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On March 3 this year, British Sarah Everard disappeared while on her way home from a friend in South London. She was going home, but she never arrived. A week later, her body was found in a forest area in Kent.
After the murder, a massive movement against violence against women took off. Demonstrations and demonstrations took place in several cities in the United Kingdom.
Why did Sarah Everard’s death give rise to a new grassroots movement? How did the politicians react to everything that happened and what should be done to make women feel safer on the streets? We address this in this episode of Aftonbladet Daily.
Guest: London correspondent Peter Larson Aftonbladet.
Host: Jenny Agreen.
Aftonbladet Daily is a daily podcast that summarizes and deepens current news events and contemporary phenomena. Every day of the week, we interview experts and reporters to give a little bigger picture of the news that dominates the flow.
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