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1873 Marginalization Concept & Types
 
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FINAL PPT GENDER INEQUALITY
 
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What is Gender Inequality? How do we combat it in today;s perspective?
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FINAL PPT GENDER INEQUALITY
 
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What is Gender Inequality?Where does it exist? How can we combat it ?Today;s perspective?
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How Bullying, Harassment, & Discrimination Affect Women at The Workplace?
 
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Learn about various hostile behaviors including bullying, harassment, discrimination and sexual harassment and how these affect women at the workplace. Amarpreet Kaur, Partner at HRhelpdesk.in, insists women to raise their voice against such practices and why companies need to understand that to retain good talent in the long run, they need to provide a conducive work environment which provides safety, dignity, and respect to women.
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Dismantle Patriarchy: Controlling Women's Mobility is a Form of Violence
 
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Physical assaults and acid attacks are not the only forms of violence inflicted upon women. Controlling women's choices, mobility and sexuality are also forms of violence. At Video Volunteers, our Community Correspondents conduct Gender Discussion Clubs as part of our Khel Badal (Change the Game) campaign to dismantle patriarchy. Here's one example of the role of our discussion clubs, and of conversations, at large, in starting to question and challenge patriarchy. This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsletter-sign-up-page/ -YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/VideoVolunteers
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Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi condemns marginalization of poor women
 
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Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi has condemned the marginalisation of poor women by other women considered wealthy, especially as concerns matters of development in his county. Kingi, while officiating the International Womens' day celebrations in Kilifi on Wednesday, urged women to support each other and develop leaders among them.
Просмотров: 325 K24TV
Protective and Positive discrimination: Marginalization and constitutional safeguards in India
 
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Subject:Media and communication studies Paper: Media and Margins
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Podcast: Ending sexual exploitation and trafficking of the most marginalized women and girls
 
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All over the world, and throughout history, the most systemically disadvantaged groups have been overrepresented in sexual exploitation and prostitution. Prostitution is a highly gendered and patriarchal system that disproportionately impacts the poorest women and young children. Victims of incest and sexual violence, indigenous women and children, low caste communities, migrant women and children, and women and girls from ethnic minorities are still the primary victims of sexual exploitation by pimps, traffickers and sex buyers. Speakers: Anjali Daimari, founder of Bodo Women's Justice Forum (India) Jackie Lynne, cofounder Indigenous Women Against Sex Industry, indigenous survivor of sexual exploitation (Canada) Fatima Khatoon, indigenous/adivasi survivor of sexual exploitation (India) Grizelda Grootboom, survivor of sexual exploitation and author (South Africa) Vimal Thorat, co-convenor of National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (India) Jean Enriquez, Executive Director, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific (Philippines) Dee Clarke, founder, Survivor Speak (USA) Soni Soori, indigenous rights activist, Adivasi school teacher turned political leader (India) Rama Reddy, survivor leader, STOP (India)
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Improving gender equality for women in Bangladesh
 
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Bangladesh may not come to mind as a country leading gender equality. But a grassroots organization is empowering women there. CGTN's Rian Maelzer reports.
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Woman labelled 'witch' finally gets justice
 
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Surendra Sharma reports from Aurangabad, Bihar for Video Volunteers. This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsletter-sign-up-page/ -YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/VideoVolunteers
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Gender Discrimination at Workplace
 
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Empowering Bangladesh’s women?
 
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Bangladesh is leading the way for gender equality in South Asia. That's according to the World Economic Forum, which has ranked them highest in the region, for the third time running. But not everyone's convinced they belong at the top of the list. The country boasts an impressive number of female politicians, but gender-based violence is still a massive problem. Almost 90% of married women have experienced domestic abuse. So is Bangladesh really the gender utopia some make it out to be? Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/TheNewsmakers?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewsMakersOnTRTWorld/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_Newsmakers Visit our website: http://trt.world
Просмотров: 575 The Newsmakers
Cairo Cartoon Exhibition highlights discrimination of women
 
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The fourth International Cartoon Gathering opened on Sunday in the Arts Palace in Cairo. This year, it targets the issue of discrimination against women. The gathering chose 500 cartoons drawn by 272 artists from 64 countries, including China, Belgium, Egypt, India, Jordan, Kuwait, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates. Their pieces focused on gender inequality, discrimination and violence against women. And they tackled a variety of relevant issues such as female genital mutilation, teenage-marriage, and marginalization of their role in the community. Chinese cartoonist also sent their artworks about the woman to the Cairo cartoon gathering. The Cartoon gathering is annual and organized by the Egyptian Caricature Association.
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Class 8 Confronting Marginalisation || CBSE ||
 
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The marginalized communities have tried many ways to overcome the discrimination they face through, religious solace, armed struggle, self improvement, education, economic progress. The Constitution of India lays down the principles that make our society democratic. Untouchability is a punishable crime now Like, Share, Comment !! Thanks For Watching ;D
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Since the Revolution: Women’s Rights and Religious Freedom in Egypt
 
