Women’s rights activist: Feri trial has helped change society’s perception of rape victims

Photo: Tereza Kunderová, Czech Radio

The closely-watched trial of former MP Dominik Feri, who was found guilty of two counts of rape and one attempted rape and sentenced to three years in jail, has sparked a public debate on sexual assault and victim treatment in Czechia. I spoke to Johanna Nejedlová co-founder of Konsent, an NGO which focuses on preventing sexual violence and creating a safer environment for women, and asked her to comment on the verdict.

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Author: Daniela Lazarová