November 25 is the World Day against Violence against Women. We, like you, condemn all types of violence, but there is one type of violence that goes unnoticed and yet affects the vast majority of women: violence against women. violence against motherhood, with discrimination and harassment. An anti-natalist violence which takes place especially, and more markedly, in the work environment, is the so-called maternal mobbing  63% of Spanish women suffer from and which causes a lot of intense suffering because it affects not only her but also her family.

This silent violence occurs in society, in politics and in taxation. Our environment rejects motherhood and pushes women to reject it as well, causing personal frustration and depression.

The latest INE survey, published in 2019, indicates that 3 out of 4 women would like to have at least 2 children. But they have not been able to have them.

Do you sign the  Manifesto Against the Harassment of Motherhood? you can read it below

We are going to collect signatures and deliver to the Ministry of Equality and Employment a Manifesto that highlights this violence against motherhood and demands the immediate adoption of concrete measures.

And we are also going to bring them some of the testimonies that you are sending us. Because if we don't tell, you don't know, and if you don't know, nothing gets done.

Surely you know someone who has been affected in some way by this violence. Because she let herself be dragged down and did not want to have children and now mourns it in silence, or perhaps because she has suffered maternal mobbing or you simply cannot afford to have more children because there is no fiscal and social policy to help you. Maybe you are even that person....

Sign here the Manifesto against the Harassment of Motherhood and share it with your contacts.

It is one more step in this long-distance race that, with your help, we are going to win.

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 Manifesto against the Harassment of Motherhood


On the occasion of the Day against Violence against Women, from Women of the World condemn all forms of violenceespecially that produced within the home, a privileged place for full personal development. 

And we affirm that there is also other violence, an invisible violence that nevertheless affects the vast majority of society: violence against motherhood. For this reason,

We affirm that:

1.      Women are not discriminated against today, in the West, because she is a woman but because she is, or can be, a mother.


2.      Motherhood - the family after all- is undervalued in the workplace that lives with its back turned to the vital reality of the workers. This leads to a high degree of personal frustration and a very serious drop in the birth rate, which, in the case of Spain, has reached 30 % in the last decade.[1].


3.    Motherhood allows the development of human capabilities that are a plus in personal development and career performance.The company is not responsible for any temporary loss that may result from maternity leave.


4.      A very high percentage of women, 63% in the case of the Spanish ones[2]has suffered harassment at work because they are mothers.


5.      Exclusive dedication to the family is also a cause of discrimination against women because of their maternity. now which is condemned to social death and its invaluable contribution as a social engine is systematically ignored.


And we demand:

1.      Legislative recognition of maternity harassment (maternal mobbing) as a specific figure of employment discrimination against women on the grounds of their maternity as proposed by the European Parliament Resolution of September 11, 2018.[3].


2. Taking the necessary measures to prevent labor discrimination due to maternity and to favor the recognition of the family as a social, personal and professional benefit. Some of our proposals are:

§  Promotion and tax incentives for flexible working hours real and intensive working hours, teleworking, part-time hiring and reduction of working hours.

§  Have at your disposal 24 hours a year for family matters without justification.

§  Promotion and incentives for the creation of day care centers in the workplace.

§  Extension of maternity benefit up to week 24 to facilitate WHO recommendations regarding the importance of breastfeeding during the first 6 months of a baby's life.

§  Compliance with the constitutional principle of tax contribution according to capacity, which requires weighting taking into account children and per capita income.

3.      The creation of a registry of persons with exclusive dedication to the family. that grants eligible receivables for retirement and sick leave purposes for sickness and maternity leave, as requested by the European Parliament in the Resolution of 13 June 2016.[4]and that would also translate into tax reductions for companies that hire those who have them in order to favor their reincorporation into the labor market.



[3] Parr. 39 of the Resolution of 11 September 2018 on measures to prevent and combat sexual and psychological harassment in the workplace, in public spaces and in the political life of the Union: P8_TA(2018)0331.

[4]  Calls on the Member States to introduce "care credits", through labor and social security legislation, for both sexes in the form of equivalent periods during which pension rights can be accruedto protect those who have temporarily left the labour market to provide unpaid informal care for dependants or family members and to recognise the value to society as a whole of the work of these carers; European Parliament resolution of 13 June 2016 on creating favorable labor market conditions for the reconciliation of private and professional life (A8-0253/2016, point 34).