Feminist and other women’s movements are mourning, but they are also confirming their determination to struggle, side-by-side with movements around the world, to put an end to femicide.
‘Patriarchy murders’: Women protest against femicide in Syntagma Square In the aftermath of the confessed, cold-blooded murder of 20-year-old Caroline Crouch by her husband Babis Anagnostopoulos, a pilot, women’s organisations held a demonstration today in Syntagma Square calling for the establishment of the term femicide as a distinct crime.
Black-clad women mourn Caroline Crouch
The demonstration began at 7:30 pm. As was recorded on video, dozens of women dressed in black, some of whom had painted their necks with red hands, symbolising blood, protested to demand an end to a long list of femicides in our country.
“The murderers of women have the keys to our homes’
With slogans such as “No means no!” ‘Patriarchy murders”, “The murderers of women have the keys to our homes”, and “A woman’s place is in the struggle”, women of all ages vented their rage and anger ov