Femicide collages: using public spaces to speak out

10 min

Available until 18/04/2025

France’s Collages Féminicides movement is using public spaces as a forum to speak out against violence against women, whether sexual or domestic. Plastering the walls of cities with their messages, the movement has gone from strength to strength since 2020, expanding to call out sexism, racism and discrimination. Our journalist Laetitia Limmois meets with the group’s activists.

This programme by French broadcaster France.tv Slash is part of the European Collection, a joint initiative from European public service media (ARD, ARTE, France Télévisions, SRG SSR, RTBF and ZDF), coordinated by ARTE.

Country

France

Year

2020

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