Structural discrimination and domestic violence during Corona

Dec 17, 2020

In challenging times, women’s museums are resilient and responding…

Women in Corona times

The Frauenmuseum Bonn planned an event on 25.11.2020 about the negative effects of the Corona pandemic on women and girls, especially about structural discrimination and domestic violence.

Therefore, the curator of the exhibition on women in Corona times and the speakers recorded statements that can be seen on Facebook and the Youtube channel of the Frauenmuseum.

Statements about the negative effects of the Corona pandemic on women and girls.

Statements about the negative effects of the Corona pandemic on women and girls.

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