from school."
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At the end of a manifestation against sanitary restrictions, clashes erupted on Saturday night in The Hague. The watch Rotterdam has, according to his mayor, have an "orgy of violence" © Peter Dejong / AP / SIPA a manifestation in Amsterdam against sanitary measures, November 20, 2021 (Illustration). Challenge - At the end of a manifestation against sanitary restrictions, clashes erupted Saturday night in The Hague.
one billion euros per year
Feminist organizations believe that the state should devote a billion euros a year to this struggle, instead of 360 million today. They also ask for "prevention" measures: "We must learn the youngest and that all college students or high school students spend a non-violence patent, on the same model as road safety. Detailed Marylie Breuil.
They demand an additional effort to create more accommodation for women who flee their violent spouse. In such a situation, about 40% of the victims are offered no hosting solution, and only 12% get a suitable place, with legal and psychological accompaniment, according to a report published Thursday by the Women's Foundation.
The event is also an opportunity to denounce incest, pedocinal violence or children in the conjugal framework, have clarified the organizers. For the first time, a "Christian procession", carried by "Christian feminist organizations and Lgbtqia," had to take part in the Paris Cortège, "around the victims of sexist and sexual violence in our churches." © Copyright 2021, OBS
targeted by an investigation for "sexual assault", Pierre Menès complains for slanderous denunciation .
The former Canal + journalist is questioned by a hostess of the princes park for moved gestures possibly committed during the PSG-Nantes match November 20th. Pierre Menès contests the facts and has just filed a complaint on Tuesday for slanderous denunciation. © LP / Olivier Lejeune Pierre Menès is a regular from the Princes Park. At PSG-Nantes on November 10, he would have sexually assaulted a hostess in a stadium lounge.