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Gender Inequality in India
 
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We call our society modern but still many areas and influenced by the orthodox thinking about Gender Equality. Women can contribute to the society as much as a man can do and this video shows about the barriers faced by women and how some of them overcame the situation and marked their names in history.
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Marginalised - The Thing About...Art & Artists - Sukran Moral
 
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Sükran Moral is one of the most disputed and prominent figures on the European art scene. Since the beginning of the 1990s she has made a name for herself through her uncompromising performance art and powerful installations, which among other things has led to death threats against her in Turkey. Moral’s art deals among other things with forced confinement. How weak individuals in a society are discriminated against and abused by others. Violence against women in particular is a repeated them in Moral’s art, but she also works with other marginalised groups who live on the edge of society, such as the psychologically ill, prostitutes, transsexuals and refugees. With her direct and provoking performances Moral breaks with the customs and taboos that dictate how and where a woman can act, which is what makes her performances so intense and original. Moral is one of contemporary art’s most powerful and political voices right now. http://sukranmoral.com
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A reflection on International Womens Day
 
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March 8, 2017: Sonas daoibh ar fad ar Lá Idirnáisiúnta na mBan...This is a time for us to reflect on what it means to be a woman in Ireland today. This week, we have been reminded again of how women and their babies were treated by society, the State and religious institutions. We would all like to think that discrimination against and marginalisation and alienation of women no longer exists.
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Carrie Gracie tells MPs  the BBC is in real trouble over equal pay
 
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Carrie Gracie, the BBC's  former China editor, made a series of damning claims about the corporation's management in an extraordinary hearing with MPs, saying they were not living up to the BBC’s values and had briefed against her by claiming she worked part-time. She said women were being made to feel belittled and their work was being marginalised. Her comments will increase the pressure on the BBC over pay equality, which began last summer when the broadcaster’s pay list revealed that two-thirds of its best-paid on-air staff were men. Gracie resigned as China editor in January in protest at the 'secretive and illegal' pay culture at the BBC Subscribe to Guardian News ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub BBC in real trouble over equal pay, Carrie Gracie tells MPs ► https://www.theguardian.com/media/2018/jan/31/bbc-in-real-trouble-over-equal-pay-carrie-gracie-tells-mps Support the Guardian ► https://theguardian.com/supportus The Guardian ► https://www.theguardian.com The Guardian YouTube network: The Guardian ► www.youtube.com/theguardian Owen Jones talks ► http://bit.ly/subsowenjones Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Sport ► http://bit.ly/GDNsport Guardian Culture ► http://is.gd/guardianculture Guardian Science and Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech
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Don't Talk To Feminists - MGTOW
 
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Don't Talk To Feminists - MGTOW MGTOW Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMMf21bLRQw Hi EVeryone Sandman Here, This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and here's what he has to say: "Hi Sandman, Thank you so much for all your hard work. Your explanations have clarified so many things that happened to me in the past. MGTOW for life. I wanted to get your thoughts on a conversation I had with a feminist who, up to this conversation, seemed to be rational. She asked me about mens rights issues and what they are. She said that all she could find were, in her words, woman hating material. I said that because men and women are born with different reproductive organs, woman are born with the privilege to choose when they become parents, men however do not have that legal right, they are entirely at the mercy of women. A man can be made a father without his consent and this is allowed under the law. A women can't under the law. There are no laws with tampering with a condom and inseminating herself with his sperm, thus negating the point of a dna test to resolve a conflict. An easy solution would be to pass a law requiring all individuals to obtain proof of consent of another person before expecting them to be legally responsible for a child. I also explained about family courts. I explained in terms she would understand, or so I thought. I said that in a divorce, the person who earns more is discriminated against. The courts pick the person who spends more time with the children, with an exception made for when that person earns more than the other. An easy solution to this would be to pass a law requiring the courts to make a differentiation between two people fit for parenthood who don't want to be in a relationship anymore, and a divorce where at least one is unfit. I thought the suggestion about a change in divorce law would be agreed, since I was talking about people who earn money, and she thinks men and women are capable of earning as much as each other. Her response was disappointing and caused me to question the female mind even more. This was a woman who spoke of issues rationally, didn't shy away from criticising females who behave immorally. She spoke of mens issues like mental health with compassions and without judgement. However, when I specifically pointed out that if feminist don't discriminate against men and arent sexist, this will be the most important issue and they will prioritise these two issues over less important issues like helping young girls realise thay can choose any career thay want, or complaining about how women are shown in movies, her response was basically 'thats too hard to solve, ill pick these easier topics'. It seems even a feminist who seems to care about fairness and equality will rationalise the marginalisation of men in a way that removes her guilt, while still expecting others to do something about the issues important to her. My question can be summarised as this: If a person doesnt sound sexist but acts sexist, can they really have any argument against being called sexist? Thanks again." Well Mr. Anonymous thanks for your donation and topic. I'll answer your question in the second half of this video but first I want to discuss your comments regarding you trying to reason with a feminist. 10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.
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🇨🇳 What's it like being black in China? | The Stream
 
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In recent years China has made sweeping forays into parts of the world where economic and diplomatic opportunities abound, not least the African continent. Meanwhile, China has long attracted African migrants seeking to make their fortune, with the port city of Guangzhou a particularly compelling destination for people hoping to run lucrative businesses. But now the long-term future of Guangzhou’s ‘Little Africa’ looks shaky amid an ongoing immigration crackdown focusing heavily on those from Africa. Visa requirements for people from African nations are more stringent than for those from other parts of the world, and often confusingly applied - leaving many in legal limbo. Many Africans say xenophobia is at the root of the immigration clampdown and that it is another facet of the everyday racism they face in China. The racial abuse that black people in China face runs the gamut - from being merely tolerated by disgruntled local people, through being actively marginalised or seen as ‘exotic’, to the extremes of being called ‘dirty’ and ‘diseased’. Black people from countries beyond Africa have also faced discrimination in major tourist destinations such as Beijing and Shanghai. Unwelcome stares, being pointed at, demands for photographs are a common experience. In some instances, black people have been prodded and touched without being asked, as if a curiosity. Meanwhile, the representation of black people within Chinese media remains problematic. Racist caricature within advertisements, television programming and art exhibitions has arrested attempts to foster inclusivity. How can China make the experience of black visitors and residents more positive? We’ll ask that question in The Stream. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/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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My Experience as a Woman + Woman of Color in the Workforce | #FriendlySisterlyAdvice
 
