Blitz manga highlighting digital violence now on public display

A Monaco-made manga raising awareness about digital violence against women is now on display at the Principality’s train station.

On Tuesday 16th January, Minister of State Pierre Dartout, accompanied by other government ministers, was given a presentation and talk on the manga by its creator Cédric Biscay, producer of the Blitz manga series. They were joined by the Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights and representatives of various Monegasque institutions and associations.

The Committee worked with Biscay in producing a manga on digital violence for The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on 25th November.

The manga is exhibited in its entirety at the Monaco Train Station to reach a wider audience until 8th March, International Women’s Day.

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Photo credit: Manuel Vitali, Government Communication Department