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Dr Mona Makram-Ebeid joins Ms Cale Salih, Research Officer at the UNU Centre for Policy Research, for a conversation discussing the influence of Islam on Egyptian society, and the prospects of harmony between religion, politics, and human rights. Through Egypt’s two revolutions — the overthrow of King Farouk in the 1952 coup d’état, and another of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011 — the country has gone from one radical transition to another. Despite these political developments, women and religious minorities continue to struggle for equality and recognition. Though the new constitution guarantees women’s equality, in practice, Sharia law and conservative traditions hamper women’s empowerment. Similarly, Coptic Christians face ongoing discrimination as a marginalised group in a predominantly Islamic society. How can the evolving roles of politics and religion be reconciled with the rights of women and religious minorities in Egypt? About the speaker Dr Mona Makram-Ebeid is a distinguished lecturer of political science at the American University in Cairo. She was a member of the Shoura Council (Egyptian Senate) from 2012 to 2013, during which she also served as the head of the Committee of Social Rights at the National Council for Human Rights. From 1990 to 1995, she was a member of the People’s Assembly (Egyptian Parliament) and served on the Committees of Foreign Affairs and Education. Her other notable roles include Advisor to the World Bank for the Middle East and North African region, Member of the UN Committee for Development Policy, and Advisor to the minister of Manpower and Immigration of Egypt. She has also served on numerous academic boards, including for the British University in Egypt and the Arab Open University (Kuwait). She is a graduate of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (USA), and the American University in Cairo (Egypt).
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New HIV survey: Marginalized people most affected
 
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A new HIV survey conducted in greater Kampala reveals that marginalized groups of people have a higher prevalence of HIV, exceeding the national figure of 6.9% reaching as high as 30% especially among female sex workers. The survey was conducted among the so-called "hidden populations" which include female sex workers, same-sex partners, drug users, refugees and people with speech and hearing impairments. The survey was conducted over a period of two years by the Ministry of Health in partnership with the Makerere University School of Public Health and other partners. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Khanim Latif - Women's Rights Activist in Iraq
 
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Director of Asuda NGO ASUDA’s vision is a world where women enjoy dignity and equal rights and access to resources and opportunities, where all forms of discrimination and marginalization against women have been eliminated, where violence plays no part in women’s lives.
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Transgender Short Film - Karuna
 
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The video provides glimpses of how transgenders are marginalised, ridiculed and ostracized by the community at large. Transgender Helpline: 1800 3000 5110 (Navodaya Movement)
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This Organization Is Fighting For The Futures Of Indigenous Girls In Guatemala
 
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Documentary shot, edited and directed by Connie Chavez Meet Starfish, a Guatemalan non-governmental organization that works with young women from low-income, indigenous communities who have the talent and desire to succeed but lack access to opportunity. Latina traveled throughout the beautiful Central American country to see how the indigenous women-run org is empowering their marginalized community and shattering the patriarchy firsthand. Through its holistic program, Starfish provides access to education, intensive support from peers and mentors, and a diverse knowledge base to ensure that each young woman realizes her full potential and can help in creating systemic change. And it’s working. While in Panajachel, Sololá, we met Candelaria, a young indigenous girl whose dream is to become an English professor. She is a recent gradate of the Starfish program and through their endless support has become the first person in her family to receive a formal education despite the many cultural obstacles. Much like in other parts of the world, indigenous communities in Guatemala suffer from discrimination, marginalization, extreme poverty and conflict, and women and girls often experience the worst of it. That’s why organizations such as Starfish are critical. In the documentary above, learn more about the amazing organization through Candelaria’s personal story.
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Gender Inequality ppt
 
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Voice Project Launched In Nigeria
 
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Voice project has been launched in Nigeria with a renewed determination to take more practical steps to end marginalization and discrimination against women and people with disabilities to achieve sustainable development goals for the benefit of all.
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Don't be a Bystander: 6 Tips for Responding to Racist Attacks
 
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Created by BCRW and members of Project NIA, this video offers an abolitionist approach to bystander intervention that does not rely on the police. The United States has a long history of violence against People of Color, disabled people, Muslims, immigrants, and LGBTQ people. In the current political moment, white supremacists and white nationalists have been emboldened. As a result, public attacks are on the rise. Many people aren't sure how to respond if they witness a racist or transphobic attack. This video provides some tips. Connecting individual acts of violence to a broader systemic analysis, this video is intended to be a resource for activists, students, educators, and anyone who wants to interrupt the violence of white supremacy and anti-blackness. Narrated by Aaryn Lang. Directed and produced by Lewis Wallace and Hope Dector.
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My Leadership Philosophy is guided by Africa's Value of Botho | Alice Mogwe | TEDxGaborone
 
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In a light, but serious manner, Alice Mogwe shares her stories of exclusion. Her journey of self-discovery has led to her three keys to self-leadership. These keys help her navigate her way through an often hostile, judgmental world. She lays bare the core of her being through personal accounts of discrimination, racism, sexism and how central the African value concept of botho is to her identity. Ms Alice Mogwe is the Founder Director of Ditshwanelo, the Botswana Centre for Human Rights. Ditswanelo’s objective is the defense of human rights, in all its forms and mainly in Africa: it fights for political freedoms, abolishing the death penalty, minorities, women's rights and children, homosexuals, immigrants and refugees, deportees, of domestic workers. With a legal background, she served as a consultant to several international development agencies including UNICEF and has been active in the field of gender and development for many years. Amongst the foremost civil society leaders in Botswana, she is a recipient of several international awards recognising her work as a woman leader and promoter of human rights. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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English speakers in Cameroon struggle for equal opportunity
 
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Protests in Cameroon have been ongoing for almost a year now, but they are slowly transforming into a separatist movement. People in the country's English-speaking regions say they are discriminated against and marginalised when it comes to jobs, education, and justice. What will it take to end the unrest? - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Bangladesh: Fighting for gender equality
 