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Open for all the info!! 🖤 . . . . . *DISCLAIMER* If you choose to leave a vile, ignorant comment on my channel, I will choose to block you. Intelligent debate is welcome. Today I'm chatting with y'all about my experience and advice being a woman + woman of color in the workplace. The purpose of me sharing my experience is to provide my viewpoint and hopefully help you feel not alone if you're going through something similar. My intention is to simply share (although not as severe as others may have experienced) and so if you too experience something similar in the workforce, you will not be totally blindsided. In the end, we all share the same world so spread peace and love! It does not matter what color your skin is or how light/dark it may be, what truly matters is your heart, integrity, character and morals. I would love to hear from y'all: what experiences have you gone through. how do you deal with discrimination and how can we each make a difference? Woman of color (as defined by The Women of Color Network http://www.wocninc.org): The political term “women of color” surfaced in the violence against women movement in the late seventies to unify all women experiencing multiple layers of marginalization with race and ethnicity as a common issue. If you need some friendly sisterly advice, leave them in the comments below or send them over on my social media and I'll do a video! What I'm wearing: Microblade brows by Amy Pollard Brow Studio https://www.instagram.com/apbrowstudio/ Eyelash extensions Lashed by Kasia https://www.instagram.com/lashed.by.kasia/ Lush cold shoulder blouse (old) HRH Collection Braided Rope Necklace https://shophrh.co/collections/necklaces/products/delicate-layering-necklaces?variant=48685468565 Jump, jump... jump around: 02:18 Physical bias 04:45 Intangible qualities bias 07:53 Bias in the workplace 13:26 Advice on how to deal with it all Camera: http://amzn.to/2yQn2mJ #FriendlySisterlyAdvice ----------------------------MUSIC-------------------------------------- Song #1: Ukulele by www.bensound.com ----------------------------GET IN TOUCH------------------------------ Email: hello@stephienese.com Blog: www.stephienese.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephienese Instagram: http://instagram.com/stephiemills Juicy's IG: https://www.instagram.com/juicythepugweenie Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephienese Snapchat: stephienese Let's be pen pals! PO Box 180122 Arlington, TX 76096 ----------------------------DISCLAIMER------------------------------ All opinions are my own and are from my personal experiences/ observations. They are not on behalf of any company. I'm just sharing to provide a different perspective. Base your opinions on what is true for yourself. Products linked from ShopStyle and Amazon are affiliate links. I earn a small commission if you click/buy. If you choose to use them, I appreciate it!
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SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN: Climate, Culture, and Consequences
 
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SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine A Consensus Study Report of The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Welcome Remarks by L. RAFAEL REIF, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology A Panel Discussion with SHEILA WIDNALL, (Report Co-Chair), aerospace researcher and Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ANITA HILL, MIT Research Affiliate; Professor, Brandeis University PAULA JOHNSON, (Report Co-Chair), President, Wellesley College September 18th • 3-4PM, Q&A to follow • Building 10-250
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Beiruti women march for greater freedoms
 
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(11 Mar 2018) LEADIN: Hundreds of women and men have taken to the streets of the Lebanese capital in support of women's rights. Those protesting demanded greater freedoms and political involvement for women. STORYLINE: On the nearest weekend to International Women's Day, these people are calling for more rights for women in Lebanon. They are calling for changes for women such as greater political, social and sexual freedoms. They are also calling for the protection of women against discrimination. Women have been marginalised both politically and socially in Lebanon. The proportion of women occupying parliamentary seats, for example, is low. Neaamat Badreddine is taking part in the protest. She is a candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections in Lebanon. Badreddine says there is still a long way to go for Lebanese women. "The Lebanese woman should prove herself through the elections and through her power in expressing her points of view. She should use all its capacity and efficiency to prove her existence," she says. One of the protesters Claude Aziz says it's vital that more women get into politics. "Women should be in decision-making positions, so they would be able to help all the women," she says. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c91d87fab8ca6802206f13697fbc393c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Female Political Representation under Authoritarianism
 
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The Arab world has one of the lowest rates of women’s political representation at 17 percent, compared to 40 percent in Nordic countries and 27 percent in both Europe and the Americas. Whereas previous explanations for women’s political underrepresentation in the region has mostly focused on socio-economic and cultural factors, our understanding of the effect of the existing autocratic structures on women’s access to political power continues to be fairly limited. Little or no scholarly attention was paid to the impact of the politics of authoritarianism on shaping not only women’s numerical presence in national legislatures (i.e., descriptive representation), but also, their legislative behavior and policy priorities once in office (i.e., substantive representation). The talk will shed light on some of these aspects while explicating the dynamics of women’s membership in legislative committees across the MENA region. Marwa M. Shalaby is the Fellow for the Middle East and Director of Women’s Rights in the Middle East Program, Rice University, Texas. Her research is in the field of comparative politics and research methodology, with a concentration on Middle Eastern politics, gender politics and democratization. Her ongoing research investigates the dynamics of female political representation in the MENA region. She is the PI for the Governance and Elections in the Middle East Project (GEMEP) and she has published extensively on the topic. Her research is supported by the Women's Rights in the Middle East Endowment, the Boniuk Institute, the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy (American University of Beirut) and the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Her book, The Evolving Role of Women after the Arab Spring, is co-edited with Valentine Moghadam and published with Palgrave Macmillan. Currently, she is working on a book manuscript investigating the impact of authoritarianism on shaping women’s access to political power in the Arab world.
Laws, Social Status and Economic impact of Sexuality and Gender Construct in Indian Mythology
 
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This talk was presented at On Saturday, 19 May 2018, during the week of International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB), at ‘National Solidarity Event: The Law Isn’t Straight!’ organised by India HIV/AIDS Alliance (www.allianceindia.org) and the Vidhi Center for Legal Policy (www.vidhilegalpolicy.in) under the Samarth Programme addressing stigma and discrimination towards persons with marginalised sexual and gender identities. This is Devdutt Pattanaik's Official YouTube Channel. Do Subscribe. Follow Devdutt on: Website: https://www.devdutt.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/devduttmyth/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/devduttmyth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/devduttmyth/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/devduttpatt... LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devduttmyth/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/devduttmyth/
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The Best of Hasan Minhaj - Muslim Ban, Women’s Soccer & Canada | The Daily Show
 
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The Daily Show looks back at Hasan Minhaj’s sharpest moments covering President Trump’s Muslim ban, the fight for equal pay in women’s soccer and Canada’s response to Syrian refugees. Subscribe to The Daily Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwWhs_6x42TyRM4Wstoq8HA/?sub_confirmation=1 Follow The Daily Show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDailyShow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedailyshow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedailyshow Watch full episodes of The Daily Show for free: http://www.cc.com/shows/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah/full-episodes Follow Comedy Central: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ComedyCentral Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ComedyCentral Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/comedycentral About The Daily Show: Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.
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Leader - Asiya Nasir (Politician/ Christian Pakistani Woman)
 
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Feature Documentary Film with English Subtitles: We have produced a series of five different feature documentaries which is focusing only marginalised women from different segments of Pakistani society. Actually we want to give them a tribute and sensitize Pakistani conservative society that they are also vital part of Pakistan and they are contributing equally like other women in the progress of Pakistan. In this regard we selected women from sports, education, bureaucracy, politics and from differently able section, who achieved a lot in spite of facing so many discriminations. Moreover they are tolerating such hurdles and positively and selflessly contributing their input for making Pakistan great. Our main objective is to mainstream Pakistani marginalised women (Non-Muslims & Physically Challenged but Talented Women) and to make Pakistan’s society balanced, inclusive, stable and pluralist. The overall objective of our films is to contribute to the realisation of equal citizenship through women’s empowerment and active participation in public life. *Moreover we have to shoot/ record the whole documentary's stuff within one day due to lack of time/ resources. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * Error Free Alternative Video Link Of The Same Documentary: Part 1/2 http://dai.ly/k4EoYo0dTzbSrwn2PWg Part 2/2 http://dai.ly/k5MzgpZpFW5b7tn3YQW
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Boss - Azubah Azim (Bureaucrat/ Christian Pakistani Woman)
 
