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During San Fermin 2016 celebrations in Pamplona (Spain), 5 men forced one 18-year-old woman to have sex with them in the entrance hall of a residential building. Moreover, the 5 men recorded the sexual intercourse in video and after this they stole her phone so she could not communicate. The five men were accused of… » read more

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AEGEE-Europe is deeply concerned by the attempt to further restrict the grounds for legal abortion in Poland. The Polish Parliament is debating a draft bill that would limit the already restricted grounds on which women can access a legal abortion by banning abortion in situations where there is a severe foetal anomaly. Because of the… » read more

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      by Juliette Beaulaton Four years have passed since the first official celebration of the Zero Discrimination Day. Created in 2013 by UNAIDS, the UN program on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), this day celebrates the right of everyone to be free from discrimination.   Because of social… » read more

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By Juliette Beaulaton and Cristina Cumbreño Feminicide, domestic violence, sexual and economic exploitation, assault, harassment, rape, mutilation, forced marriage… The reality of violence against women and girls is multiform and occurs continuously and systematically in our society. It remains one of the most serious and widespread form of human rights violations. Gender inequality and discrimination… » read more

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