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Margaret Boyle 12h
Replying to @profmargboyle
Continued acceptance of violence against women has deep cultural roots in the visual, literary, and legal histories of early modern Spain. Prof. Pérez Villanueva will also discuss social movements against gender-based violence like and .
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kazi 2h
In Cyprus, the rain revealed murdered migrant women's bodies, thrown into a mineshaft.The killer is a decorated military officer of the Greek Guard. But, you will read nowhere that ethnopatriarchy is killing. Via
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Luis Bremer 4h
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Laura Barrera, Esq. Apr 18
Read this then tell me “because I’m a woman” isn’t an adequate reason for seeking asylum. Girls and women are routinely targeted for rape and violence in Central America, too, and their police also do not protect them.
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@gaetev Apr 20
Justicia....!!
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Emmapuigbellacasa Apr 20
Honduras is one of the world’s deadliest places to be a woman — a 2015 surveyranked it in the top five countries, with El Salvador and Syria
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Society of Gender Professionals Apr 16
"...Latin America, a region which, despite growing popular mobilisation and pioneering legislation against gender-based murders, still has the world’s worst rates in what has been described as a “silent genocide,” says "
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@gaetev Apr 18
Replying to @MilesChile
..basta. Justicia.
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L E G E N D A R Y 👑 Apr 16
In the era of , , and other online movements, survivors of violence are speaking out more than ever before, and it’s time to listen.
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wikilearnbot Apr 15
(Spanish: Not one less) is a Peruvian group against femicides and violence against women in the Andean country. The movement was formed in July 2016, and the march it staged in August 2016 has been characterized as the largest demonstrati[...]
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QueenLatifah /❤ Apr 16
Replying to @MarucaRad @Tt49242713
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Josh Manley Apr 16
Despite promising advances in women's empowerment, continues to struggle with some of the highest rates in Latin America. All the more reason to support policies to make a reality
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WE Personal Defense Apr 16
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A powerful new spot from supports the () movement. "The spot puts on the table what people often ignore, or simply do not want to see: the final consequences of abuse," says Creative Director Joshua Rueda Mego.
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Kellie Cavagnaro Apr 14
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THIS is the power of what we in anthropology call Complaint Discourse. We must not lose hope that so often the result is only a temporary delay, for we have so far to grow in this battle.
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