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Feature Documentary Film with English Subtitles: We have produced a series of five different feature documentaries which is focusing only marginalised women from different segments of Pakistani society. Actually we want to give them a tribute and sensitize Pakistani conservative society that they are also vital part of Pakistan and they are contributing equally like other women in the progress of Pakistan. In this regard we selected women from sports, education, bureaucracy, politics and from differently able section, who achieved a lot in spite of facing so many discriminations. Moreover they are tolerating such hurdles and positively and selflessly contributing their input for making Pakistan great. Our main objective is to mainstream Pakistani marginalised women (Non-Muslims & Physically Challenged but Talented Women) and to make Pakistan’s society balanced, inclusive, stable and pluralist. The overall objective of our films is to contribute to the realisation of equal citizenship through women’s empowerment and active participation in public life. *Moreover we have to shoot/ record the whole documentary's stuff within one day due to lack of time/ resources. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * Error Free Alternative Video Link Of The Same Documentary: http://dai.ly/k5ejpH7YNrXs3in2jUo
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gender roles in media
 
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This video is about gender roles in media
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Fearless activism for human rights in Myanmar: Cheery Zahau wins N-Peace Awards 2017
 
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“When I was in school, my teacher turned to me and said, “Your future will be in jail if you continue to question everything I teach you. You are at the doorsteps of prison”,” remembers Cheery Zahau. As a child, Cheery felt the discrimination against both women and marginalised groups in society hard. Cheery is ethnically Chin and grew up in a remote Chin village in the Sagaing region, Myanmar. The Chin community, along with other ethnic nationality communities, have long contested the Bamar-dominated state over the distribution of power and resources in their country. The conflict has resulted in numerous widespread human rights violations. As a child, she was separated from her family who had followed her teacher father into exile and safety in India. Cheery stayed behind in boarding school, where she found herself confronting her teachers about the information they were presenting and the textbooks they were reading. Why did they only teach Burmese history? Why did they not teach Chin, or Shan, or other ethnic histories too? Why did she have to work harder than all the boys to receive half the recognition? In the classroom, like in wider Myanmarese society, critical thought was not encouraged. The status quo was not one that would easily be challenged. At the age of 17, she also fled to India and re-educated herself about her ethnic history and culture, consulting books that had been banned in her homeland. Surrounded by a community of Chin refugees and armed with new knowledge about the socio-political affairs of her people, she decided to volunteer with the Chin Women’s Organisation (CWO) to teach Chin refugee children. She also became a news editor for a quarterly bulletin focusing on women’s issues, and, with the support of her colleagues, collected and chronicled articles written by ordinary Chin women who did not have opportunities to contribute to male-dominated publications. In 2004 at the age of 22, she and her CWO colleagues decided Chin women had to be transformed into drivers of change. She founded the Women’s League of Chinland with nine other Chin women’s organisations to try to provide services for women. She also supported the coordination of leadership training for Chin women refugees, education programmes, and health and nursing programmes so that women could go on to support basic health services in their communities. The League began documenting human rights violations relating to Chin women (including sexual violence and forced labour) to ensure their stories were recognised. Cheery is the co-author of ‘Unsafe State’, a report containing first-hand research on systemic sexual violence against Chin women. She has become a prominent advocate for gender equality – both inside Myanmar and in the Chin people’s vast diaspora – and has trained thousands of women and men on human rights, gender equality, and political awareness. “Social stereotypes around gender are an added burden for women,” says Cheery. “They are often the ones that have to fend for their children. Women are not often given a voice or a safe space where they can talk openly about the difficulties or violence they face. Ensuring their stories are documented provides some form of protection and representation, in both the legal and historical sense.” Cheery has political ambitions. She ran for office during Myanmar’s general election held in November 2015. As a member of the Chin Progressive Party, she contributed her thoughts on human rights issues during the framework drafting process for a national political dialogue. She also regularly provides consultations for non-government organisations, using her comprehensive knowledge of political, social and economic issues. “Human rights cannot be separated from me,” she says. “It forms an integral part of my being and thought. Whatever it is that I do in the future, it will be built on a strong foundation of human rights. To achieve peace in my country, we need to implement political and social change from the ground upwards and enforce the rule of law fairly for everybody. Women have to be involved in this transformation at every stage. This is what we need to continue pushing for.” Find out more about N-Peace Network visit: www.n-peace.net
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In Depth - SC/ST Act: Debate explained
 
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The Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act protects marginalised communities against discrimination and atrocities. On March 20th, 2018, the Supreme Court framed certain guidelines to prevent misuse of the Act. In particular it ruled against automatic arrest of any accused under the law. It also introduced the provision of anticipatory bail, asserting that public servants can't be prosecuted without the approval of the appointing authority. The ruling however led to protests across the country with Dalit groups claiming that the Supreme Court order weakens the SC/ ST law. Experts say that two key facts - the high rate of atrocities on Dalits and an abysmally low rate of conviction - have not been taken into account in the SC order. In our episode today, let's understand the provisions of the SC/ST Act, what the new SC guidelines are .... and the reason why India needs an Act to protect the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes even in the 21st century Anchor: Teena Jha
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WATCH! - Rape Victim By Pastor Testifies (Omotoso rape trial) PART 3
 
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Minority Rights in International Law
 
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Subject : Human Rights and Duties Paper : P-06. Rights of Minorities and other Marginalised Groups
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Talking  over  the  cup  of  the  cafe
 
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Interviews in Vranje deal with research and mapping of citizens' awareness, attitudes, and prejudices when it comes to understanding and accepting the existence of problems related to discrimination, marginalization, and vulnerability that is present in society but ignored by the society itself. Mapping is one model that opens the possibility of communication, conversation and positive discussion, which has no educational character, but more therapeutical, to discuss the problems without the direct attention of removing the obstacle of stigmatization. Mapping is also the definition of problems that require solutions. The focus of the interviews in Vranje was on gender equality, discrimination against women, issues related to marginalized and vulnerable groups in the community, which maintained close ties in the smaller cities, but also very strong prejudices of patriarchal values that hamper adapting to modern times and more humane relations towards women, youth and vulnerable groups. "Talking over the cup of the cafe" as we called these actions, were aimed at creating a habit of gathering people of various professions and different generations, organizing themselves with actors in the media, social and health institutions and organizations, and establishing interactive communication. The exhibition "Miniatures of the Solitude" is one of the forms of art therapy to which Milica Fleissigova (photographer) tends in her private life and is part of another exhibition of the "Mirrors' of a mirror" by Edvina Romanovic Hudeck (artist) that was exhibited in Vranje and Belgrade. These two exhibitions with the topic of solitude show different approaches to the themes and the application of art as therapeutic and educational tool.
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THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN UNDER THE LAWS APPLICABLE IN NIGERIA
 
