Bars and clubs may be forced to orient women about risks of violenceWarnings with guidelines women should be posted in the female toilets and in at least one conspicuous place all.
Bares, restaurants, nightclubs and other entertainment venues may be required to disclose information material on how to proceed in cases of violence against women.
Warnings with guidelines women should be posted in the female toilets and in at least one conspicuous place all. The Elzenir student Oliveira, from 24 years, recounts an embarrassing situation she spent in a nightclub in the Federal District.
"I went to the ladies room and had the male side, very close. when leaving, there was a guy already through the door and took my arm, pulling to go to the men's room. So, I pulled my arm and I was ashamed, I got scared. I left there and went to talk to security, but he paid no attention. He said it was normal, 'It happens' "
Women like Alzenir can and should report cases of violence like this by the number 180. Besides that, You can receive guidance on rights and on legislation.
The bill that aims to provide informational materials on how to proceed in cases of violence against women was amended in the first Commission to examine the proposal, the Defense of Women's Rights. It is then determined that single-use bathrooms are kept separated by sex or for greater security of female audience. Who suggested this amendment was Rep Diego Garcia, do PHS do Paraná.
"Why not become increasingly public and reach the women's knowledge what they can, a hazardous situation, adopt as a measure for protection? Now what happens is that often by misinformation, women end up not reporting, not chasing their rights and making these cases recur. This will be perpetuated if anyone talk, open your mouth and put a stop to. "
The proposal also states that bars, restaurants, nightclubs and other entertainment venues have trained staff to, when requested, monitor women at risk to a police station, closer or even a means of transport station. Now, the project will be analyzed by the Economic Development Commission, Industry, Trade and Services.
No Brasil, but of 40% of women have experienced domestic violence at some point in life and, in 2016, 66% Brazilians witnessed a woman being attacked physically or verbally. Map of Violence 2015, which makes comparison with data 83 countries, Brazil is the 5th position in the murder of women.