Thousands protested in Santiago on Monday, marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. People also gathered to protest against Chilean President Sebastian Pinera.
Footage shows protesters, some of them topless, dancing and chanting, holding signs reading «Don't insult me for the body I have. It's a day of no-violence between us as well» and «For a summer without... Еще [Chilean President Sebastian] Pinera.»
Police were seen using water cannon to disperse some of the protesters.
Protests in Chile were triggered in October by the now-suspended metro fare hike and fuelled by frustration with Pinera's policies and perceived rising inequality.
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was established by the UN and is marked around the world annually on November 25.