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A Human Chain Against Street Harassment in Egypt

In News stories, street harassment | on 05.20.12 | by | Comments ( 0 )

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مجموعة من المبادرات المصرية قررت التصدي للتحرش الجنسي في شوارع مصر من خلال سلاسل بشرية تعكس الواقع “نفسي”. أول فاعلية كانت في شارع جامعة الدول العربية في 16 مايو 2012

هيئة الأمم المتحدة للمرأة توضح إنها لم تكن وراء ترتيب أو تنظيم الوفقة ( السلسلة) وأي مشاركة فيها كانت بشكل فردي. مشاركة هيئة الأمم المتحدة كانت بالتصوير فقط.

An independent group of Egyptian initiatives decided to take an active step to stand against sexual harassment in Cairo by organizing the first human chain that reflects their views “Nefsi” ( I wish). The first street campaign was in Gam’et El Dewal Street in Mohandessin Cairo on 16 May 2012…UN Women’s contribution was to photo documentation the event through pictures and videos. Photos by: Fatma El-Zahraa Yassin

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