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Domestic Violence: is any act of force applied on women, the gender question here implies that there is a disparity in the victimization and experience of violence between male and female. While the male are the major perpetrators of this crime of violence, the female are usually on the receiving side. We are looking at act of violence against women in Nigeria when you talk of act of violence it could be violence in the society it could also be domestic violence, the act of violence could be physical, emotional, and psychological when we talk of emotional violence we are talking of act of emotional battery, act of denial of social economic rights, forceful ejection from home this are all various acts of emotional violence we also can look at physical violence where we discovered that a woman in a home setting is usually battered beaten by the husband this is what we called wife battering this is a specific example of physical violence in the home and this is very common in our society domestic violence that is act of violence against woman in the home is very common in this part of the world and this is not unconnected with the fact that women are usually discriminated against and we often tell women when you are going through domestic violence when your husband beat you regularly please speak out we have heard of various examples of women that went through domestic violence and eventually died in the course of this domestic violence so instead of tolerating and killing yourself in silence we implore you women out there when you are been beaten by your husband please speak out, you can speak out your mind to a Human Right Non-governmental Organization (NGO). You can speak out to a counselor or confide in a Pastor if you have one or any psychologist they can counsel you but we implore you not to keep quiet because silence could lead to death we have heard of various examples of men that beat up there wife consistently and they eventually died, on a regular visit to the prison in Kirikiri maximum Prison where people who are awaiting trials for murder or people who have been convicted of murder when you visit this Prison you will discover that about 90 percent of Women or Men are waiting trials for murder are people who fought with their spouse and in the course of fighting either accidentally or somehow the Husband or the Wife died we say this is not good for psychology of both the Woman and the Man, we implore you women if you are undergoing violence in your home you are been beaten regularly or your husband is dining you domestic social economic right and domestic peace please speak out it does not necessarily mean that speaking out will lead to dissolution of that marriage there is a law in Lagos State to rehabilitate victims of domestic violence and eventually bring back the couple, so do not run away, hide or keep quiet and die in silence speak out because your safety, security and your life depends in speaking out and if you notice that somebody around you is going through that violence sexual harassment, domestic violence or battery please you also can help the society by calling a help line visit our facebook, twitter, instagram, website, and our blog please like, follow and share us. The laws of this Country both the Domestic laws and the International laws all this laws protect Women against violence there is in Lagos State the law against domestic violence that is provision of domestic violence law 2007 in all other State there are also similar laws that tend to protect women against violence we also have at the national level what we called Violence Against All Persons Prohibition Act 2015 (VAP). This Act is very comprehensive it protects Women not just Women Men alike every citizen of the country is protected against violence and when we talk of violence we meant violence in the society which include discrimination, marginalization, battery, Sexual Abuse, Forceful Rejection from Home, Harmful Widowhood Practices, mutilation of genitals of girl child all this are various forms of Physical violence against women we are saying that in any of this that you find yourself the law of the land is available to avail you protect you against such act all you need to do is to contact a Human Right Lawyer or a Human Right Organization in your vicinity that will help you to go about the enforcement of your right are you been threatened by your landlord the law protect you nobody as the power to reject forcefully from your home, if your landlord will need to reject you from your home he needs to go to the Court and issue proper quit notices if your husband will reject you from the home he needs to go through the law and do the proper thing.
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Trailer , The Great Betrayal
 
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The Good Friday agreement may have brought an end to military action by the terrorist groups but the men and women, who for 30 years stood in the front line of democracy and upheld the rule of law and worked within it, now find themselves exposed, Blair’s government deliberately hung the security forces out to dry to appease the IRA and leaving them exposed to prosecution while absolving the IRA of its crimes and putting them beyond the law. How can it be right for one side in a peace process to be given protection while the other is not The betrayal of our security forces continued under Cameron, as he bowed his head (one hopes in shame for his government’s callous and cynical behaviour) at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, the following Monday, Armistice Day, he tossed a seriously ill elderly veteran Dennis Hutchings to the IRA to keep negotiation going in the province ! When it is clear that the security force veteran community is being deliberately marginalised and discriminated against by the National Broadcaster and abandoned by the Government, we need to tell our own story in our own words! We need to democratise the visual image and as such ask for your support to raise money through our crowd funding page. This money will allow us to pay professionals to film and edit our story and for the first time tell you, the public, what really happened in the 30 years of IRA sectarian warfare. The sacrifice of those who served there and try to get to the real cost “of the acceptable level of violence” which is how the political classes deemed our losses! New estimates put the real casualties at between 16 to 20,000 service and police losses! This includes the new figure that estimates the death at 1,600 in province and subsequent suicides and other related deaths. This is in line with the new statistical cost to the civilian population, in which it is now believed 500,000 people directly suffered because of the SF/IRA inspired war and its fall out. Please donate to my JustGiving Crowdfunding Page and help make it happen: The Great Betrayal Thanks for your support https://home.justgiving.com/?utm_id=3&utm_term=EG88qx626
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Widows and the custom of untouchability
 
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Shanti Baraik reports from Gumla, Jharkhand 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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You will respect Julius Malema after watching this interview
 
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Thank you for watching, hope you enjoyed the video, make sure to leave a comment and subscribe to stay up to date with SA politics. Dangerous or derogatory comments disclaimer! We believe in freedom of expression, constructive comments and healthy debate that furthers the conversation and opens dialogue to new ideas and perspectives among our subscribers. With that said, any comment that contains any of the following will be deleted and any user, who continuously goes against the below-mentioned with their comments, will be blocked from the channel. Language that: • Threatens or advocates for harm on oneself or others; • Harasses, intimidates or bullies an individual or group of individuals; • Incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization. • Threatens someone with real-life harm or calls for the attack of another person • Singles out someone for abuse or harassment. • Promotes terrorist acts, including recruitment, or that celebrates terrorist attacks Our aim is to make this channel a safe environment for anyone and everyone.
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Photos show Aboriginals shackled in chains - News
 
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Ashocking photograph of Aboriginal men lined up, shackled with heavy chains around their necks, and being guarded by white men armed with rifles is just one of many confronting images captured in the late 1800s. Black and white photos have emerged showing the cruel treatment of Indigenous Australians at the hands of white settlers in the late 1900s. Other harrowing pictures depict Aboriginal men and boys chained together, standing or sitting, wearing just a cloth around their waists. The photos, taken between 1890 and the 1930s, show Aboriginal prisoners being captured moments after being caught committing petty crimes such as killing cattle. The raw images show rows of chained Indigenous people standing under the shade of a tree with police men and 'Aboriginal trackers' pictured with four huge rifles. Police were paid per indigenous prisoner and cruelly brought them into jail using chains. While some Aboriginal prisoners are captured working on a boat, other prisoners were forced to lay railways in Derby, Western Australia. In early Australia, incarceration was used as a tool to weaken the Aboriginal Australians and they were often arrested for petty crimes such as stealing and killing cattle. The confronting collection of photographs show Aboriginal prisoners across the country, from on board ships to working on wharf rail lines and chained to railway wagons. One of the photos is captioned 'native prisoners on N2', which is believed to be a ship, shows 12 Aboriginal men lined up with chains to their necks, dressed in rags. Two white men were photographed leading one Indigenous prisoner by a chain alongside three horses and whip in hand around 1910. At least 22 Aboriginal prisoners are seen to be chained together while standing in a shallow river of water wearing a cloth around the groin region. Another image shows a white man dressed in a shirt and trousers holding a chain that is connected to two elderly looking Indigenous prisoners. A chilling image shows one lonely Aboriginal man standing in chains as he leans against a tree with a piece corrugated iron at the stump of the tree as well as a hat and pile of cloth. A line of Indigenous men were photographed at the turn of the century wearing chains during their transit to jail, surrounded by what appears to be white first class citizens. The haunting photos show the disturbing history and abuse of aboriginal people in the early twentieth century. Australia is marking their ten year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). One decade ago, the declaration was passed to combat the discrimination, marginalisation and human rights violations of the 370 million Indigenous people living in more than seventy countries today. A decade since this landmark legislation, shocking images of entrapped Indigenous Australians emerged, serving as a reminder of the dark past and oppression that was suffered.
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Cameroonian Military at it again 2
 
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The military of Cameroon under the command of 86yr old Dictator Paul Biya killing Anglophone unarmed civilians, young and old right inside their house. In this video, you will see a young girl killed together with her sister right inside her home in Mbonge village - SW region Cameroon. Also killed is a father and his 2 sons, 7yr old and 13yr old, right outside the door of their own home. It is reported that the 86yr old kleptocrate has promised full immunity to his military as they embark on their genocidal plans on the Anglophones of the NW & SW regions of the country. Cameroon is 80% French speaking (Francophones) and 20% English speaking (Anglophones). For the last 6 decades, the Anglophones of the country have been discriminated against, marginalised and killed the Government of dictator Paul Biya who has been in power since 1982. These attrocities must be exposed.
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Breaking News! Kah Walla's Women protesters arrested earlier have been free in Yaounde!
 
