Digital Violence: Olimpia Coral’s Fight on Behalf of the Women of Mexico






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Hundreds of thousands of victims: Digital violence directed at women is a widespread problem everywhere in the world.



Hundreds of thousands of victims: Digital violence directed at women is a widespread problem everywhere in the world.


Foto: Daniel Becerril / REUTERS





Thousands of women took to the streets of Mexico on March 8, 2020, to fight for their rights.



Thousands of women took to the streets of Mexico on March 8, 2020, to fight for their rights.


Foto: FRANCISCO GUASCO/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock





Harassment, abuse, blackmail: For many girls and women, the internet is an unsafe space.



Harassment, abuse, blackmail: For many girls and women, the internet is an unsafe space.


Foto: Silvia Izquierdo / AP





A march against femicide in Guadalajara, Mexico, in September: Many girls in the country grow up with an extremely conservative view of women in society.



A march against femicide in Guadalajara, Mexico, in September: Many girls in the country grow up with an extremely conservative view of women in society.


Foto: ULISES RUIZ / AFP





Olimpia Coral continues to share her experience with others and fought for stricter laws.



Olimpia Coral continues to share her experience with others and fought for stricter laws.


Foto: Mario Arturo Martinez / imago / ZUMA Press





Olimpia Coral is now a full-time activist.



Olimpia Coral is now a full-time activist.


Foto: Mario Arturo Martinez / imago / ZUMA Press

This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.





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