towards the establishment of a protocol against sexual and gender-based violence

towards the establishment of a protocol against sexual and gender-based violence
towards the establishment of a protocol against sexual and gender-based violence

Carine Rolland, the socialist deputy for culture of the city of Paris, indicated this Thursday, May 16, that she was working on a protocol concerning “filming authorizations”.

The city of Paris has announced the implementation by early 2025 of a protocol against gender-based and sexual violence for Parisian filming. A proposal made while French cinema is in the midst of the #MeToo wave and the Cannes festival opened this Tuesday, May 14.

“A protocol for filming authorizations”

In 2023, the capital was the setting for 98 feature films for 7,400 days of filming.

“We are currently working on a protocol for filming authorizations,” revealed Carine Rolland, the socialist assistant for culture, this Thursday, May 16, during a press conference organized with the Paris council.

The details will be clarified at a next Paris council meeting in the fall.

“Respect legal obligations”

Carine Rolland, the socialist assistant for culture, specifies that from next year “filming authorizations will only be implemented in exchange for commitments”.

Among the obligations planned, filming must “comply with legal obligations, but also to inform and raise awareness among the teams, to implement internal reporting systems, monitoring and evaluation in the fight against SGBV”.

“All this is still being negotiated” in particular with the help of the 50/50 collective, however, the elected official clarified.

The city has already put in place a charter to improve ecological issues since 2021.

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