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Kah Walla's Women protesters arrested earlier have been free. Kah Walla is a fighter though fighting in a wrong field but she is a hard thorn in the Biya's. Among all those hungry politicians in Cameroon she is the only one hungry to really change that Cameroon. When the anglophone people protest, they are being beaten, killed an refused amnesty or even refuse to be released just take a look at the anglophone man who died in the hospital after being in kondengui for more than a year. Marginalization an discrimination in Cameroon, when shall it end??? Please Share! Please Share!
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Nurse Maggie
 
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Nurse Maggie is a poignant documentary that looks at the extraordinary life of Australian nurse and 'Order of Australia Medal' recipient, Maggie Sister and the work she undertakes with some of India's most discriminated against people in leprosy colonies in Orissa. The film asks what drives her to do this confronting work, and it takes a physical journey with Maggie through the most inaccessible and marginalised areas of India. As the film unfolds it becomes clear that through helping others Maggie has been able to emotionally transform her own tumultuous life and discover a true sense of self-worth.
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Jacflash visits Sistering!
 
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Subscribe to join the Jacflash fam!! https://youtu.be/mj7xzaKabkM Sistering is a multi-service agency aimed at supporting women in Toronto facing poverty, marginalization, and homelessness. Women at sistering are battling a range of difficulties including mental health problems, substance abuse, run-ins with the criminal justice system, lack of access due to immigrant/refugee status, and more. At Sistering, a small team of women work tirelessly to offer a 24/7 drop-in, that provides shelter, hot meals, crisis intervention, harm reduction, and trauma-informed counselling services. They also make referrals for housing, health, and legal and immigration services. Fitness by Jacflash is providing Sistering.org with support and supplies for the 500 women they serve each day. Our goal is to not only raise awareness amongst the #fitnessbyjacflash community, but to also provide sistering with both in-kind and financial donations. Your financial donations enable Sistering to offer practical and emotional resources to women who experience homelessness or precarious housing, trauma and violence, social isolation, discrimination, substance use or need mental health support. Women find ways to heal, to build communities of trust, and make changes in their lives because of your ongoing dedication and commitment. From April 15th to May 15th, you can make a donation directly to Sistering when you check out for any of our workshops, just add the amount you can give to your cart at checkout. In addition, we'll be accepting donations of the following items at all #fitnessbyjacflash workshops: - gently worn clothes and undergarments - makeup (preferably unopened) - face cream - body lotion - sanitary napkins and tampons - deoderant - hair products and accessories To learn more and to see how YOU can get involved, contact jaclyn@jacflash.net or visit sistering.org
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🇦🇺SEPARATION of CHURCH & STATE by PM Tony ABBOTT & Steve Cioccolanti | FUTURE of Australia
 
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Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott appears in an interview with Christian Pastor Steve Cioccolanti. A Great Awakening has started in 2018 in America & Australia! God is raising up leaders both in politics & in the Church who refuse to allow discrimination against Christians, intolerance of faith, marginalization of traditional values, perversion of children's education, and the criminalization of dissent. "Safe schools" is not safe for children. "Gender theory" is attacking the biological reality of gender. "Tolerance" for alternative lifestyles has become intolerance of the nuclear family. "Diversity" has been usurped by radicals to enforce conformity to the ideology of a few. Help us wake up the church and the country by spreading the truth! This shining light of truth in a dark world is made possible by your support of and purchases at Discover Ministries. GET THE TRUTH series (3 DVDs + 2 CDs): https://discover.org.au/bookshop/index.php?route=product/search&keyword=Truth%20about WAKE UP TO NEW TIMES & SEASONS (1 DVD): https://discover.org.au/bookshop/dvd-singles/wake-up-times-seasons-stay-fresh-ministry-DVD THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SUPER BLUE BLOOD MOON (1 DVD): https://discover.org.au/bookshop/dvd-singles/almond-tree-revelation-super-blue-blood-moon A CHRISTIAN TOUR OF ISRAEL (1DVD): https://discover.org.au/bookshop/dvd-singles/end-times/a-christian-tour-of-israel-DVD DONALD TRUMP'S JERUSALEM STRATEGY (1 DVD): https://discover.org.au/bookshop/dvd-singles/end-times/donald-trump's-jerusalem-strategy Would you like to connect by social media? INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/stevecioccolanti FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/discoverministry/ TUMBLR https://www.tumblr.com/blog/discoverministries TWITTER https://twitter.com/cioccolanti BLOG http://cioccolanti.org Would you like to receive our E-NEWS? http://www.discover.org.au/subscribe Would you like to advance the Christian Message of Jesus Christ in Australia and beyond? http://www.discover.org.au/GIVE
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WATCH! - Rape Victim By Pastor Testifies (Omotoso rape trial) PART 2
 
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We Are Here  - A Story of Jesus and The Unseen Roma
 
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For centuries, the Roma or Romani have arguably been one of the most misunderstood people groups on our planet. Rumors have long persisted about these mysterious people who blow into town to seduce men and women, and steal everything in sight, including children. How can a people group of over 20 million worldwide stir up such controversy and debate about its identity and origin? How can the world have turned a blind eye to a population this large? They are debatably one of most oppressed, marginalized, despised, and neglected people groups ever to exist in humanity. Forgotten and dehumanized at every turn. Told they are nothing and nobody. This is the message that wallpapers the heart of a Roma. But what if they were to encounter Jesus? In September 2016, four members of the nonprofit The Good Story traveled to Bekes, Hungary to attend a historical gathering of 180 Roma and non-Roma leaders from over 30 countries. A few years prior to this trip we learned about this massive people group and their desperate plight against marginalization. One Roma bemoaned that until someone let them tell their story nothing was going to change. Our name came up as a ministry that platforms those with no opportunity or means to share their story, so we traveled to Hungary to see for ourselves. After six days, many interviews and a visit to a Roma village church, “We Are Here” was born.
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Voice Philippines National Linking and Learning Summit 2018
 
