Unite for Women protesters march through the center of Brighton

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‘Unite for Women’ protesters march through Brighton city center in rally over school ‘rape culture’ claims

  • Protesters took part in a ‘Unite for Women’ demonstration in Brighton today
  • The protest started this afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Peace Statue in Hove
  • People attending the protest were asked to bring face masks and plates

Protesters marched through central Brighton today for a ‘Unite for Women’ demonstration.

The protest started this afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Peace Statue in Hove and headed towards the city center.

The ‘Unite for Women’ protest aims to raise awareness about sexual violence and harassment and calls on schools in particular to take these issues seriously.

Protesters marched through central Brighton today for a 'Unite for Women' demonstration

Protesters marched through central Brighton today for a ‘Unite for Women’ demonstration

The protest started this afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Peace Statue in Hove and headed towards the city center

The protest started this afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Peace Statue in Hove and headed towards the city center

The protest started this afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Peace Statue in Hove and headed towards the city center

The 'Unite for Women' protest aims to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment, calling on schools in particular to take these issues seriously

The 'Unite for Women' protest aims to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment, calling on schools in particular to take these issues seriously

The ‘Unite for Women’ protest aims to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment, calling on schools in particular to take these issues seriously

After lockdown rules were relaxed on Monday, Covid-secured protests and pickets are now allowed.

People attending the protest were asked to bring face masks, as well as signs and banners to promote the cause.

Sussex police have said they are aware of the protest and that public safety is their top priority.

People attending the protest were asked to bring face masks as well as signs and banners to promote the cause

People attending the protest were asked to bring face masks as well as signs and banners to promote the cause

People attending the protest were asked to bring face masks as well as signs and banners to promote the cause

“ Agents will continue to interact with people and explain the Covid-19 restrictions that remain in effect at this time and urge the public to continue to support us in our efforts to prevent the further spread of the virus, ” said a spokesperson for the virus. Sussex Police. .

“Public safety is and will remain the top priority of the police, and that has not changed in our approach to the pandemic.”

A member of the Brighton Youth Black Lives Matter movement said: “The event is for girls in Brighton and Hove schools to stand up for sexual harassment, rape and assault and get schools to take it seriously.”

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