Stop Street Harassment
Once a largely dismissed problem, street harassment is now headline news and being addressed by many international agencies and governments worldwide. This book details how a growing number of individuals, small groups, international organizations, and government agencies worldwide are working to create safe public spaces.
â¢ Makes a clear case for why street harassment is a human rights violation and provides evidence that illustrates its scope and status as a serious problem internationally
â¢ Provides a collection of studies and personal stories from more than a dozen countries on six continents
â¢ Weighs the pros and cons of laws intended to curtail street harassment
â¢ Documents how street harassment is a global problem and how individuals worldwide are taking action to create safer communities for all
â¢ Highlights how news stories in combination with individual outrage, community action, and online tools can lead to substantive social change
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