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Afraid and alone: Violence against women in Pakistan
 
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Visit: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Media-Room/Case-Studies/2010/Gender-violence-in-Pakistan/ to find out more about how the UK government is helping tackle gender violence in Pakistan. According to the United Nations, 1 in 3 women globally has suffered from gender violence. "16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence" is an UN awareness raising campaign which runs each year from 25 November (International Day Against Violence Against Women) up to 10 December (International Human Rights Day). The issue is particularly acute in Pakistan where over 4,500 women were victims of violence in the first half of 2009 alone. Yet this figure only hints at the full picture of physical abuse in the country. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan estimates that a woman is raped every two hours, a gang rape occurs every eight hours, and about 1,000 women die annually in honour killings.
Violence Against Women Documentary - Invisible Crimes - (Feminism)
 
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A half-hour documentary shot in the town of Kabalo in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2006, on the subject of Violence Against Women, for Doctors Without Borders. 2006 Democratic Republic of Congo 24 mins © Wim Wenders inventing-peace.com ************************************************************************* This video was originally made by the director/producer (stated above at the beginning of this description) under Creative Common License.
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Bushra Bibi first interview and public reaction
 
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“Abusive Language” is the worst form of “Freedom of Expression” First Lady Bushra Bibi first interview and public reaction on social media is a very good example of freedom of expression and political victimization of woman in Pakistan. It is a perception to be a woman in Pakistan is becoming difficult; mostly women in politics are facing personal attacks and abusive language. “Abusive Language” is the worst form of “Freedom of Expression”. In healthy democracy and civil society Freedom of expression is a fundamental international human right and necessary element of a democratic government. Yes. Its true abusive language is also a part of freedom of expression, public outside Nawaz family home in London is also an example of it. In Pakistan it is a common routine of political workers and their leaders to use foul language against opposite female politicians and for those who are affiliated to them. Only Benazir fired a famous politician from her party due to dirty language against daughter of her biggest opponent Nawaz Sharif and no other case reported about someone punished or another party took any action again who insulted woman publicly. Mostly people justifies this “Tit for Tat” All heads of political parties should ask their workers to stop this practice and strict action should be taken in party who still continue this practice. Abusing a woman publicly is also considered as harassment that is a big crime.
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Pakistan’s Most Persecuted Minority Suffers Further Discrimination
 
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September 7 is the date when 42 years ago one of Pakistan’s most persecuted minorities was declared non-Muslim through a constitutional amendment. Today, the Ahmadiyya community is facing increased victimization in the name of reducing intolerance and extremism. VOA’s Ayesha Tanzeem has more in this report. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/3496943.html
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Pakistan ASF Suspends Employee After She Posts Video of Herself Dancing on Indian Song
 
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Pakistan’s airdrome personnel (ASF) on Sunday suspended one amongst its feminine workers when she denote a video of herself performing arts on Indian singer Guru Randhawa‘s High-Rated Gabru song. The video that went microorganism on social media showed the lady sporting a cap with Pakistan’s allegory and lip-synching the song. Not simply the suspension, the ASF additionally stopped her allowances for 2 years, the TV reports aforementioned. The investigation reports aforementioned that the video is 3 months recent. The reports even have it that the ASF has barred its alternative workers from victimization social media. the lady belongs to Sialkot in Asian country. The ASF was but severely slammed by the Twitterati United Nations agency asked if the woman’s dance on a song was a “criminal act”.
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Pakistan: Who's to Blame?
 
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How US bombing of border areas of Pakistan has strengthened the Taliban. http://visionon.tv http://linktv.org
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REPORTER_ POLICE_ POLITICIANS AND MEDIA_CULPRITS IN TRAUMATIZING RAPE VICTIMS_EP_92_PT1
 
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In this episode of Reporter, Arshad Sharif raises the question that if a girl comes home late from a party, does this make it ok for her to be gang raped? How can we change this mindset in our society where we take pride of honor killings and where the police laugh at rape victims. How can justice be provided to the victim and what will it take to sanitize our police department and change their mindset to focus on the crime rather than further victimizing and stigmatizing the victim.
Views: 2559 DawnNews
True Faces of Non-Ahmadiyya Pakistani Muslims (Urdu)
 
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True Faces of Non-Ahmadiyya Pakistani Muslims. A famous Non-Ahmadiyya Pakistani Journalist Mr. Hassan Nisar is Exposing the so-called Religious People of Pakistan. He was giving his comments on the inclusion of "Religion" Column in Pakistani Passports
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PPP's Shah warns PM against political victimization | Headlines 9 PM | 7 October 2018 | Aaj News
 