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For the last fifty years, since 1966 when Diakonia was established, our focus has been on people exposed to injustice. We have been working on finding opportunities and co-operations to change their situation. Bangladesh is one of the most populated countries in the world. The livelihood of the people has improved during the last years but the low-lying country is threatened by climate change and the sea level rise. In the third filmclip we meet Sultana Begum, who started to work for Diakonia 1980. A role model who worked for gender equality when nobody else did. Bo Forsberg, Secretary General, who followed her work says that her fight for the rights of women and girls has been invaluable. On our behalf Marika Griehsel, Simon Stanford and Anders Kronborg have produced four documentaries to describe our work, one from each region where we work.
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Dismantle Patriarchy: A Woman's Resolution
 
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Sharda, who lives in Buxar in Bihar, had not heard of the term 'pittrsatta' or patriarchy. But she did know, understand and live through the discrimination and violence that women across cultures and contexts go through. After joining Community Correspondent Tanju Devi's gender discussion club in her village, Sharda has taken a resolution to fight patriarchy, starting in her own home, by teaching her son to carry out household chores like cooking, traditionally reserved for women and girls. This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsletter-sign-up-page/
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Cutting the cycle of poverty and marginalization of Roma youth
 
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Roma young people are trapped in a vicious circle that leads them through high dropout rates in education, child labour, low skills acquisition, difficulty to access and to stay in the labour market, low pay, stereotyping and stigmatization that further push them to the margin of economic activities. This video presents good practices and measures to reduce job discrimination and poverty among Roma youth.
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Professorial Inaugural lecture, Shirley Anne Tate
 
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Putting Feelings into Words: Racism and Wellbeing in Universities Professor Tate explained: “Employee wellbeing is a strategic priority of UK universities and relates to those feelings which can be spoken. To say this already implicates questions of power, governmentality and affective management because of those feelings that are ruled as out of place and unvoiceable. If there is already an unvoiceability regime in place, then only some answers will be recognised as acceptable to voice when asked ‘how do you feel?’ about certain aspects of your life as a Black woman university employee. “Questions about, and answers which speak, the daily racism and racist micro-aggressions experienced by Black women academics will not be asked or recognised. What is interesting about wellbeing as a management strategy is its deracination, its lack of attention to the fact of racism and its negative impacts on the psyches and bodies of Black women academics. What would wellbeing strategies do if, in answer to the question of ‘feeling’, Black women answered, ‘angry’, ‘upset’, ‘marginalised’, ‘racially discriminated against’, or ‘ashamed’?” Professor Tate’s talk will focus on the impacts of this unvoiceable shame and negative feelings associated with institutional silencing. She will also examine the impact of deracination (the assumption that everyone is white, which is the racialised norm) on Black women academics’ wellbeing from the standpoint of having ‘liveable’ lives at work. Professor Shirley Anne Tate joined Leeds Beckett University in April 2017 and has written widely on topics including the body, ‘mixed race’, beauty, and the cultures of skin. The focus of her research is Black diaspora politics and she will begin a new international collaboration this summer, looking into what needs to be done to tackle racialisation across the UK, Sweden, South Africa and Brazil and how National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) play a vital role in national approaches to countering racism. Professor Tate is Patron of Black British Academics, an independent organisation working proactively to enhance race equality across the higher education sector, and Editor of Emerald’s Critical Mixed Race Studies book series.
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Gender & Gender Stereotypes (CH_32)
 
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Subject: Education Course Name: Teacher Education Name of Presenter: Dr Shalini Yadav
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134 Campaign - Prabodha Rathnayake
 
