Speaking up about rape in a conservative country
In the conservative Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan, many women are afraid to speak up about rape and sexual harassment. But a local campaign - one which predates the MeToo and Time's Up movements - has been urging women not to stay silent. Saina Raisova almost breaks down when she recalls the day she was raped by two men last year. The 26-year-old jumped out of a third floor window in order to escape from her attackers, breaking her pelvis and a heel.