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Not for sexism, harassment and violence, but more respect for women, this participant calls for a gathering in Geneva on the eve of the International Day Against Violence Against Women.
KEYSTONE / SALVATORE DI NOLFI
About 1,000 people participated in the feminist procession in Geneva on Saturday. Hundreds of people also went to the streets of Lausanne, Freiburg and Neuchatel in protest of violence against women.
The gatherings were held on the eve of the International Day Against Violence against Women. In brilliant costumes, the participants sang, played and danced across the streets of Geneva. The rally was under the motto "The Way belongs to us all".
In Lausanne more than 1000 people traveled across the city center. Equipped with torches and candles, in the evening they banned sexual and sexual violence against women around the world.
300 people went to Freiburg for the same. They followed the call of the collective for a women's strike in 2019. 250 participants in the battlefield counted in the pedestrian zone Neuchâtel.