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For 134 years, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning community have been shackled by criminalisation due to a law the British introduced to Sri Lanka in 1883. Why should people be criminalised and marginalised, discriminated and violated for who they love or for who they are? For a free and just society in Sri Lanka, sign the 134 Campaign (https://www.causes.com/campaigns/1064...) today. Urge our Government, urge our fellow citizens that human rights are for all – not for a select few. ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN… Individuals belonging to or perceived as belonging to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community in Sri Lanka have been discriminated, marginalized, harassed and persecuted, for 134 years, by friends, family, law enforcement authorities and Government agencies and society as a whole. A major factor contributing to the alienation of the LGBTIQ community stems from the criminalisation of LGBTIQ persons under sections 365 and 365A of the Penal Code of Sri Lanka. These laws must be struck down now but the Government of Sri Lanka is not convinced there is enough people in this country that worry about this law or want this law stuck off the books. One way in which we are trying to do this is by getting people to sign the online campaign we have launched in March 2016, called the 134 Campaign for the number of years the LGBTIQ community has been subject to all kinds of violence and discrimination. ABOUT EQUAL GROUND… EQUAL GROUND is a non-profit organization that was established in 2004, dedicating its efforts in seeking human and political rights for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community within Sri Lanka. We are committed in creating a safe space for all LGBTIQ persons and providing equal opportunities for self-help including mental well-being, economic, social, cultural and political empowerment, access to health care, education, housing and legal protection for the LGBTIQ community. The LGBTIQ community has been marginalized and discriminated by administrative bodies, groups and institutions and Sri Lankan society as a whole on account of a variety of erroneous presumptions, understandings and views. Furthermore, we also identify that social stigma does not limit itself to the LGBTIQ community but also women, religious and ethnic groups as well. However, we believe Sri Lanka has reached a point in its history that presents a rare opportunity for us for the preservation of rights for all marginalised and discriminated communities. Thus it is of paramount importance that this opportunity is grasped. අපගේ මෙහෙයුම : ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමාජය තුල වාසය කරන සමසේනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමරිසි පිරිමි, ද්විලිංගික, සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින් වසර 134 ක කාලයක් තිස්සේ නොයෙකුත් වෙනස් ලෙස සැලකීම්වලට, කොන්කිරීම්වලට, හිංසනයන්ට මුහුණ දුන්හ. ඒ නීති බලාත්මක කිරීමේ ආයතනවලින් පමණක් නොව රජයේ ආයතනවලදී මෙන්ම තමන්ගේම නෑදෑ හිතමිතුරන් අතින් ද මේ අකටයුතුකම් සිදුවුනි. මෙහිදී සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව කොන්කිරීමට ප්‍රධානව බලපෑ කරුණක් ලෙස දණ්ඩනීති සංග්‍රහයේ 365 හා 365 (අ) යන වගන්ති මගින් සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව සාපරාධීකරණයට ලක් කිරීම දැක්විය හැකිය. මෙම නීතිය දැන් වසර 134ක් පැරණි නීතියක් වේ. මෙම නීති දැන්වත් ඉවත්විය යුතු නමුත් මෙරට මෙම පැරණි නීති නිසා පීඩනයට පත්වුණු බොහෝ දෙනෙකු සිටින බවට රජයට තවමත් ඒත්තු ගොස් නැත. මෙම කරුණ ලාංකික රජයට ඒත්තු ගැන්වීමේ බලාපොරොත්තුවෙන් EQUALGROUND 2017 මාර්තු මාසයේදී දී අලුත් මෙහෙයුමක් '134 මෙහෙයුම' නමින් දියත් කිරීමට බලාපොරොත්තු වෙමු. '134 මෙහෙයුම' ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව හිංසාවට ලක්වූ වසර ගණන මත නම් කෙළෙමු. ආයතනය පිලිබදව කෙටි හැදින්වීමක් : EQUAL GROUND ආයතනය, ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ සමසෙනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමසෙනෙහස් පිරිමි, ද්විසෙනෙහස් , සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, අන්තර්ලිංගික හා ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින්ගේ ආර්ථික, සමාජීය, සංස්කෘතික, සිවිල් හා දේශපාලන අයිතීන් දිනාගැනීම වෙනුවෙන් සටන් කරන ලාභ නොලබන ආයතනයකි. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවට සුරක්ෂිත සමාජයක් ඇතිකරලීමට අපි ඇප කැප වී ක්‍රියා කරමු. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් පුද්ගලයින්ගේ මානසික සුභසිද්ධිය සලසාලිම උදෙසා නොයෙකුත් අවස්ථා EQUAL GROUND හරහා ඇතිකර ඇති අතර ඔවුන් ආර්ථිකමය, සමාජීය හා දේශපාලනික වශයෙන් බලගැන්වීමට අපි කටයුතු කරමු. එමෙන්ම සෞඛ්‍ය පහසුකම්, අධ්‍යාපනය, නිවාස හා නීතිමය ආරක්ෂාවට ඇති ප්‍රවේශයන් පිළිබදව ද අපි ක්‍රියා කරමු. සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවේ සියලුම අනන්‍යතාවයන් මෙන්ම අපට නිරතුරුව සහාය දෙන සමාජයේ සැමදෙනා නියෝජනය වන පරිදි සැකසුනු එකම ආයතනය EQUAL GROUND ආයතනයයි.
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General Election Hustings - Edinburgh - 6:30-8:30pm 30 May 2017
 
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Date: Tuesday 30th May 2017 Venue: 23 Lauriston Street Floor 3 Edinburgh EH3 9DQ Time: Arrival / Registration 6pm (Tea/Coffee) Hustings: 6:30 – 8:30pm. The Equal Representation Coalition is a group of organisations that work to overcome discrimination and exclusion for marginalised and under-represented groups. Members include Engender, Women 50:50, Inclusion Scotland, BEMIS, CEMVO, Stonewall Scotland, Equality Network, and the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights. We are delighted to be joined in this hustings by colleagues from the British Deaf Association. Equality Act 2010, Human Rights Act, ECHR and UN The UK’s commitment to equality and human rights is codified in legislation including the Equality Act 2010, the Human Rights Act, and in our membership of institutions such as the European Convention on Human Rights and the UN Human Rights Conventions. These Acts and institutions are vital safeguards of equal rights and equalities in our society. The Human Rights Act, for example, has played a key role in ensuring the fair treatment of older women in care home and remedy for inadequate investigation of rape. The Equality Act includes anti-discrimination measures in employment, including equal pay, and the provision of goods, facilities, and services. There are a number of sections which have not yet been implemented which would bring further progress, such as a requirement for political parties to gather and report diversity statistics. We are calling collectively for a commitment to: Maintain the Equality Act 2010 and implement in full as soon as possible, maintain the Human Rights Act 1998, and our membership of the European Convention on Human Rights, Council of Europe and United Nations Human Rights Conventions. Candidates: CHAIR Dr. Sally Witcher SNP - Hannah Bardell (Livingstone) LABOUR - TBC LIB DEMS - Tristan Gray (Edinburgh East) CONSERVATIVES - TBC GREENS - Maggie Chapman Hustings Format 6:00–6:30 Tea / Coffee / Registration 6:30–6:40 Intro from chair – welcome and setting the scene 6:40–7:05 Opening statements from candidates (5 mins per candidate) 7:05–7:20 Opening question from chair 7:20–8:10 Open floor (Q+A – Roving Mics) 8:10–8:30 Closing remarks (2 mins per candidate) Key Documents and Manifestos Inclusion Scotland - Manifesto - http://inclusionscotland.org/inclusion-scotland-general-election-2017-manifesto-for-inclusion/ Stonewall - Manifesto - http://www.stonewall.org.uk/sites/default/files/stonewall_uk_general_election_manifesto_2017.pdf Engender - Manifesto - https://www.engender.org.uk/content/publications/Engender-Priorities-GE17.pdf British Deaf Association - Manifesto - https://bda.org.uk/bda-manifesto/#bdamanifesto BEMIS/CEMVO - Race Equality Framework for Scotland 2016–2030 - http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0049/00497601.pdf
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“To live fearless and free”: Kashmiri Girl Defiantly Pursues Cricketing Dreams | Abid Reports
 
