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Tag: women

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Jiyan: Story of a guerrilla girl / Syria

The fascinating story of Jiyan, a guerrilla fighter who has dedicated twenty years of her life to the militant Kurdish struggle, reveals women's determination for freedom not only against an oppressive regime, but also against patriarchy. Jiyan Tolhildan is a young Kurdish woman living in the Kurdish region of Syria. After years of oppression from her family, her teachers and society in general, Jiyan decides to go to the mountains to join the Kurdish fight for freedom. When the Arab Spring breaks out, Jiyan and her friends decide to go to the cities of Syria to join the protests. They also aim to educate Syrian women about women's rights in the Rojava region. Now, six years after the Arab Spring, Kurdish forces control a semi-autonomous region in Syria. For the first time in history, women have an autonomous political organization and army in Syria. The women have called the creation of this organization "the women's revolution." From inside the

Women's Army Address: Haluk Unal Syria 2017

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Publicado por: Rojava Azadî Madrid TUBE

The war of the Women - for Noppaw

NADiRinforma and Medico N.A.Di.R. propose the documentary "The War of the Women" in the Campaign Noppaw (Nobel Peace Prize for African Women) supported by Solidarity and Cooperation (CIPSI )) and ChiAma l'Africa with the aim to assign Nobel Peace Prize for 2011 to African Women as a whole."In Africa I saw the strength of the Women" "I have realized that a man doesn't possess so much those abilities than the Women to face, to listen, to support and to understand, to be sacrificed for her own Community" "In Africa I listened to their stories: there was stories of rapes and violence." "In Africa I felt shame in being a man." "This video comes from my profound respect that I feel in front of all Women that every day promote world Peace with their strength."Given the dramatic nature of the arguments is recommended viewing for an adult audience.

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Se non ora, quando? TRIESTE 13.2.11

Le donne italiane scendono in strada in tutta Italia per manifestare contro il modello di femmina promosso negli ultimi trent'anni di media-governo Berlusconi.
L'associazione culturale Primi Piani documenta l'evento.

IL MIO PRIMO SCHIAFFO - Corrado Ceron- versione ridotta

Una storia di violenza che si consuma tra le mura domestiche e che, attraverso una forte analogia tra madre e figlia, si ritrova anche nella vita della bambina.

Reflections on the trip with Eman Ahmad Khamas

In March 2006, Code Pink invited eight Women to the U.S. to speak about their experiences under U.S. invasion and occupation. They were doctors, engineers, professors, and journalists. The remarkable courage of these women and the autenticity of their witness to the horrendous reality of the occupation challenges Americans to take responsibility for the actions of U.S. government and force an end to the brutal, illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq.

Interview with Faiza Al Araji

In March 2006, Code Pink invited eight Women to the U.S. to speak about their experiences under U.S. invasion and occupation. They were doctors, engineers, professors, and journalists. The remarkable courage of these women and the autenticity of their witness to the horrendous reality of the occupation challenges Americans to take responsibility for the actions of U.S. government and force an end to the brutal, illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq.

Conversations with Faiza Al-Araji, Eman Ahmad Khamas, and Dr. Entisar Mohammad Ariab

In March 2006, Code Pink invited eight Women to the U.S. to speak about their experiences under U.S. invasion and occupation. They were doctors, engineers, professors, and journalists.The remarkable courage of these women and the autenticity of their witness to the horrendous reality of the occupation challenges Americans to take responsibility for the actions of U.S. government and force an end to the brutal, illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq.