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BUILDING A TRANSNATIONAL FEMINIST COMMUNITY TOWARDS A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: This is our aim! To do so, please upload your projects, interviews you have done, resources you find interesting and join the grassroots feminist community! If you have questions, please email me (Elke Zobl) at elke.zobl(at)sbg.ac.at.
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Marcha das Vadias Fortaleza 2011

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Fortaleza
Brazil
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Slutwalk Sydney 2011

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Syndey
Australia

The first SlutWalk Sydney took place on the Queen's Birthday public holiday, Monday 13th June, 2011. It was supported by and coincided with Camp Betty 2011, and stood in solidarity with SlutWalk Toronto and other cities around Australia and the World.

"On January 24th, 2011, a representative of the Toronto Police gave shocking insight into the Force’s view of sexual assault by stating: “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized”.

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Marcha de las Putas Culiacán 2011

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Culiacán
Mexico
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Marcha de las Putas Oaxaca 2011

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Oaxaca
Mexico
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Marcha de las Putas Mexico DF 2011

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Mexico DF
Mexico
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Marcha de las Putas Guadalajara 2011

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Guadalajara
Mexico
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Marcha de las Putas Tegucigalpa 2011

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Tegucigalpa
Honduras

NInguna mujer debe ser acosada por su forma de vestir. Tenemos derecho a vestirnos como queramos, nuestra integridad debe ser respetada. Reinvindicamos nuestro derecho al respeto en la calles con La Marcha de las Putas

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Marcha das Vadias Recife 2011

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Recife
Brazil
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Marcha de las Putas Matagalpa 2011

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Matagalpa
Nicaragua
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Slutwalk London 2011

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London
United Kingdom

Last year a Toronto policeman told a group of law students that in order to avoid being raped ‘women should avoid dressing like sluts’.

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