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Stop Hungary's rape promotion program

To EU leaders::

As concerned citizens, we urge you to withhold financial support to Hungary until the police remove the extremely offensive program about rape. We call on you to use your leverage to ensure the people of Hungary do not form misconceptions of rape as well as rape victims, and work towards creating policies which protect, not harm women.

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Hungary's police just released a shocking video campaign that blames women for rape because they drink, dance and dress provocatively. It's going viral, but we can help women speaking out across the country to get the ad banned.

Hungary's police get funds from EU governments. If we build a mega call to halt Hungary's funding until its police stop promoting rape, it could be a powerful way to get the video pulled.

It's hard enough for sexual assault victims to seek help from officials, but now the very police supposed to protect Hungary's women are literally telling them rape is their fault. Let's end this outrage fast -- sign the petition then watch the video. Hungary's police just released a shocking video campaign that blames women for rape because they drink, dance and dress provocatively. It's going viral, but we can help women speaking out across the country to get the ad banned. ​The EU police training agency has just moved its headquarters to Budapest and its director is personally committed against against sexual violence and made it his priority -- let's build a mega call to highlight the irony of the EU sending police to be trained in Hungary, where police is promoting rape. It could be a powerful way to get the video pulled and the police trained. ​ It's hard enough for sexual assault victims to seek help from officials, but now the very police supposed to protect Hungary's women are literally telling them rape is their fault. Let's end this outrage fast -- click below to​ urge the EU and it's chief police trainer to insist that the ad is pulled and the police properly trained in gender issues:

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