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The Voice Philippines Linking and Learning National Summit was held on September 29-31, 2018 at the Club Balai Isabel in Talisay, Batangas. The summit is an annual event that brings together all Voice grantees and relevant stakeholders to reflect, share, discuss, learn and collaborate on certain aspects and issues of civic participation and empowerment of the marginalized groups and people in the Philippines. The Voice Philippines Linking and Learning National Summit is divided into 4 components: 1. Team / Community Building 2. Joint Subnational Communities of Stakeholder: Development of National Learning Questions 3. Communications Planning 4. National Communities of Practice Learning Session -- Find out more about the Voice Philippines community organizations and help us with your cause. - Peace and Sustainable Development Movers, Inc. - Bantay Kita: www.bantaykita.ph/ , https://www.facebook.com/BantayKitaPH/ - Coalition of Services of the Elderly, Inc. (COSE), http://www.cose.org.ph/, https://www.facebook.com/coalitionofservicesoftheelderlyNGO - OND HESED Foundation, Inc., https://www.facebook.com/pages/OND-HESED-Foundation-Inc/164463183713670 - Mindanao Peoples' Peace Movement (MPPM), www.tri-people.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/Mindanao-Peoples-Peace-Movement-MPPM-181675918556499/ - Women's Legal and Human Rights Bureau, Inc. (formerly Women's Legal Bureau, Inc.) , wlbonline.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/womenslegalbureau/ - Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific (CATW-AP), www.catw-ap.org.ph/ , https://www.facebook.com/catwasiapacific/ - Philippine Task Force for Indigenous Peoples' Rights (TFIP), www.philtfip.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/taskforceindigenouspeoplesrights/ - Bidlisiw Foundation, Inc., http://bidlisiwfoundation.org/index.php/contac-me , https://www.facebook.com/BidlisiwFoundationInc/ - Cameleon Association Incorporated, https://www.cameleon-association.org/entreprises/ , https://www.facebook.com/cameleonphils/ - Asia Indigenous Peoples Act Foundation with BAI Indigenous Women's Network in the Philippines as local Partner, www.katribu.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/BAIindigenouswomen/ - Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP), https://www.cdp.org.ph/ , https://www.facebook.com/cdpfi/ - Yakap sa Kaunlaran ng Bata Inc (YKBI), www.yakap-sla.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/YakapsaKaunlaranngBata/ - Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA), http://www.cpaphils.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/cpaphils/ - Child Alert Mindanao (CAM), Inc. , https://www.facebook.com/Child-Alert-Mindanao-148838588496174/ - Mt. Palaopao Upper Mangima Tribal Communities (MPUMATRIC), Inc. - GAYON Albay LGBT Org. Inc., https://www.facebook.com/GAYON-Albay-Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-and-Transgender-organization-132213203457005/ - Islands of Southeast Asia Network on Male and Transgender Sexual Health Philippines, Inc. (ISEAN Philippines Inc.), http://isean.asia/ , https://www.facebook.com/isean.asia/ - Cordilleran Youth Center Inc. For College Editors Guild of the Philippines - Cordillera Chapter, https://www.facebook.com/cordilleranyouthcenter/ - APCOM with TLF Share as Local Partner, https://apcom.org/, https://www.facebook.com/apcom.org/ , http://www.tlfshare.org/ , https://www.facebook.com/TLFShare/ -- On the Voice Programme Voice is an innovative grant facility that supports the most marginalised and discriminated people in ten low- and lower-middle income countries in Africa and Asia. It aims to amplify and connect thus far unheard voices in efforts to leave no one behind. Voice is an initiative of and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands as part of their overall policy framework ‘Dialogue and Dissent’ and is executed by a consortium between Oxfam Novib and Hivos. For more information, you may visit https://www.voice.global/about-us/who-we-are/ -- On the Voice Linking, Learning and Facilitation Grant The VOICE Programme, in its aim to “leave no one behind” hopes to provide grantees and relevant stakeholders with opportunities to talk, share and understand each other’s work and views in safe and inclusive spaces where people can speak up and leave with new ideas through linking and learning activities. Every country where Voice is implemented has a linking and learning organization. For the Philippines, it’s YGOAL Inc. YGOAL Inc. is a social enterprise with a portion of its earning going back to its core purpose which is to provide free and quality services to youth-led and youth-serving organizations in the country. YGOAL provides the following consultancy services: (1) program design (2) training and development (3) impact assessment and (4) human resource support.
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Women beaten up by 'upper' castes in Maharashtra
 
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Rohini Khandare reports from Risod, Maharashtra 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!
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Putting Down Roots: The forest communities fighting climate change
 
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Forests cover 30% of the land on Earth. It’s easy to mistake them for a wilderness, but the majority of the world’s forests are in fact inhabited. And although these communities might live thousands of miles apart... almost all share one thing in common. For centuries, they have been discriminated against and marginalised. But as the links between forests and our climate become ever more apparent, will we finally enable forest communities, so long treated as obstacles to progress, play a leading role in the fight against climate change? To find out more about forest restoration read: www.fern.org/returnofthetrees
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Jimmy Carter | Opening Plenary | SkollWF 2018
 
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Jimmy Carter speaks at the Opening Plenary at the Skoll World Forum. Jimmy Carter was born in rural Georgia in 1924 to a farmer/businessman and a registered nurse. Most of Carter’s childhood neighbors were poor African-Americans, and though his father supported segregation, many of Carter’s friends were the children of black farmhands. Early on, he learned of marginalization and unjust distribution of resources. He attended public schools and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, rose to the rank of lieutenant, and served as senior officer of the pre-commissioning crew of the second nuclear submarine. After his father’s death, Carter returned to Georgia to run the family farm and business, and quickly became a community leader. He served in state politics and, as Georgia’s governor, advocated for civil rights. In 1977 he became the 39th president of the United States. He helmed peace treaties in the Middle East, crafted significant environmental protections, and created a new Department of Education. He opened the Carter Center in 1982 to resolve conflict, promote democracy, protect human rights, and prevent disease. The Center spearheaded the international effort to eradicate Guinea worm disease—poised to be the second human disease eradicated in history. Every year since 1984, Carter has volunteered a week with Habitat for Humanity, building and repairing thousands of homes in 14 countries. He has authored 31 books, ranging from personal history and fiction, to urgent polemics and poetry. As a clarion voice for the disenfranchised, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002. In recent years he has turned his keen and compassionate eye to what he calls the number one human rights abuse: systematic injustice against women and girls. “Women are key agents of the change we need,” he said recently. “When half the world’s population is not consulted on important decisions and policies, it is no wonder that so many problems persist.” About the Skoll World Forum: Each year, nearly 1,000 of the world’s most influential social entrepreneurs, key thought leaders, and strategic partners gather at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School to exchange ideas, solutions, and information. The Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship is the premier international platform for advancing entrepreneurial approaches and solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. Connect with the Skoll Foundation: Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/skollfoundation Website: http://skoll.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/SkollFoundation Facebook: http://facebook.com/skollfoundation
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5. Protection from discrimination
 
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Discrimination on the basis of religion or belief is banned and states have a duty to protect people from discrimination in society. Examples from around the world illustrate the forms discrimination can take. The fifth of 9 short films in our basic learning package on freedom of religion or belief produced for the Freedom of Religion or Belief Learning Platform, in collaboration with a wide range of human rights and faith based actors.
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UN SECURITY COUNCIL TO DEBATE ON A MEETING OF CAMEROON AND THE AMBAZONIA CONFLICT
 
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UN Security Council said they never have meetings on Cameroon an are doing a favor because is not on their agenda an becuz 30 Members of congress wrote to them. UN Security council will be willing to hold an Info briefing at a working level with Cameroonian Dispora including Rep of Cameroonian American council to hear their concerns and share how to US mission is monitoring the situation in Cameroon.
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Mam' Khawula (EFF) Cracks Up Parliament
 
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RSS violence against Vadayambady Dalit protest
 
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Vadayambady RSS violence against Dalit protest media people seriously injured Asianet News - Kerala's No.1 News and Infotainment TV Channel Check out the latest news from Kerala, India and around the world. Latest news on Mollywood, Politics, Business, Cricket, Technology, Automobile, Lifestyle & Health and Travel. More on asianetnews.com Subscribe to Asianet News YouTube Channel here ► http://goo.gl/Y4yRZG Website ► http://www.asianetnews.com Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/AsianetNews Twitter ► https://twitter.com/asianetnewstv
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If you don't want to stay in the 'other room', mobilse to vote in 2019 - Obasanjo tells
 