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PPP's Shah warns PM against political victimization | Headlines 9 PM | 7 October 2018 | Aaj News #TalkShowsNow #Pakistani #1Channel #TopNews #BreakingNews All latest happenings on pakistani Elections 2018, Panama Case, Dawn Leaks, Maryam Nawaz, Imran Khan, Nawaz Sharif, Qamar Javed Bajwaa, DG ISPR General Asif Ghafoor and best analysis of Best Anchors. Subscribe to find out the latest news and updates, the best talk shows and lifestyle programs and constant a live news feed. www.youtube.com/TalkShowsNow
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Acid Burnt Female Victims
 
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An AA Film Studios Production. Documentary about Acid burnt female victims in Pakistan.
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Life of a saviour - Doctors in Pakistan
 
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This video clearly shows the victimization of doctors in Pakistan
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42 Report: PMLN doing political victimization, says Kamil Ali Agha of PMLQ
 
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42 Report: PMLN doing political victimization, says Kamil Ali Agha of PMLQ
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Life of Transgenders in Pakistan
 
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Transgenders and LGBT community are considered as a sign of shame and disgrace in the Pakistani culture. Most of these individuals never get a chance to acquire education in the regular schools due to discriminatory treatment and disgusting attitude of fellow citizens. There are several other issues that are faced by transgenders in Pakistan; such as: There is no government aid or support system to help these individuals live a normal life. Government institutions and other governing bodies are known to harass these individuals. In case of any criminal victimization or even sexual harassment, these individuals get no help/ support from the community or government institutions. Due to literally no job opportunities and financial security, most members of the transgender community is forced to make their living by prostitution.
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Assiya Rafiq: Story of Courageous Lady in Pakistan part 2
 
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Kabirwala(Video Owner Hometown),Pakistan After being kidnapped at the age of 16 by a group of thugs and enduring a year of rapes and beatings, Assiya Rafiq was delivered to the police and thought her problems were over. Then, she said, four police officers took turns raping her. The next step for Assiya was obvious: She should commit suicide. Thats the customary escape in rural Pakistan for a raped woman, as the only way to cleanse the disgrace to her entire family. Instead, Assiya summoned the unimaginable courage to go public and fight back. She is seeking to prosecute both her kidnappers and the police, despite threats against her and her younger sisters. This is a kid who left me awed and biting my lip; this isnt a tale of victimization but of valor, empowerment and uncommon heroism. I decided to prosecute because I dont want the same thing to happen to anybody else, she said firmly. Assiyas case offers a window into the quotidian corruption and injustice endured by impoverished Pakistanis — leading some to turn to militant Islam. When I treat a rape victim, I always advise her not to go to the police, said Dr. Shershah Syed, the president of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Pakistan. Because if she does, the police might just rape her again. Yet Assiya is also a sign that change is coming. She says she was inspired by Mukhtar Mai, a young woman from this remote village of Meerwala who was gang raped in 2002 on the orders of a village council. Mukhtar prosecuted her attackers and used the compensation money to start a school. Mukhtar is my hero. Many Times readers who followed her story in past columns of mine have sent her donations through a fund at Mercy Corps, at www.mercycorps.org, and Mukhtar has used the money to open schools, a legal aid program, an ambulance service, a womens shelter, a telephone hotline — and to help Assiya fight her legal case. The United States has stood aloof from the ubiquitous injustices in Pakistan, and thats one reason for cynicism about America here. Im hoping the Obama administration will make clear that Americans stand shoulder to shoulder with heroines like Mukhtar and Assiya, and with an emerging civil society struggling for law and social justice. Assiyas saga began a year ago when a woman who was a family friend sold her to two criminals who had family ties to prominent politicians. Assiya said the two men spent the next year beating and raping her. The men were implicated in a gold robbery, so they negotiated a deal with the police in the town of Kabirwala, near Khanewal: They handed over Assiya, along with a $625 bribe, in exchange for the police pinning the robbery on the girl. By Assiyas account, which I found completely credible, four police officers, including a police chief, took turns beating and raping her — sometimes while she was tied up — over the next two weeks. A female constable obligingly stepped out whenever the men wanted access to Assiya. Assiyas family members heard that she was in the police station, and a court granted their petition for her release and sent a bailiff to get her out. The police hid Assiya, she said, and briefly locked up her 10-year-old brother to bully the family into backing off. The bailiff accepted bribes from both the family and the police, but in the end he freed the girl. Assiya, driven by fury that overcame her shame, told her full story to the magistrate, who ordered a medical exam and an investigation. The medical report confirms that Assiyas hymen had been broken and that she had abrasions all over her body. The morning I met Assiya, she said she had just received the latest in a series of threats from the police: Unless she withdraws her charges, they will arrest, rape or kill her — and her two beloved younger sisters. The family is in hiding. It has lost its livelihood and accumulated $2,500 in debts. Assiyas two sisters and three brothers have had to drop out of school, and they will find it harder to marry because Assiya is considered dishonored. Most of her relatives tell Assiya that she must give in. But she tosses her head and insists that she will prosecute her attackers to spare other girls what she endured. (For readers who want to help, more information is available on my blog at: www.nytimes.com/ontheground.) Assiyas mother, Iqbal Mai, told me that in her despair, she at first had prayed that God should never give daughters to poor families. But then I changed my mind, she added, with a hint of pride challenging her fears. God should give poor people daughters like Assiya who will fight. Amen.
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Another implement in Rights for Transgenders in Pakistan
 