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Abid Salam War reports from Kashmir for Video Volunteers. “See I’m wearing the hijab. So what’s the problem now? Why can’t I play?” 22-year-old Insha Bashir Mir is the captain of the Baramulla Women’s College cricket team. nsha and her father have long faced taunts and ridicule from their relatives and neighbours for Insha being a girl who not only plays cricket but does other 'masculine' things like wearing jeans and going outside the house. Read more: https://www.videovolunteers.org/kashmiri-girl-defiantly-pursues-cricketing-dreams/ This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter:
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Oxfam in Tajikistan: Respect every girl’s rights
 
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Oxfam in Tajikistan says ENOUGH to violence against women and girls. This advocacy video is part of their 'Men and Gender' Initiative Project, that works towards eradication of patriarchal gender stereotypes in Tajikistan. Oxfam in Tajikistan participated in this year's 16 Days of Activism by campaigning to put an end to this hidden global crisis that women and girls face throughout their lives; from childhood through to old age. Oxfam’s ENOUGH campaign is a global effort inspired by the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.
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Demo against marginalisation in West Cameroon
 
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The southern Cameroons in Kassel, Germany demonstrated against police brutality, rape,toture and marginalisation against the English speaking people of West Cameroon.We cannot live in peace abroad while our people are under repression!
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Gender Discrimination in religious Practice in Odisha - Anupama reports for Indiaunheard
 
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This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it.’ they give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. See more such videos at www.videovolunteers.org. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change.
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Women Allege Corruption and Gender Discrimination in MGNREGA
 
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Rohini Pawar reports from Maharashtra for Video Volunteers. MGNREGA officials take signatures on blank sheets, leaving women workers in the dark about their records and payment. Read more: https://www.videovolunteers.org/corruption-and-gender-discrimination-in-mnrega/ This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsl... - YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/VideoVolunteers
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The Marginalization of  Conservative Ideologies in Higher Education
 
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The Marginalization of Conservative Ideologies in Higher Education
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Women Should be Younger than Their Husbands and Other Lessons of Patriarchy
 
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Saket is in middle school. But he’s very sure of the reason behind the difference in legal marriageable age of women (18) and men (21). “It is so that women can’t dominate us,” he says with a straight face. Community Correspondent Reena Ramteke interviewed men and women in her community in rural Chhatisgarh across age groups trying to understand how gender discrimination becomes reinforced through socialisation and everyday practices. The result is an engaging melange of opinion that reinforces but also challenges patriarchy. Read the full story here: https://www.videovolunteers.org/women-should-be-younger-than-their-husbands-and-other-lessons-of-patriarchy/ Reena Ramteke reports from Chhattisgarh for Video Volunteers. Read the full story here: This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsl... -YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/VideoVolunteers
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Discrimination Speech
 
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Why Public Health should support the decriminalisation of Sex Work | Georgina Perry | TEDxLSHTM
 
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In her TEDx talk at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Georgina Perry advocates for the decriminalisation of sex work, sharing her experiences of providing services for marginalised people, whose ill-health is perpetuated by the legal, judicial and health systems in the UK. Georgina has over twenty years of experience in health service development and associated research, training and consultancy in both the UK and internationally. She is recognised for her leadership, advocacy and pioneering approach to meeting the diverse range of needs experienced by sex workers in the UK. After 13 years at the helm of a specialist NHS service in East London, Georgina has witnessed on many occasions the culture of disbelief and discrimination faced by sex workers who seek to report crimes against them. Her current role is as CEO for National Ugly Mugs (a safety and criminal justice reporting service for sex workers). She is clear that decriminalisation is the only legislative model that can offer a safer and more just environment and is committed to working in partnership with sex workers and sex work allies to achieve this. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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The Road to Justice gets Rockier
 
