European Union, In Pictures, World

Thousands of feminists marched in Rome this weekend, calling for an end to gender based violence

Photos from the Italian capital where thousands mobilized this weekend to challenge patriarchal violence in all its forms.

Estimates suggest that over 150,000 gathered in Rome on the 25-26 November to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. In Italy, where gendered violence remains high and the subject treated as a sensationalist emergency rather than a structural problem, this was a strong turnout, notable for its cross-generational dimension. The main march was organized by the movement Non una di meno, who, as Political Critique reported last week, have released a comprehensive 57-page strategy against gendered violence. Elena Manfredi was on the ground to photograph the demonstration, and the national assembly where a large crowd of participants rallied around the plan.

©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved
©Elena Manfredi. All rights reserved

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.