Violence against women grew in the state capital; research points out the most dangerous neighborhoods.
Violence against women grew in the state capital. This is what shows the 2019 Map of Social Inequality, published this Tuesday, 5, by Rede Nossa São Paulo. According to the survey, made with data from 2018, homicides of women increased 167% throughout the city, and occurrences of violence by 51%. The districts of Sé and Barra Funda concentrate the highest occurrence rates in both indicators.
Also, one of the main highlights is the average age at which people died in 2018. While in Moema this value is 80.57, in Cidade Tiradentes, it is 57.31, accounting for more than 20 years of difference between the two districts. The data from ten different areas and 53 indicators show the reality of the districts of the state capital through the "inequality meter," which shows the difference between the best and the worst region.
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