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Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights - Rome

Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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The Piazza del Popolo seen here full of protesters.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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The Piazza del Popolo seen here full of protesters.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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Italian police monitor the demonstration.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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Young Italian girls join the protest.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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Italian girls seen here as they wait for the pop star Emma Marrone to show-up.
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Italian pop star Emma Marrone sings in defense of women.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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Italian pop star Emma Marrone sings in defense of women.
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Italian pop star Emma Marrone sings in defense of women.
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Italian woman on stage telling her story to the crowd.
Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
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protesting sculpture about the murders of women by their partner
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An older Italian wears a t-shirt against Silvio Berlusconi.
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Livia Turco, member of the Democratic Party, while being interviewed by journalists.
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Italian actress Lunetta Savino took part in the demonstration in defense of women.
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RAI journalists interviewing a female protester.
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Italian women on stage relating incidents in their lives to the crowd.
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Women hold up a banner in defense of their culture.
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome
  • Italian women protest demanding Equal Rights  Rome

A large protest was held in the capital by Italian women demanding that they be given equal rights and conditions to those enjoyed by men, particularly in relation to salaries and career prospects. Italy. 11th December 2011

The world of Italian women, took to the streets to give a strong signal to the country. Asking for more rights for women, work, family. Italian women want equal treatment with men, for salaries and career, more guarantees for maternity, and abolition of precarious work. Italian women are asking for more consideration by the policy. Do not want to be considered object and to give as a present their votes. They also discuss the financial operation of the new government, which is damaging to the pensions of Italian female worker. Italian women discuss about the President of the Republic's proposal to give citizenship to second-generation born in the country.

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