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The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) on Monday issued a licence to a transgender woman for the first time on the special directives of the capital police’s chief. The inspector general of police (IGP) issued the directives that the woman, Laila Ali, had been driving her car without a licence for a decade. Laila Ali, who is listed as Mohammad Ali on her CNIC and driving licence, told Dawn she was visiting the IGP office to discuss the issues and problems faced by the transgender community in the federal capital, including victimization by the police. She said that about a fortnight ago, the police had registered a false case against some transgender women and arrested them. Channel 9 News delivers the latest headlines news and information on the latest top stories from Pakistan on weather, business, entertainment, politics, sports and more. Support us by subscribing to our channel and clicking the Bell icon. Website: http://webchannel9.tv Facebook page: https://facebook.com/channel9webtv
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Children training against violence in urdu /hindi
 
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Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or other caregiver.Child sexual abuse, also called child molestation, is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation.[1][2] Forms of child sexual abuse include engaging in sexual activities with a child (whether by asking or pressuring, or by other means), indecent exposure (of the genitals, female nipples, etc.), child grooming, or using a child to produce child pornography.[1][3][4] Child sexual abuse can occur in a variety of settings, including home, school, or work (in places where child labor is common). Child marriage is one of the main forms of child sexual abuse; UNICEF has stated that child marriage "represents perhaps the most prevalent form of sexual abuse and exploitation of girls".[5] The effects of child sexual abuse can include depression,[6] post-traumatic stress disorder,[7] anxiety,[8] complex post-traumatic stress disorder,[9] propensity to further victimization in adulthood,[10] and physical injury to the child, among other problems.[11] Sexual abuse by a family member is a form of incest and can result in more serious and long-term psychological trauma, especially in the case of parental incest.[12] The global prevalence of child sexual abuse has been estimated at 19.7% for females and 7.9% for males.[13] Most sexual abuse offenders are acquainted with their victims; approximately 30% are relatives of the child, most often brothers, fathers, uncles, or cousins;[14] around 60% are other acquaintances, such as "friends" of the family, babysitters, or neighbors; strangers are the offenders in approximately 10% of child sexual abuse cases.[15] Most child sexual abuse is committed by men; studies on female child molesters show that women commit 14% to 40% of offenses reported against boys and 6% of offenses reported against girls.[15][16][17] The word pedophile is commonly applied indiscriminately to anyone who sexually abuses a child,[18] but child sexual offenders are not pedophiles unless they have a strong sexual interest in prepubescent children.[19][20] Under the law, child sexual abuse is often used as an umbrella term describing criminal and civil offenses in which an adult engages in sexual activity with a minor or exploits a minor for the purpose of sexual gratification.[4][21] The American Psychological Association states that "children cannot consent to sexual activity with adults", and condemns any such action by an adult: "An adult who engages in sexual activity with a child is performing a criminal and immoral act which never can be considered normal or socially acceptable behavior
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The Chronicles - Islamophobia, victimization and the Veil
 
