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#Makrura campaign to criminalize sexual harassment


As part of its activism to criminalize sexual harassment and enact the draft law submitted to parliament since March 2017, (c.f:, Kafa, Enough Violence and Exploitation organization launched a new campaign early this week under the hashtag #Makroura. The latter, who signifies every girl or woman subjected to sexual abuse at the workplace, in the street or any public space, exposes in three videos the crimes of sexual violence, notably, harassment, rape and assault. Makrura also clarifies the differences and relation between them and the effects of sexual abuse on the victim. To recall, a year ago, the global “Me Too” campaign was kicked off (c.f: and Kafa was part of it. The association asked girls and women to report in writing their experiences with sexual harassment, noting in the promotional campaign on social media that the three videos were extracted from these accounts. More on the link below: (L’Orient Le Jour, November 16, 2018)

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