Activists in Colombia placed hundreds of toys in Bogota to protest child abuse and domestic violence. Surveys show 40% of children have faced some type of physical, sexual or psychological abuse at home, especially girls. But only 3% of child abuse cases lead to convictions.
VIDEO: Around a thousand toys are spread across Bogota's main square "The thousands of toys represent the thousands and thousands of children who are abused annually in Colombia," says Angela Rosales, national director of Aldeas Infantiles SOS
End the violence. Protesters rally in Toulouse, France, Bogota, Colombia, Mexico City and Guatemala City to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. 1 in 3 women around the world experience physical or sexual violence says @WHO #ENDviolence
Anniversary of Colombia's national strike of 2019 marked with unrest in Bogota as protesters march towards the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in protest of the governments social and economic policies
Separate your emotions don't be misled flying over Bogota ask what's their motive sneak into silly houses of those unaware and have them do their bidding inciting fighting hating we are human beings but act like dawgs biting chewing on each other
Rep. : - Grew up in Ecuador and Columbia - Graduated from Colegio Nueva Granada high school in Bogota, Colombia - Is proficient in Spanish Here, Crenshaw gives the best argument for border security & the Wall you will ever hear. Wow. (??SOUND UP ??)
I am heartbroken for the people of Bogota. Due to the curfew tonight, unfortunately we could not put on the match I have waited so long for…