Reclaim the Night SA
This year marks the 36th anniversary of Reclaim the Night, which began in Australia in 1978 as a march against violence towards women. It has historically been an expression of collective fight back against rape, intimidation and abuse, raising women’s private experiences into demands on state and federal governments to place responsibility on perpetrators, acknowledge the extent of sexual assault on women and provide adequate services and funding for survivors.
Reclaim the Night is a trans-inclusive event and welcomes everyone who has lived or experienced oppression as a woman or perceived woman. We march for safety and to be free from the fear and reality of violence in the home, on the streets and at work.
Rally and march in protest against violence against women. We march for our right to feel and be safe from violence on the streets, at home and at work.
6:30pm RALLY at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square)
7pm MARCH down King William and Hindley Street
7:30pm CELEBRATE at West Bar UniSA
Last updated on 2 December, 2015 - 10:17.
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