Once a largely dismissed problem, street harassment is now headline news and being addressed by many international agencies and governments worldwide. This book details how a growing number of individuals, small groups, international organizations, and government agencies worldwide are working to create safe public spaces. ac Makes a clear case for why street harassment is a human rights violation and provides evidence that illustrates its scope and status as a serious problem internationally ac Provides a collection of studies and personal stories from more than a dozen countries on six continents ac Weighs the pros and cons of laws intended to curtail street harassment ac Documents how street harassment is a global problem and how individuals worldwide are taking action to create safer communities for all ac Highlights how news stories in combination with individual outrage, community action, and online tools can lead to substantive social changeaI felt like my heart was going to melt down when we posted a poster and a shopkeeper who was there watching us post it couldna#39;t read it [because he was ... One flier had an image of flat shoes with the words aThese shoes do not make me a prude. ... In 2014, she also went to Mexico City.13 Graffiti Art and Murals A related action against street harassment is painting murals and spraypainting graffiti, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Stop Global Street Harassment: Growing Activism around the World|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-08-30|