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On the occasion of the international day for the elimination of violence against women this November 25, 2021, the City of Marseille spear an awareness campaign General public.
In a press release published on November 24, the municipality announces that posters carrying the message “Stop violence against women” will be distributed throughout the city as well as in municipal establishments such as “sports facilities, social centers and homes for all and nearby municipal offices.” “
There is also another device: 60,000 “violentometers” are going to be made available in the city. It is bookmark representing a color scale. This “violent meter”, originally created in Latin America, allows you to assess the level of consent and violence in a relationship.
This awareness tool will be distributed at the exits of these metro stations and made available in all pharmacies in the city, from associations as well as in municipal libraries and town halls.
The town hall works with Marseille collectives to secure the nightlife
Less than a week ago, the collective Feminist collages Marseille alerted the City via social networks after having collected several testimonies of victims drugged at the GHB of bars and clubs in the city. Contacted, Jill of the collective reports to Marseille news that a meeting took place this Tuesday at the beginning of the afternoon with the town hall in order to discuss the potential measures to be put in place.
This morning, it is with the teams of the association Solidarités Femmes 13 that exchanged the elected officials, the mayor (PS) Benoît Payan and the delegate for women’s rights Nathalie Tessier.
“By working very closely with prevention and support associations, structures welcoming the public but also nightlife establishments and by creating reception areas, we are mobilizing all the strengths of our city for protection of the Marseillaises ”specifies the press release.
The opportunity for the town hall to recall the implementation since March 2021 of the Marseille Inn for the reception of women with or without children.
– The national platform for listening to victims of domestic, sexist and sexual violence: by calling 3919, Violence Femmes Info;
– Report domestic violence on the online government platform: arretonslesviolences.gouv.fr;
– In case of emergency and immediate danger: call 17 (Emergency police), 112 (from a mobile phone) or 114 by SMS;
– Free number for women victims of rape or sexual assault: 0800 05 95 95 – SOS Viols.
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