8 mars 2023. Je reprends mon blog sur les conditions des femmes à travers le monde. Certains diront un blog en 2023 à l’heure où Instagram, TikTok et autre réseau social font leurs lois ? Justement. Ce blog est ma propriété. Je peux dépendre de Google pour son référencement mais les sujets de ce blog et les formats seront mon expression et ne dépendront pas … Continuer de lire 8 mars
A 27-year old Sudanese woman has been sentenced to death for converting to Christianity according to Sudanese court. Mariam Yahya Ibrahim is eight-month pregnant and has been accused of apostasy (abandonment or renunciation of a religion) and adultery for marrying a Christian man. Sudanese justice ordered that she will receive 100 lashes and will be executed after her child’s birth. Nevertheless, she hardly tried to explain … Continuer de lire URGENT ! Death sentence for a Sudanese woman !
HELP ! It is so appalling to see how a country turns back. In the middle of 1970’s, fathers started to leave out child marriage and Iraq was moving toward modernity, Human rights respect and safety for children. By 1997, « only » 15 percent of Iraqi women were married as children, according to the Central Organization for Statistics. This figure was the same in 2004. (source: Washington Post) However … Continuer de lire Iraq wants to legalize marriage for 9-year old girls !
Recently, I have been reading the book Desert Flower by Waris Dirie and Cathleen Millar, which deals with the true story of Waris: a young teenager running away from her nomadic clan in Somalia in order to escape a forced marriage. Waris grew up in the ancestral traditions of her native land. She was about five years old when she began begging her monther to … Continuer de lire Waris Dirie ‘Desert Flower’, the true story of a cruel rite
Highly interested in the condition and position of women all over the world at the global, regional and local levels, I have decided to create a blog dedicated to women. I look forward to learning more about the rights and priorities of the world’s women. Nowadays, many organizations already exist to fight for women’s rights; unfortunately these international organizations seem to be insignificant in some … Continuer de lire United Nations for Women