antirape

antirape

(ˌæntɪˈreɪp)
adj
(Social Welfare) opposed to or acting against rape
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Hontiveros mentioned the need for a 'more modern' antirape law, 'one that is more attuned to contemporary times.
Activists approached sexual violence in what Freedman calls an "instrumental" fashion: Their goals varied from moral reform and women's suffrage to African American civil rights; not until the 1970s would a dedicated antirape movement emerge.
The Internet as a Tool for Black Feminist Activism: Lessons From an Online Antirape Protest.
The passed bills included AntiHonour Killings Laws (Criminal Laws Amendment) Bill 2014, the Torture, Custodial Death and Custodial Rape (Prevention and Punishment) Bill 2014, the AntiRape Laws (Criminal Laws Amendment) Bill 2014 and the Privatization Commission (Amendment) Bill 2013.
Verma panel, formed make recommendations for stronger antirape legislation, requesting him not to lower age defining juvenility; argue reformation is a key objective of the JJ Act.
She has plenty of data to share as well, along with a thoughtful and original account of the history of the feminist antirape campaign since the 1970s.
See Barrows and Bodenhamer, Encyclopedia of Indianapolis, 227; Estes Blair, "Women's Organizations and Grassroots Politics," 1-2, 184-85; Maria Bevacqua, "Reconsidering Violence against Women: Coalition Politics in the Antirape Movement," in Gilmore, Feminist Coalitions, 166.
3) During this time, she also forged an alliance with Simone de Beauvoir, befriending her and visiting Paris where she gave speeches on antirape and abortion organizing.
Progress by the antirape movement over the past 40 years has included an increased awareness of the problem, proliferation of services for victims, legislative reform, and the creation of policies to address the issue.
48) The third accomplishment of the Taiwanese feminist movement was modifying rape statutes in the Criminal Code and enacting the Sexual Assault Treatment and Prevention Act and AntiRape Law after a series of brutal rape crimes and violent acts against women.
She looks at types of victim images, like blameless and blameworthy, and various survivor movements, from antirape to the battered women's movement.