Proposals are based on the “No Callem” protocol that made it possible for the player to be arrested in Spain
At the beginning of the new legislature, the Chamber of Deputies already has at least 5 bills to protect women and prioritize cases of violence in nightclubs, bars, restaurants and other entertainment establishments. The proposals were inspired by the protocol “do not call”, in Barcelona, which led to the arrest of player Daniel Alves for sexual assault.
In common, the proposals determine that the establishments highlight a trained employee to provide care for victims of violence. Locals must also provide assistance to trigger police authorities.
The protocol “do not call” –we won’t be silent – was created in 2018 in Barcelona and allows quick assistance to victims of violence in nightclubs, festivals and event spaces. The measure includes employee training and guidelines for reported cases.
the federal deputy Maria do Rosário (PT-RS) proposed the bill 3 of 2023 that establishes the “Protocol No is No” to assist women who are victims of sexual violence or harassment at nightclubs, festive and professional sporting events, dances, shows, concerts, bars, restaurants, or any other establishment with a large circulation of people.
The proposal calls for the creation of a code for women and other people to alert employees about the situation of aggression and for the necessary measures to be taken without the aggressor knowing.
Dandara Tonantzin (PT-MG) wants, through the project 4 of 2023create the seal “It’s not No – Safe Women” for establishments that meet the minimum safety and security requirements for women. The seal will be valid for 3 years.
The text proposes that victims of aggression in establishments be assisted by a female employee. The place should activate the police authorities, preferably, activate the security of the house to identify the alleged aggressor and wait for the arrival of the police.
The project also suggests periodic training for all employees and educational posters spread throughout the establishment to discourage the practice of sexual crimes and persecution.
Psol deputies, Sâmia Bomfim (SP) and Fernanda Melchionna (RS), are authors of the project 100 of 2023which establishes the Não Se Calem Protocol for assisting women at risk or sexual violence.
According to the text, situations of risk or sexual violence are considered those in which the person declares to have been subjected to any act, attempt or other form of coercion for sexual interaction without consent.
The proposal defines as security measures signs of awareness and access to reporting means, virtual and physical channel for reporting cases, special surveillance in low-light areas, isolation or any other condition that facilitates the person’s physical vulnerability.
In the project 12 of 2023, of the deputy Duarte Junior (PSB-MA), the security protocol determines priority and immediate attention to the victim of aggression and suggests that the establishment store the recordings for at least 90 days of the site’s security camera system. Images must be made available to law enforcement authorities upon request.
Finally, the proposal 14th of 2023, of the congresswoman Maria Arraes (Solidariedade-PE), determines humanized assistance to the victim, request for medical care and follow-up to the forensic examination.
Establishments and events that do not comply with the determinations will be subject to pay a fine corresponding to 2% of the company’s or production’s revenue. The amount of punishment will be limited to 200 minimum wages, and activities will be suspended until the rules are implemented.
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