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UNITED NATIONS, New York/COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Ninety per cent of women in Sri Lanka have endured sexual harassment while taking public transport, a new study commissioned by UNFPA has found.
The findings, released last week, offer a stark view into women’s vulnerability to violence and discrimination, issues that are poorly understood – both in Sri Lanka and globally – because of underreporting and lack of data.
Women reported experiencing a wide range of mistreatment on public transport, including leering, verbal abuse and unwelcome advances, but the majority of harassment was physical.
Seventy-four per cent of women and girls reported they had been deliberately touched.
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He ejaculated on my dress before getting off the bus,” said Rani Kumari*, 18. I felt helpless, and I didn’t speak to anyone about it.” Women in Sri Lanka – especially low-income women – rely heavily on public transport.