Quarantine Increases Risk of Domestic Violence

Brazil's Minister of Women, Family and Human Rights said on Thursday that in the State of Rio de Janeiro, the number of notifications of violence is now 50 percent higher than before the coronavirus crisis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A more responsible approach to preventing contamination by the coronavirus, social isolation entails a situation of risk for victims of family domestic violence: living longer with the aggressor.

In quarantine, online reporting tools, official or otherwise, gain momentum. The federal government plans to launch an App for reporting . . .

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