in Nine out of the ten are Belgian girls has been the victim of sexual harassment, compared to 28 per cent, of the boys. That’s according to a poll commissioned by Plan International on the occasion of the Wereldmeisjesdag on Friday. A little more than three-quarters of young people say that they have already been witness to such harassment. The latter is launching on Friday, it’s Safer Cities platform.

in the Safer Cities, it is a digital platform where young people will have until the end of the year-public areas in Antwerp, Brussels and Charleroi will be able to identify where they are nervous, scared, happy, or safe. They may well share it around the approach to any form of sexual harassment.

The survey was done with a sample of 700 young people between the ages of 15 and 24 years of age, in Antwerp, Brussels and Charleroi. Plan International in Belgium, pointing to the evidence of a “structural samenlevingsprobleem”. The results are also supported by a previous study to the behaviour of Belgian festivalweides.

One out of every five girls in all, once the victim of the unwanted touching. Nafluiten (82 per cent), long quarter (79 percent) as well as comments about the appearance (62%) are the most common examples of bullying. The survey also shows that, for young people, it may not be apparent is that all of this is under the sexual harassment of a fall.

the Plan learns that the victims often do not know where to take their story, or the complaint may be knocking on your door.

It’s Safer Cities platform, and is already active in other countries, such as Australia, Uganda, and Vietnam, among others.
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