On 25th November, protests under the slogan “Not one woman more” were held for eliminating violence against women. The activities took place in front of the courthouses in Sofia, Varna, and Veliko Tarnovo. Dozens of people gathered in the old capital to support the cause. The chilly evening did not scare them away. With posters, phones, and thematic clothing, they wanted to show that they care. Almost all the people had similar demands: up-to-date statistics about the number of victims in Bulgaria, educational campaigns, to change the laws, and to change the way society views gender-based violence. More about the protest and the people who organized it you can see in our video report.
The video material and the interview are part of the E-volution Media project implemented by the BRCK organization and co-funded by the European Solidarity Corps program of the EU.
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