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-Nigerian women have been advised to mobilise girls and the youth to register as voters and obtain voter card to enable them vote in 2019 - He said participating in the electoral process was the only way women would not be consigned to the other room- The former president also claimed he was he was the first president to appoint nine women into governmentFormer president Olusegun Obasanjo has advised women to mobilise girls and the youth to register as voters and obtain voter card to enable them vote in 2019 elections.Obasanjo said that participating in the electoral process was the only way women would not be consigned to “the other room” or the kitchen.He stated this in a keynote address on “My Understanding of Women Aspiration in Business and Nation Building’’ on Friday, July 20, in Ibadan.He said he was the first president to appoint nine women into government.The programme was organised by Initiative for Information, Arts and Culture Developments in Nigeria and the American Corner Jericho, Ibadan.“No nation will become great when half of her population ends up only in the kitchen and the other room or get disproportionately discriminated against in the higher echelon of corporate management and in governance.“The women represent a tool for positive change, depending on how they are treated and the levels of opportunities given to them to actualise their potential.“The progress and development of any nation, I must say, is equal to the quality of women in that society,” he said.The former president said that having worked with several women of virtue, “women as they are, lighten the space of governance’’.He, however, blamed women for self-exclusion in the governance structure and processes.“The country must stand to make a difference on the issue of gender inequality; the girl-child, like their male counterparts, must be allowed to have a say in the decision that affects their future.’’Obasanjo charged women to take a quick look at history and understand how they had marginalized themselves, especially as the 2019 elections gathered steam.“Women should know that they suffer double jeopardy when the wicked or the clueless rule. Women and their children are usually direct and indirect victims of ill-governance and poor leadership.“Since independence, over 57 years ago, no woman neither occupied the highest office nor the second highest office in the land.“Likewise, no woman has occupied the seat of Senate President and no woman has been elected governor of a state.“Negotiate and seize the hour before they turn the table against you in 2019. This is my take: we should all rise from this meeting today and say to ourselves `enough is enough,” he said.Chairman of the event, Prof. Bolanle Awe, recounted how in 1976, Obasanjo constituted 50-member committee without including any woman and which had laid the foundation for women marginalization in the political structure of the country till date.Ms Darcy Zotter of the Department of Public Affairs, US
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Iran news in brief, March 10, 2018
 
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Iran news in brief, March 10, 2018 Iran: Armed assault by Suppressive Forces on thousands of Protesting Farmers Thousands of farmers in Eastern Isfahan, including fed-up farmers of Varzaneh city, on Wednesday morning, March 9, rallied to protest against the regime for refusing to give them the ‘right to water’. Furious farmers parked their tractors on both sides of the road and marched toward Varzaneh water pumping station on Yazd road. Farmers chanted: "Do not be afraid, do not be afraid we are all together"; "Rights- seekers are labeled as saboteurs "; "Shame on you with your management; Shame on you and your so called justice"; "Death to the irresponsible authorities." The riot guards attacked farmers to prevent them from moving forward and approaching the water facilities, threw tear gas at them, and targeted them by bullets. International Women's Day 2018 - Belgian Parliament A meeting was held in the Belgian Parliament to commemorate the International Women’s Day and in solidarity with Iranian women. The meeting was chaired by Els Van Hoof, MP. Many speakers endorsed the struggle of Iranian Resistance for democracy and women’s rights under the leadership of opposition leader Maryam Rajavi. Amnesty: Iranian Rights Activists Enduring 'Appalling Treatment' In Jail Amnesty International says two Iranian human rights activists are enduring "appalling treatment" in a prison outside Tehran. In a statement on March 9, Amnesty International said Atena Daemi and Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee were being held in "unsanitary conditions" in the Shahr-e Rey prison, on the outskirts of Tehran, and their access to the outside world was being "severely restricted." London-based Amnesty International called for the "women's immediate and unconditional release." UN: Human Rights Violations in Iran Have Gotten Worse The United Nations said that the human rights situation in Iran has gotten considerably worse since its previous report in August, citing executions (including of juveniles), discrimination against women and other marginalised groups, corporal punishment, free speech restrictions, and arbitrary arrests. The UN report reads: “The late Special Rapporteur [Asma Jahangir] had observed a worrying picture developing in the human rights situation in the Islamic Republic of Iran since the issuance of her last report in August 2017. Iran: Teacher's Union Leader Violently Detained, Wife Says A member of the board of directors of the Teacher’s Trade Association of Tehran was battered and violently detained on Saturday, March 3, his wife has disclosed in an interview. Teachers’ rights activist Mohammad Habibi was arrested in front of the school where he teaches. His wife, Khadijeh Pakzamir, stated, “Habibi was beaten up again when the security agents dragged him to ransack his home. “I have not received any information about my husband’s whereabouts and health condition since they took him away,” Ms. Pakzamir said, adding, “About mid-day, when the children were leaving the school, several plainclothesmen, without presenting their IDs, approached my husband, waved an alleged arrest warrant and told him he was under arrest.” Ms. Pakzamir insisted that she was deeply worried for her husband’s life. Recently, at least six prisoners lost their lives behind bars in Tehran and city of Arak, central Iran. Authorities claimed all of them committed suicide. Iranian regime does not recognize independent trade unions and treats their activists as “dissidents” directed by “foreign enemies”.
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#GetRealIndia | Dalit Assaulted In Gujarat For Wearing Shoes & Gold Necklace
 
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Two Dalit boys were stripped and thrashed in Jalgaon district of Maharashtra for allegedly swimming in a well owned by an upper caste farmer. In another news from, a dalit in Gujarat was assaulted for allegedly wearing a shoes and gold necklace. ___ About Channel: India Today TV is India's leading English News Channel. India Today YouTube channel offers latest news videos on Politics, Business, Cricket, Bollywood, Lifestyle, Auto, Technology, Travel, Entertainment and a lot more. Stay tuned for latest updates and in-depth analysis of News from India and around the World! ___ Subscribe To India Today : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYPvAwZP8pZhSMW8qs7cVCw _ Follow us: Official Website: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IndiaToday Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IndiaToday
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How Buhari is marginalising half of Nigerians, women - NIM - Daily Post Nigeria
 
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The Nigerian Institute of Management has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of marginalising about half of the country’s population.  NIM anchored it’s accusation on Buhari’s failure to appoint a significant number of women into his cabinet.  The President and Chairman of Council, NIM, Prof Olukunle Iyanda said this at the Annual Women in Management and Leadership Conference 2018 in Abuja on Wednesday  Iyanda noted that more women were appointed into the cabinet of former President Goodluck Jonathan than in Buhari’s current cabinet.  According to Iyanda, “Women accounted for about 33 per cent of (former) President Jonathan’s cabinet, while the corresponding figures in President Buhari’s cabinet have declined by almost 50 per cent to 19 per cent.  “What these figures portray is that about half the population of Nigeria is marginalised and not enabled to contribute its quota to the development of the country.”  Iyanda also noted that in the private sector, women filled an average of only 22 per cent of board positions and 15 per cent of executive positions in companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.  “The question might be raised as to why the society should worry about the gender gap in leadership positions. Generally, companies with more women than men on their boards are more profitable. In addition, the United Nations says that when women work or lead, economies grow.  “It is therefore obvious that the discrimination against women and their consequent under-representation in leadership positions negate the development process. It is thus in the interest of any organisation or country, indeed of humanity, to ensure an equitable representation of women in their top decision-making and management positions,” Iyanda added.
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Police discrimination complaint filed by Arab American Civil Rights league
 
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A police discrimination complaint was filed by the Arab American Civil Rights league.
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Ableism and Ageism in the Animal Rights Vegan Movement - Geertrui Cazaux [IARC2018]
 
