Chile gets tough on sexual harassment in the streets

A participant attends a rally, held to support women's rights and to protest against violence towards women, in Saint Petersburg, Russia March 8, 2019. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov - UP1EF3810KO0K

Chile's new law could encourage other governments to recognize pervasive street sexual harassment as a social problem. Image: REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

Anastasia Moloney
Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation
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