Ohi sti via kai tous viasmous.

Ohi sti via kai tous viasmous

Ohi sti via kai tous viasmous. Gynaikes einai dikaioma mas na kykloforoume afova ti nyhta. I poli einai kai diki mas.

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English title: No to violence and rape. Women, it is also our right to move without fear during the night. The city belongs to us as well.
Corporate author(s): Gynaikeia omada protovoulias enantia sti via kai sto viasmo
Keyword(s): violence | autonomous women’s movement | sexuality | women’s body | culture | rape
Languages(s): Greek
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This manifesto is signed by a major autonomous feminist group of that time: ‘Women’s group initiative against violence and rape” It reports on how violence and rape were everyday occurrences in the life of women, building up on their fear to walk alone, especially at night, having the feeling that the city does not belong to them. The text was significant because it was trying to convince women that they should mobilize to protest publicly, to put the issue on the agenda and stop being perceived as objects. Key slogans were: “Our body belongs to us”, The night is ours”.
Ohi sti via kai tous viasmous


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