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P. Sainath, Founder Editor, People’s Archive of Rural India Part of the University of Michigan Center for South Asian Studies conference, "Seeking Social Justice in South Asia." Recorded on September 22 & 23, 2017. The conference’s aim is to focus attention on stark and persistent political, economic, and social inequalities and the ongoing struggles to address them in contemporary South Asia. The conference will bring together a group of internationally-renowned lawyers, activists, academics, and producers of media (print and multimedia) to consider a range of interconnected struggles for social justice, including religious and ethnic polarization, gender and sexuality, caste politics, minority rights, urbanization and displacement, and media and information access. Presentations will address these issues in the Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani, and Sri Lankan contexts. The conference gives us the opportunity to consider such issues not only in their national contexts, but also in regional and international frames. As such, we hope to be able to consider the following issues: How are struggles for social justice interconnected? That is, what are the common structural causes that produce the varied forms of oppression and social inequality that each of the conference participants works on? We might think of these causes in national, regional, and global terms. Where are the opportunities for solidarity between movements—nationally and regionally? And relatedly, where are the fractures that hinder broad-based coalitions? What are the shared colonial legacies that structure social oppression, injustice, and inequality in South Asia? One place we might focus attention given the expertise of the participants is on the shared inheritance of colonial jurisprudence across these four postcolonial states. What role—if any—can international advocacy play in effecting social justice in South Asia? And relatedly, what role does the international context play in producing and/or buttressing oppression and injustice in South Asia? This conference will take a comparative approach to reflect on the complex cross-border implications of struggles against discrimination, marginalization, and the mechanisms of social exclusion and oppression that shape the lives of millions of people across the region. This conference is made possible by generous support from Ranvir and Adarsh Trehan and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, with additional support from the: Department of History, Department of Anthropology, Global Media Studies Initiative, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Program in International and Comparative Studies, Donia Human Rights Center, Islamic Studies Program, and the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies. This conference is funded in part by a Title VI federal grant from the US Department of Education.
134 Campaign - Madusha Dissanayake
 
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For 134 years, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning community have been shackled by criminalisation due to a law the British introduced to Sri Lanka in 1883. Why should people be criminalised and marginalised, discriminated and violated for who they love or for who they are? For a free and just society in Sri Lanka, sign the 134 Campaign (https://www.causes.com/campaigns/1064...) today. Urge our Government, urge our fellow citizens that human rights are for all – not for a select few. ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN… Individuals belonging to or perceived as belonging to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community in Sri Lanka have been discriminated, marginalized, harassed and persecuted, for 134 years, by friends, family, law enforcement authorities and Government agencies and society as a whole. A major factor contributing to the alienation of the LGBTIQ community stems from the criminalisation of LGBTIQ persons under sections 365 and 365A of the Penal Code of Sri Lanka. These laws must be struck down now but the Government of Sri Lanka is not convinced there is enough people in this country that worry about this law or want this law stuck off the books. One way in which we are trying to do this is by getting people to sign the online campaign we have launched in March 2016, called the 134 Campaign for the number of years the LGBTIQ community has been subject to all kinds of violence and discrimination. ABOUT EQUAL GROUND… EQUAL GROUND is a non-profit organization that was established in 2004, dedicating its efforts in seeking human and political rights for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community within Sri Lanka. We are committed in creating a safe space for all LGBTIQ persons and providing equal opportunities for self-help including mental well-being, economic, social, cultural and political empowerment, access to health care, education, housing and legal protection for the LGBTIQ community. The LGBTIQ community has been marginalized and discriminated by administrative bodies, groups and institutions and Sri Lankan society as a whole on account of a variety of erroneous presumptions, understandings and views. Furthermore, we also identify that social stigma does not limit itself to the LGBTIQ community but also women, religious and ethnic groups as well. However, we believe Sri Lanka has reached a point in its history that presents a rare opportunity for us for the preservation of rights for all marginalised and discriminated communities. Thus it is of paramount importance that this opportunity is grasped. අපගේ මෙහෙයුම : ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමාජය තුල වාසය කරන සමසේනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමරිසි පිරිමි, ද්විලිංගික, සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින් වසර 134 ක කාලයක් තිස්සේ නොයෙකුත් වෙනස් ලෙස සැලකීම්වලට, කොන්කිරීම්වලට, හිංසනයන්ට මුහුණ දුන්හ. ඒ නීති බලාත්මක කිරීමේ ආයතනවලින් පමණක් නොව රජයේ ආයතනවලදී මෙන්ම තමන්ගේම නෑදෑ හිතමිතුරන් අතින් ද මේ අකටයුතුකම් සිදුවුනි. මෙහිදී සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව කොන්කිරීමට ප්‍රධානව බලපෑ කරුණක් ලෙස දණ්ඩනීති සංග්‍රහයේ 365 හා 365 (අ) යන වගන්ති මගින් සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව සාපරාධීකරණයට ලක් කිරීම දැක්විය හැකිය. මෙම නීතිය දැන් වසර 134ක් පැරණි නීතියක් වේ. මෙම නීති දැන්වත් ඉවත්විය යුතු නමුත් මෙරට මෙම පැරණි නීති නිසා පීඩනයට පත්වුණු බොහෝ දෙනෙකු සිටින බවට රජයට තවමත් ඒත්තු ගොස් නැත. මෙම කරුණ ලාංකික රජයට ඒත්තු ගැන්වීමේ බලාපොරොත්තුවෙන් EQUALGROUND 2017 මාර්තු මාසයේදී දී අලුත් මෙහෙයුමක් '134 මෙහෙයුම' නමින් දියත් කිරීමට බලාපොරොත්තු වෙමු. '134 මෙහෙයුම' ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව හිංසාවට ලක්වූ වසර ගණන මත නම් කෙළෙමු. ආයතනය පිලිබදව කෙටි හැදින්වීමක් : EQUAL GROUND ආයතනය, ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ සමසෙනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමසෙනෙහස් පිරිමි, ද්විසෙනෙහස් , සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, අන්තර්ලිංගික හා ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින්ගේ ආර්ථික, සමාජීය, සංස්කෘතික, සිවිල් හා දේශපාලන අයිතීන් දිනාගැනීම වෙනුවෙන් සටන් කරන ලාභ නොලබන ආයතනයකි. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවට සුරක්ෂිත සමාජයක් ඇතිකරලීමට අපි ඇප කැප වී ක්‍රියා කරමු. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් පුද්ගලයින්ගේ මානසික සුභසිද්ධිය සලසාලිම උදෙසා නොයෙකුත් අවස්ථා EQUAL GROUND හරහා ඇතිකර ඇති අතර ඔවුන් ආර්ථිකමය, සමාජීය හා දේශපාලනික වශයෙන් බලගැන්වීමට අපි කටයුතු කරමු. එමෙන්ම සෞඛ්‍ය පහසුකම්, අධ්‍යාපනය, නිවාස හා නීතිමය ආරක්ෂාවට ඇති ප්‍රවේශයන් පිළිබදව ද අපි ක්‍රියා කරමු. සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවේ සියලුම අනන්‍යතාවයන් මෙන්ම අපට නිරතුරුව සහාය දෙන සමාජයේ සැමදෙනා නියෝජනය වන පරිදි සැකසුනු එකම ආයතනය EQUAL GROUND ආයතනයයි.
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Prasad Lakmal (134 Campaign )
 
