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In support of the PPR Corporate Foundation for Women’s Dignity and Rights, Stella McCartney has designed a white ribbon badge to raise awareness and to get the largest possible audience committed to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, on 25 November.
This year for the first time, the White Ribbon For Women will be spread digitally by the PPR Foundation and PPR brands.
From 19 November, show your support to end Violence Against Women (VAW) and share the badge on your social networks via Twibbon!
The PPR Foundation hosted this morning the press conference of Fédération Nationale Solidarité Femmes on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the national helpline, 3919, Domestic Violence Info. During this event, a report has been presented on domestic violence in France after 20 years of action led by the associations of the network, and the upcoming guidelines. A preview of the new video clip, directed by the W&Cie agency with the support of the PPR Foundation, was screened, before its official broadcasting on TV and the web.
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Since 2009, the PPR Foundation has been supporting the work of Catherine Cabrol, especially her photographic exhibition Injuries To Women: giving the opportunity to women reduced to silence, to denounce oppression and violence against them.
On the occasion of 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Catherine Cabrol asked men, famous actors, to get committed to women’s cause by reading the stories of Injuries to Women. Her objective: create the surprise, and establish masculine-feminine emotion and respect, to “open minds and make people informed and involved to better fight together”.
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"I wanted to show the martyrdom that women like me live. To denounce the silence of those who know but conceal. And to answer to those who wonder why a beaten woman has so much difficulty to leave her torturer."
A mother of four, Alexandra Lange, 33 years old, was acquitted for the murder of her husband by the Douai criminal court on March, 23rd 2012. In Law, an act now bears her name.
In her book, "Acquittée - je l'ai tué pour ne pas mourir" ("Acquitted, I killed him to live"), she tells about the blows, the insults, the humiliation, the fear. By recognizing her case as self-defense, French justice cast a light on victims of domestic violence.
This decision is not only a victory for Alexandre Lange, it also represents a hope for all women who, each day, undergo the same sufferings.
(Acquittée - je l'ai tué pour ne pas mourir, Ed. Michel Lafon)
This multimedia interface will be made of a web-documentary “Web, les voix du silence” (Web, voices of silence) and a website to call for sexually assaulted women’s testimonies.
Implemented on the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, next November 25, this platform aims to encourage other victims to talk, denounce and confess freely.
France televisions will also issue two documentary films on the same topic: on France 5, “Viol, double peine” (“Rape, double charge”), followed by a debate with the Ministry of Women’s Right, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem. Then, on France 2 : “Viol, elles se manifestent” (“Rape: they talk”).