ISOLATION AND “TOXIC” PRIVACY IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC: FEMALE SUFFERING

  • Ana Lucia Sabadell Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Thamires Vieira Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Abstract

The practice of self-isolation as a preventive and combat measure against the Covid-19 virus brought up the discussion about domestic violence practiced against women in Brazil. The author understands that the legal protection of intimacy favors the process of denial of this type of violence and presents a reflection on the practical measures that can be taken to face violence against women in the current pandemic context.

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Published
2020-12-31
How to Cite
Sabadell, A., & Vieira, T. (2020). ISOLATION AND “TOXIC” PRIVACY IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC: FEMALE SUFFERING. HUMANITIES AND RIGHTS GLOBAL NETWORK JOURNAL, 2(2), 25-41. https://doi.org/10.24861/2675-1038.v2i2.37
Section
Dossier Human Rights and COVID 19 Pandemic Crisis