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The book “Islamophobia, Victimization and the Veil” talks about the experiences of veiled Muslim women as victims of Islamophobia, and the impact of this victimization upon women, their families and the wider Muslim communities. Based on empirical research, the book explores the vulnerability of veiled Muslim women to acts of Islamophobic hate and prejudice in public places. The book also examines how Islamophobic victimization is experienced as ‘part and parcel’ of wearing the veil, rather than as isolated one-off incidents, and how repeat incidents of supposedly low-level forms of hostility such as name-calling, persistent staring and other types of intimidation place a potentially huge emotional burden on victims.
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BHAROSA AN INTEGRATED SUPPORT CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN।     NEWS14
 
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BHAROSA AN INTEGRATED SUPPORT CENTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN। WAS VICTIMIZATION OF CLIENTS AFFECTED BY SEXUAL ABUSE AND SERVERE DEMESTIC VIOLENCE BHAROSA PROVIDES POLICE PROSESUTION MEDICAL LEGAL FACILITIES INCLUDE..... REPORTER NAYYER..
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Ahmadis are Pakistani too and not to be Killed,Altaf Hussain
 
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5 Sobering Facts about Male Rape
 
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New research and terminology is revealing important facts about the societal taboo of when male rape and sexual victimization. Sources: http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2014/04/male_rape_in_america_a_new_study_reveals_that_men_are_sexually_assaulted.html http://jmm.sagepub.com/content/12/3/275.abstract http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/nisvs_report2010-a.pdf http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2014.301946?journalCode=ajph& http://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/research/violence-crime/the-sexual-victimization-of-men-in-america-new-data-challenge-old-assumptions/ http://www.scpr.org/programs/take-two/2014/05/06/37237/ucla-research-shows-how-often-men-are-victims-of-s/ http://nsvrc.org/sites/default/files/publications_nsvrc_factsheet_media-packet_statistics-about-sexual-violence_0.pdf http://scienceblogs.de/geograffitico/wp-content/blogs.dir/70/files/2012/07/i-e76e350f9e3d50b6ce07403e0a3d35fe-Stemple_60-HLJ-605.pdf Share this on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1FoeVLd Share this on Twitter: http://ctt.ec/AFVQ9 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1l8JXv3 On the web: http://www.stuffmomnevertoldyou.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/momstuffpodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StuffMomNeverToldYou Google+: http://bit.ly/1kNchOQ Tumblr: http://stuffmomnevertoldyou.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/stuffmomnevertoldyou# Join Cristen to get down to the business of being a woman and all the Stuff Mom Never Told You about bodies, boys and the female brain.
Victimization of a christian child in Pakistan/Pakistan me Zulam ki intehaa
 
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A healthy kid is tortured in Pakistan. According to Sahil (2014) child sexual abuse cases reported in Pakistan was 2778 in 2012, and 3002 in 2013. That shows a 7.67% increase in incidence of child sexual abuse in 2013 compared with the previous year.
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Roohi Bano January 2007 Interview with Khawar Naeem Hashmi (Geo TV Producer)
 
