Search Results for Tag: assault
The ‘She Homes’ Project in India and the Possibility of Traveling Women
Traveling, safety and power are deeply interlinked in the populous, diverse and inherently patriarchal country of India. Because of this complexity, women have often refrained from traveling by themselves. In Kerala, however, things may be changing.
Date29.12.2018 | 14:23
Tagsassault, harassment, India, Kerala, Shabnam Surita, she homes, Shelodge, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, women's rights
Against all odds, Uganda women make a stand
Charity Kyohirwe did not turn up to her local church on the evening of March 23rd. The 32-year-old’s body was found the following day with marks of strangulation and sexual abuse. The suspects had used Kyohirwe’s own mobile phone to call her relatives and demand a ransom of five million shillings ($1,290). The family could not afford to pay.
Date14.07.2018 | 19:14
Tagsassault, Lindsey Kukunda, mutilation, rape, sexual harassment, Uganda, Violence against women, women's rights
We own these streets too
I started my feminist organisation, Not Your Body, primarily because of street harassment. I can confidently proclaim to the world that there is a category of Ugandan man who needs to be placed on an island somewhere, for they serve no purpose to the evolution of their nation.
Date09.01.2018 | 13:27
#MeToo – Best Tweets
Dinosaurs felt the same confusion when they saw a light in the sky 65 million years ago. #metoo #TuesdayThoughts @amy_siskind @RVAwonk pic.twitter.com/am2239YbjW
— Bill Auclair (@bill_auclair) October 17, 2017
According to Huffington Post, more than 25.000 people have responded to Alyssa Milano’s call for sexual abuse victims to come forward. Here are some of the most retweeted tweets.
Date17.10.2017 | 15:02
Tags#MeToo, assault, catcall, sexual assault, sexual harassment, Violence against women, women's rights, womentalkonline
Women in the News
Worldwide an estimated 140 million females are affected by FGM. Check out here the scope of the problem in graphics and numbers, and read other news about women.
Date01.09.2015 | 6:27
Tagsassault, Donald Trump, female genital mutilation, FGM, ISIS, Megyn Kelly, rape, sex, sexist, sexist workplace, women's activists, women's rights
Mukto Mona blogger Rafida Ahmed visited Germany
DW’s the Bobs competition 2015 (#thebobs15) has given an award to the Mukto Mona blog, which means ‘freethinker’ in English. One of the bloggers of the group blogging site, Rafida Ahmed Bonya, will receive the award on June 23, 2015 at GMF (#dw_gmf). We will follow her during the visit and will include regular updates about her. So stay with us!
Date20.06.2015 | 16:10
Tags#dw_gmf, #thebobs15, Arafatul Islam, assault, Avijit Roy, bangladesh, blogger, Dr. Avijit Roy, Freethinker, Global Media Forum, Mukto-Mona, Rahida Ahmed, religious fundamentalists, The Bobs
2012: A terrible year for women in India
It’s been a very bad year indeed for women in India. As the world settles into the New Year, India’s daughters are mourning the death of their “braveheart Nirbhaya,” the 23-year-old who was brutally raped and has now succumbed to her injuries. This is symptomatic of the agony, pain, humiliation and wretchedness that Indian women suffered in 2012.
Date04.01.2013 | 11:40
TagsAbuse, assault, gender, government of India, India, justice, molestation, murder, rape, sexual harassment, victims, Women talk online, women's rights