Luxembourg’s parliament was among the first buildings in Luxembourg to be lit in orange as part of a campaign to combat violence against women.
The Chamber of Deputies in the rue due Marché-aux-Herbes is shown lit up in orange for the weeklong awareness-raising campaign
Photo: Facebook/Chambre des Députés
A photo of the Chambre des Députés in the rue due Marché-aux-Herbes was posted on the parliament’s Facebook page with the message: “Awareness raising from the equality opportunities ministry and Zonta about violence against women and girls”.
Altogether around 20 offices and buildings around Luxembourg are being lit up in orange for the first edition of Orange Week from 19 to 26 November.
At the same time, individuals can get involved by attending exhibitions, debates and conferences, watching film screenings, and participating in the march and flash mob on 25 November. Self-defence classes will also be offered in a workshop.