Violences faites aux femmes: en Belgique, que fait-on pour lutter contre les féminicides?

Sarah Freres
74 men and women wore flower wreaths to honour the 74 victims of feminicide since the beginning of the year at a rally that gathered several hundred people on Saturday, July 6, 2019 at the Place de la République in Paris to demand immediate measures and increased resources to fight feminicide, at the request of a collective of families and relatives of victims. Photo by Ait Adjedjou Karim/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM
74 men and women wore flower wreaths to honour the 74 victims of feminicide since the beginning of the year at a rally that gathered several hundred people on Saturday, July 6, 2019 at the Place de la République in Paris to demand immediate measures and increased resources to fight feminicide, at the request of a collective of families and relatives of victims. Photo by Ait Adjedjou Karim/Avenir Pictures/ABACAPRESS.COM ©Avenir Pictures/ABACA
En matière de lutte contre les féminicides, la Belgique n’est pas un exemple.

Isabelle, née en 1974, est décédée vendredi soir, tuée par son ex-compagnon lors d’une fête des voisins à Chapelle-lez-Herlaimont. Selon nos confrères de

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