Dozens of cities in Latin America and around the world were the scene where thousands of women marched on a new International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, better known as 25N.
Ecuadorian women took to the streets during the weekend to protest against the 206 femicides already recorded in the country during 2022 in the aftermath of María Belén Bernal's murder.
Cuba's one-party legislature Sunday passed a new Penal Code, which was considered to be modern and adjusted to the country's socialist reality, it was announced in Havana.
November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and trade unions across the globe will take action for the right of everyone to a world of work free from violence and harassment.
Calls to Spain's governmental helpline for victims of gender violence shot up in the first two weeks of a state of emergency lockdown imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus, the government said on Wednesday.
The City Hall of Rosario has passed an ordinance whereby victims of gender violence housed in one of the city shelters are to collect a monthly allowance of 2,000 pesos (52 US dollars) during six months, it was reported.