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Ciné-ONU screening of #SalePute

When: Monday 29 November, 17:00 | Where: Cinéma Galeries, Brussels

#SalePute film poster To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the United Nations presents: #SalePute.

73% of women in the world have suffered cyber violence. Through their film, ‘#Salepute’, journalists Florence Hainaut and Myriam Leroy tell viewers an international story of cyber harassment that is both intimate and political. From Finland to Switzerland through Austria, France and Germany, the film focuses on the personal and societal consequences of online misogyny and explores individual and collective responses to such abuse.

There will be a brief introduction before the screening from:

  • Louise Haxthausen, Director of UNESCO Brussels Office
  • Sietske Steneker, Director of UNFPA Brussels Office

The film will be followed by a panel discussion with:

  • Florence Hainaut, Director of #Salepute
  • Myriam Leroy, Director of #Salepute
  • Dagmar Schumacher, Director of UN Women Brussels Office
  • A Representative of the European Commission
  • Moderated by Fabienne Pompey, UNRIC French Desk Officer

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Check-in at the cinema starts at 16:30
No late admission

As per Brussels Capital Region regulations, a Covid Safe Ticket – either a vaccination, recovery or negative test certificate – will be requested at the entrance of the venue.

Due to a large number of no-shows, we kindly ask you to register only if you are able to attend our event. As we are forced to overbook, a ticket does not guarantee a seat – please be on time.


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