Salma Hayek makes a call to the campaign against domestic violence, in quarantine.


Salma Hayek
Salma Hayek

The world, with a view to the health and safety in line with the act, to stay at home due to the pandemic caused by a coronavirus, and not all people are safe, especially some of the women, as the actress has Salma Hayekwho is heading up a campaign against domestic violence throughout the years.

Through the use of social networks, it asked for on Wednesday, the 20th of may, to more than 15 million followers solidarizassem with the ladies, and lifted the hashtag #StandWithWomen, and that was the beginning of the brand in Gucci’s ‘Chime For Change’, which was created for her by singer Beyonce in the year 2013, in order to raise funds for organizations that help fight domestic violence against women in all over the world.

In a video to put on Instagram, the actress discussed how a woman would be protected by being confined in the same house with a husband, the perpetrator, for example. “We are refugees in our own homes to protect us from the threat of a COVID, 19th -, and our home is also going to be a threat?”, it was questioned.

“According to the united nations for Women, the emerging data shows that violence against women has been stepped up during the pandemic, that is why it is very important that we can indicate from gender-based violence and stay united in prayers with the women, and to make households more secure, and so that we can have a world more safe and more healthy. I think we might actually be able to change our voices together and cry out: no more. Let’s join together to protect the human rights of girls and women from all over the world. If you don’t, we can go back to the world to know it, we’ll make sure to make it a better place to be”.

“We’re going to come together at this critical hour in which violence against women is increasing, and access to health services is limited,” she wrote in the caption of the video. António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations, called for the countries to take measures at the level of the urgent need to combat the increase in violence against women during this period, noting that for many of them it’s more dangerous to be in their homes than on the streets.