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Following a resolution passed at our Spring Congress in Tallinn, LYMEC has written to every Indian embassy in the European Union to voice our outrage at the lack of action taken to protect women in India against rape and sexual assault. LYMEC believes that much more should be done to make the situation in India safer and to help victims of sexual attacks.

 

Although rape is a worldwide issue, the situation in India is of particular concern. The letter we have sent to embassies across Europe shows not only our anger at this issue, but our hope that Indian society and government can make real efforts to stop these horrendous events.

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