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For 134 years, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning community have been shackled by criminalisation due to a law the British introduced to Sri Lanka in 1883. Why should people be criminalised and marginalised, discriminated and violated for who they love or for who they are? For a free and just society in Sri Lanka, sign the 134 Campaign (https://www.causes.com/campaigns/1064...) today. Urge our Government, urge our fellow citizens that human rights are for all – not for a select few. ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN… Individuals belonging to or perceived as belonging to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community in Sri Lanka have been discriminated, marginalized, harassed and persecuted, for 134 years, by friends, family, law enforcement authorities and Government agencies and society as a whole. A major factor contributing to the alienation of the LGBTIQ community stems from the criminalisation of LGBTIQ persons under sections 365 and 365A of the Penal Code of Sri Lanka. These laws must be struck down now but the Government of Sri Lanka is not convinced there is enough people in this country that worry about this law or want this law stuck off the books. One way in which we are trying to do this is by getting people to sign the online campaign we have launched in March 2016, called the 134 Campaign for the number of years the LGBTIQ community has been subject to all kinds of violence and discrimination. ABOUT EQUAL GROUND… EQUAL GROUND is a non-profit organization that was established in 2004, dedicating its efforts in seeking human and political rights for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning (LGBTIQ) community within Sri Lanka. We are committed in creating a safe space for all LGBTIQ persons and providing equal opportunities for self-help including mental well-being, economic, social, cultural and political empowerment, access to health care, education, housing and legal protection for the LGBTIQ community. The LGBTIQ community has been marginalized and discriminated by administrative bodies, groups and institutions and Sri Lankan society as a whole on account of a variety of erroneous presumptions, understandings and views. Furthermore, we also identify that social stigma does not limit itself to the LGBTIQ community but also women, religious and ethnic groups as well. However, we believe Sri Lanka has reached a point in its history that presents a rare opportunity for us for the preservation of rights for all marginalised and discriminated communities. Thus it is of paramount importance that this opportunity is grasped. අපගේ මෙහෙයුම : ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමාජය තුල වාසය කරන සමසේනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමරිසි පිරිමි, ද්විලිංගික, සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින් වසර 134 ක කාලයක් තිස්සේ නොයෙකුත් වෙනස් ලෙස සැලකීම්වලට, කොන්කිරීම්වලට, හිංසනයන්ට මුහුණ දුන්හ. ඒ නීති බලාත්මක කිරීමේ ආයතනවලින් පමණක් නොව රජයේ ආයතනවලදී මෙන්ම තමන්ගේම නෑදෑ හිතමිතුරන් අතින් ද මේ අකටයුතුකම් සිදුවුනි. මෙහිදී සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව කොන්කිරීමට ප්‍රධානව බලපෑ කරුණක් ලෙස දණ්ඩනීති සංග්‍රහයේ 365 හා 365 (අ) යන වගන්ති මගින් සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව සාපරාධීකරණයට ලක් කිරීම දැක්විය හැකිය. මෙම නීතිය දැන් වසර 134ක් පැරණි නීතියක් වේ. මෙම නීති දැන්වත් ඉවත්විය යුතු නමුත් මෙරට මෙම පැරණි නීති නිසා පීඩනයට පත්වුණු බොහෝ දෙනෙකු සිටින බවට රජයට තවමත් ඒත්තු ගොස් නැත. මෙම කරුණ ලාංකික රජයට ඒත්තු ගැන්වීමේ බලාපොරොත්තුවෙන් EQUALGROUND 2017 මාර්තු මාසයේදී දී අලුත් මෙහෙයුමක් '134 මෙහෙයුම' නමින් දියත් කිරීමට බලාපොරොත්තු වෙමු. '134 මෙහෙයුම' ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාව හිංසාවට ලක්වූ වසර ගණන මත නම් කෙළෙමු. ආයතනය පිලිබදව කෙටි හැදින්වීමක් : EQUAL GROUND ආයතනය, ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ සමසෙනෙහස් ස්ත්‍රීන්, සමසෙනෙහස් පිරිමි, ද්විසෙනෙහස් , සංක්‍රාන්ති සමාජභාවී, අන්තර්ලිංගික හා ලිංගික අනන්‍යතාව හා ස්ත්‍රී පුරුෂ සමාජභාවය ප්‍රශ්නභාවී පුද්ගලයින්ගේ ආර්ථික, සමාජීය, සංස්කෘතික, සිවිල් හා දේශපාලන අයිතීන් දිනාගැනීම වෙනුවෙන් සටන් කරන ලාභ නොලබන ආයතනයකි. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවට සුරක්ෂිත සමාජයක් ඇතිකරලීමට අපි ඇප කැප වී ක්‍රියා කරමු. ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය සමසෙනෙහස් පුද්ගලයින්ගේ මානසික සුභසිද්ධිය සලසාලිම උදෙසා නොයෙකුත් අවස්ථා EQUAL GROUND හරහා ඇතිකර ඇති අතර ඔවුන් ආර්ථිකමය, සමාජීය හා දේශපාලනික වශයෙන් බලගැන්වීමට අපි කටයුතු කරමු. එමෙන්ම සෞඛ්‍ය පහසුකම්, අධ්‍යාපනය, නිවාස හා නීතිමය ආරක්ෂාවට ඇති ප්‍රවේශයන් පිළිබදව ද අපි ක්‍රියා කරමු. සමසෙනෙහස් ප්‍රජාවේ සියලුම අනන්‍යතාවයන් මෙන්ම අපට නිරතුරුව සහාය දෙන සමාජයේ සැමදෙනා නියෝජනය වන පරිදි සැකසුනු එකම ආයතනය EQUAL GROUND ආයතනයයි.
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Intersectionality | Nicole Ong | TEDxYouth@GMIS
 
