3 December 2012

Morocco: Moroccan Women Protest Sexual Harassment

Morocco's Democratic League for Women's Rights (LDDF) organised a sit-in Sunday (December 2nd) in Rabat to demand the criminalisation of all forms of sexual harassment, MAP reported. Protestors called for laws to protect the dignity of girls and women. LDDF chief Fouzia Assouli said the sit-in aimed at changing attitudes, especially among young people.

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