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Ableism and ageism is social prejudice and discrimination respectively on the basis of abilities and age. The presentation will look at these issues, from three angles: How does ableism/ageism against humans intersect with ableism/ageism against other animals? What about ableism and ageism in the animal rights/vegan movement and in activism? What issues can we take into account to be an inclusive movement? How can we reach accessible activism beyond *tokenism*?
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Iran news in brief, March 10, 2018
 
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Iran news in brief, March 10, 2018 Iran: Armed assault by Suppressive Forces on thousands of Protesting Farmers Thousands of farmers in Eastern Isfahan, including fed-up farmers of Varzaneh city, on Wednesday morning, March 9, rallied to protest against the regime for refusing to give them the ‘right to water’. Furious farmers parked their tractors on both sides of the road and marched toward Varzaneh water pumping station on Yazd road. Farmers chanted: "Do not be afraid, do not be afraid we are all together"; "Rights- seekers are labeled as saboteurs "; "Shame on you with your management; Shame on you and your so called justice"; "Death to the irresponsible authorities." The riot guards attacked farmers to prevent them from moving forward and approaching the water facilities, threw tear gas at them, and targeted them by bullets. International Women's Day 2018 - Belgian Parliament A meeting was held in the Belgian Parliament to commemorate the International Women’s Day and in solidarity with Iranian women. The meeting was chaired by Els Van Hoof, MP. Many speakers endorsed the struggle of Iranian Resistance for democracy and women’s rights under the leadership of opposition leader Maryam Rajavi. Amnesty: Iranian Rights Activists Enduring 'Appalling Treatment' In Jail Amnesty International says two Iranian human rights activists are enduring "appalling treatment" in a prison outside Tehran. In a statement on March 9, Amnesty International said Atena Daemi and Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee were being held in "unsanitary conditions" in the Shahr-e Rey prison, on the outskirts of Tehran, and their access to the outside world was being "severely restricted." London-based Amnesty International called for the "women's immediate and unconditional release." UN: Human Rights Violations in Iran Have Gotten Worse The United Nations said that the human rights situation in Iran has gotten considerably worse since its previous report in August, citing executions (including of juveniles), discrimination against women and other marginalised groups, corporal punishment, free speech restrictions, and arbitrary arrests. The UN report reads: “The late Special Rapporteur [Asma Jahangir] had observed a worrying picture developing in the human rights situation in the Islamic Republic of Iran since the issuance of her last report in August 2017. Iran: Teacher's Union Leader Violently Detained, Wife Says A member of the board of directors of the Teacher’s Trade Association of Tehran was battered and violently detained on Saturday, March 3, his wife has disclosed in an interview. Teachers’ rights activist Mohammad Habibi was arrested in front of the school where he teaches. His wife, Khadijeh Pakzamir, stated, “Habibi was beaten up again when the security agents dragged him to ransack his home. “I have not received any information about my husband’s whereabouts and health condition since they took him away,” Ms. Pakzamir said, adding, “About mid-day, when the children were leaving the school, several plainclothesmen, without presenting their IDs, approached my husband, waved an alleged arrest warrant and told him he was under arrest.” Ms. Pakzamir insisted that she was deeply worried for her husband’s life. Recently, at least six prisoners lost their lives behind bars in Tehran and city of Arak, central Iran. Authorities claimed all of them committed suicide. Iranian regime does not recognize independent trade unions and treats their activists as “dissidents” directed by “foreign enemies”.
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The Courageous Queens of Compton’s Cafeteria Riot Inspire a New Generation
 
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Editor's Note: The performances in this video include reenactments of police brutality against transgender women and descriptions of sexual assault. Viewer discretion advised. When Shane Zaldivar showed up at the casting call for The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot, a play presented by the Tenderloin Museum about the 1966 riot between cafeteria customers (trans women, drag queens and LGBTQ community members) and the San Francisco police, the 27-year-old actor had only recently learned about the historic event. “If I had known that story earlier on, been taught it in high school,” Zaldivar recalls wistfully. “This is a group of people, fighting for their rights, as human beings, and they are still doing that fight today." The riot, which took place a full three years before Stonewall, is the first known instance of militant queer resistance to police harassment in United States history, and in recent years—thanks to a 2005 documentary Screaming Queens, and this play, written by Mark Nassar, Collette LeGrande and Donna Personna—this seminal moment in LGBTQ and Bay Area history is finally getting the attention it deserves. The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot, which ran for just over two months in San Francisco’s New Village Cafe, collapsed the distance between audience and performer, lived history and theatrical retelling. Playgoers sat at the “Compton’s” counter, ate a meal and watched a group of transgender women and drag queens decide they’d withstood enough police harassment and brutality—it was time to fight back. What the audience didn’t see was the months of rehearsals and community workshops that shaped the play—and the deep bonds that formed across generations in the process. Peek behind the stage curtain into the real-life story of Donna Personna, who reflects back on her memories of Compton’s and translated her own experiences—of violence, marginalization and ultimately, hope—into the role Zaldivar embodied. “She’s lived this experience, she’s my elder,” Zaldivar says. “It’s nice to have someone like that as a friend.” Hit that SUBSCRIBE button! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kqedart Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kqedarts Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KQEDarts
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Kyaw Zeyer Win. “Securitization of the Rohingya Community: Why has the Rohingya...”
 
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February 21, 2018. PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies Series. Guest Speaker: Kyaw Zeyer Win, MA-IR Candidate, Maxwell School, Syracuse University. In the last five years the Rohingya community has been subject to renewed waves of anti-Muslim propaganda and accompanying violence, killings and systematic marginalization that aim both to permanently disenfranchise and to displace them from their native land. The relaxation of media restrictions alongside the ongoing political liberalization in Myanmar has exacerbated this situation. The brutal ‘clearance operations’ inflicted upon the Rohingya community in 2017 has seen more than 650,000 people flee across the border to Bangladesh amidst reports of extrajudicial killings, sexual violence and arson by Myanmar’s state military Tatmadaw. While the United Nations has declared this to be a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing” (UNOHCHR 2017a), the attacks on government targets have validated many Myanmar citizens’ long held belief that the Rohingya pose a threat to their nation and an existential threat to Buddhism, the majority religion. So why has the Rohingya problem become so intractable? I am going to present how over time the Burmese military government “securitized” the ethnic Rohingya community based on different interests and ambitions, portraying the Rohingya ethnic group as an existential threat to the state and society. I then go on to demonstrate how these narratives are reproduced and reinforced by horizontal and bottom-up securitization processes.
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Suffragettes to social media: the waves of feminism | all about women 2018
 
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While it’s hard to put a starting date on a complex social movement, modern western feminism has been around for about a hundred years. At all about women 2018, we took stock of what we’ve achieved, and looked at what’s left to fight for in the panel Suffragettes to Social Media. Join Barbara Caine, Anne Summers, Rebecca Walker and Nakkiah Lui as they reflect on the achievements of feminism to date, and what's yet to be done. Session chair is Sydney Opera House Head of Talks & Ideas, Edwina Throsby. __ SUBSCRIBE to Sydney Opera House Talks and Ideas: http://bit.ly/SOHIdeasYT Get a new talk every week with the Ideas at the House podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ideas-at-the-house/id640445035?mt=2 Dive deeper with with some of the world's leading thinkers and culture creators on It's A Long Story: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/its-a-long-story/id1174737972?mt=2 Like Sydney Opera House on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sydneyoperahouse Follow Sydney Opera House on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SydOperaHouse
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