Shock posters on Paris streets in campaign against domestic violence


A Paris group of women campaigners against domestic violence, which is estimated by one feminist association to have caused the deaths of more than one hundred women in France since the start of the year, has launched a campaign to bring greater public awareness to the issue by placing posters in tribute to victims on the walls of the capital's streets.   

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More than 250 anti-femicide posters have appeared in the streets of Paris since the end of August in a campaign launched by women who want to pay "homage to the victims" and "make passers-by and public authorities react", reports FRANCE 24.