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In her talk, Nicole has shed light on the ever-ambiguous word called Intersectionality, and how it pertains to us all. Deriving from her personal beliefs and values, she talks about the existence of many different women like her spanning the four oceans, illustrating the variety of people that have been marginalised by the idea of an ideal woman. "For a small girl with an averaged sized brain and no talent to be able to live this long is quite an achievement so get me dem recognition" A strong pursuing equality advocator in the body of a 5ft female student. Since a young age, I have been strongly exposed to many different cultures of many varying individuals so I got to see a lot of people's opinions in matters such as discrimination against race or gender etc. It irks me that even the simple concept of tolerance is still not adopted in the minds of many people. I yearn to be one of the people to be able to help others understand the importance of equality and to break the stereotypical norm of what it truly means. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Women's Legal Centre - Non-recognition of Muslim Marriages 3
 
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Why are we focused on Muslim women? Watch this clip to understand the extreme vulnerability of Muslim Women in South Africa. The Muslim Marriages case must be seen within our own historical context and how intersecting issues of class , race, gender impact on the daily realities of Muslim women married in terms of legally unrecognised Muslim marriages. Muslim women in South Africa have multiple forms of intersecting identities which all impact on their lives. This case therefore cannot be seen though one marginalised lens which is religion. Muslim women in SA have endured systematic injustice and inequality within society and the State has an obligation in terms of our constitution to address the historical and intersectional discrimination perpetuated against Muslim women.
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Gender | Domestic violence in Charabati, Odisha - Mamta reports for Indiaunheard
 
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This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it.’ they give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. See more such videos at www.videovolunteers.org. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change.
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Former University of Alabama Grad Student on Jeff Sessions Anti-LGBTQ Record
 
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http://hrc.im/StopSessions #StopSessions Senator Sessions has spent a lifetime in public service devoted to proudly denying equality and justice for LGBTQ people. As Attorney General of Alabama and as a U.S. Senator, Jeff Sessions has not only ignored every opportunity to protect the LGBTQ community from violence, discrimination, and marginalization, but he has actively used his positions to stand against equality for LGBTQ Americans in nearly every form.
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التهميش مضرّ بالصحة: قصة ريما و أختها سارة
 
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المثلية الجنسية ليست مرضًا نفسيًا. التعرّض المزمن للضغط يضع المثليات والمثليين في خطر التعرّض لأمراض نفسيّة. الدعم العائلي هو عامل حماية من امراض الصحة النفسية. التهميش مضرّ بالصحة. Homosexuality itself is not a mental illness. Being subjected to chronic stress puts LGBT people at a higher risk of having mental health issues. Support from family is a protective factor against having mental health issues. Marginalization is bad for health. Actress: Yara Bou Nassar Produced by: Publivision Creative Director and Animation: Jessica Azzar
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Protest To Condemn the Discrimination against the Hazaras in Afghanistan
 
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Join the protest in Canberra upon President Ghani's arrival to condemn systematic discrimination against the Hazaras in Afghanistan.
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When Children ‘Perform’ Gender
 
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Shankarlal Raikwar reports from Uttar Pradesh for Video Volunteers. Shankarlal was in his teens when he started acting in all female roles, as part of his village theatre troupe. “Some people would tease me. There are all sorts in the society, what can you do?” he says. In this video, he explores how children exaggerate ‘femininity’ and ‘masculinity’ when performing gendered actions. Read more: https://www.videovolunteers.org/when-children-perform-gender/ This video was made by a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent. Community Correspondents come from marginalised communities in India and produce videos on unreported stories. These stories are ’news by those who live it’ and give the hyperlocal context to global human rights and development challenges. Take action for a more just global media by sharing their videos and joining in their call for change. Video Volunteers is a community media organisation which has directly impacted the lives of more than 1.5 million people in India by initiating and sustaining a global community media movement - empowering people by giving them a voice. Watch and read more stories from marginalised communities at www.videovolunteers.org Connect with us! - Facebook: www.facebook.com/VideoVolunteers/ - Twitter: www.twitter.com/videovolunteers - Subscribe to our newsletter: https://www.videovolunteers.org/newsletter-sign-up-page/ -YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/VideoVolunteers
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