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Thank you Khawar Naeem Hashmi for this gem of an interview with the leading TV actress from Pakistan, Roohi Bano. Roohi Bano is an iconic Pakistani actress who contributed heavily (with her mesmerizing acting) to the success of Urdu and Punjabi language teleplays broadcast by a fledgling Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) during the late 1960's, the 1970's and the mid-1980's ... She is the daughter of the renowned Indian musical maestro, Ustad Allah Rakha (master Tabla player and classical musician) and is the sister of Indian musician Zakir Husain. Roohi Bano teamed up with Urdu and Punjabi playwrights like Munnoo Bhai, Ashfaq Ahmad, Bano Qudsia, Dr. Enver Sajjad and the massively popular Haseena Moeen. The list of her memorable performances is long.... one can list her role in Munnoo Bhai's Punjabi drama serial "Jazeera", many short teleplays (25-30 min. duration) which aired on PTV in the 6pm-7pm prime time slot, her many roles in the revolutionary drama serial "Aik mohabbat sau afsaanay" written by Ashfaq Ahmad (before his strange atavistic reversal to Pakistan Military's version of Pakistani Islam) .... this included a masterful performance by Roohi Bano of a teenaged laborer working in an orchard who falls secretly in love with the new village school teacher.... her role in the Munnoo Bhai long teleplay (2 hour duration) "Darwaza" (which I will upload either here, on my YouTube channel or on my Google eblog Naee Manzil Naee Raahein) all the way to her memorable performances in the first two drama serials written by Haseena Moeen ("Kiran Kahani" and "Zair, Zabar, Paish"). Unfortunately for Roohi Bano, the failure of her marriage combined with political victimization by Lahore Studios producers of PTV (who refused to cast her in any plays after she opted to act in Haseena Moeen tele serials from Karachi Studios... Roohi was a victim of petty professional jealousy of PTV producers) to take a toll on her mental health and she slid into a long and chronic depression from the late 1980's till the present time (July, 2015). Khawar Naeem Hashmi states that in 2005-2006, Roohi Bano's mother died mysteriously (possibly related to disputes take over bids for Roohi Bano's land and property??)... Roohi's mother's body was found burned in her apartment in Karachi. In 2006, her only son Ali (who had entered into a real estate partnership with some of his friends) was abducted by unknown assailants and murdered (Roohi says he was tortured apparently to sign over the business or rights to property owned by Roohi Bano) .... his body was dumped by the roadside where a passerby noticed it after hearing the repeated ring tones from Ali's cell phone. The Pakistani police's version is that some suspects tried to snatch his cell phone and shot him fatally when Ali tried to resist this theft... why then was his cell phone still with his dead body? The corrupt Pakistani police can't even cook up a lie properly!! Roohi Bano was treated for her depression in the psychiatric care center "Fountain House" in Lahore and made a terrific recovery which is evident in this interview recorded in January, 2007. She was employed by Fountain House as a Psychiatric Councilor and given a room on the premises. After her psychiatrist left Fountain House, the new management discharged her from the center because Roohi Bano could not afford the expensive medications used to treat her mental depression. She returned to her residence in Gulberg III, Lahore and lived alone, being sent meals daily by her only sister Rubina via a servant. Since 2008 onwards, Roohi Bano slid back into depression. There were thefts... her car and household furniture were stolen... In 2012 and 2013 Pakistan's electronic media (local and national cable and satellite TV channels) highlighted her poor mental health and her miserable living conditions. In 2013-2014, the dynamic duo of the popular and creative Urdu playwright Fasih Bari Khan and the immensely talented Director Mazhar Moin conceived of a play written specifically for Roohi Bano. The play was "Aik Aur Aurat" which Fasih Bari Khan worte and which was eventually broadcast from Hum TV. The latest interview was done by Sophia Mirza (one time host in Geo's Khabarnaak Talk Show) of Samaa TV in March-April, 2015. The latest news, as of April 27th, 2015 was that she was attacked in her home with a knife (man tried to make her sign away rights to her home) but was lucky enough to survive. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use."
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More Than A Victim - Short Documentary
 
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Throughout the entertainment industry and beyond, there is a unified call for change within society, a change that requires courage, hope, acceptance and love. Through campaigns such as #MeToo and “Time’s Up”, people are taking a firm stance on combating sexual assault and encouraging others to do the same. Answering the call comes More than a Victim, a short documentary produced by Stephanie Ike and Ciji Campbell, which features seven individuals who experienced or were privy to someone else’s experience with sexual assault. According to RAINN.org, 1 out of every 6 American women are victims of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime. Unfortunately for renowned blogger Victoria Sanders and others featured, the reported statistics are a hard reality. Life coach Debbie Chandler highlights her experience with judgment when opening up about her assault within circles she thought would be affirming. Now, women like Debbie and Victoria use their courage and the unvarnished truth to educate and advocate for themselves and others on how to cope and conquer victimization. The two women affirm themselves by declaring that they are not just victims, but a superhero (Chandler) and an inspiration (Sanders). Director and producer Paula Bryant-Ellis, though not a victim of assault abuse, plays a pivotal role in the documentary. She creates a sense of unity and uses her voice as encouragement for women and men alike to stand tall and speak up, without feeling ashamed or guilty for once being abused. This is essential, especially the social atmosphere of today where speaking up about being sexually harassed or assaulted is often rejected, leaving victims feeling ashamed and/or ignored. Radio Host, Ree Nevels, recalls her experience with spousal rape while being married to an active military member. While the relationship had ended and she and her spouse were living as roommates until further steps could be taken, he still felt entitled to sex. To make matters more terrifying and disturbing, Ree was fortunate enough to be able to set her phone to record the encounter as a voice memo, because she thought she would not be believed in reporting the crime. In spite of her pleas for herself and the children in the next room, he continued to assault her. James Bland, writer/creator of the Daytime Emmy Nominated series GIANTS, states within the documentary how often the perception of marriage leads individuals to assume traditional gender roles when that is no longer the case in society. We all have a voice and we all are our own individuals, regardless of our marital status. More than a Victim was created as a supplementary platform for women and men to educate society, that by choosing to own your truth in its entirety, you become a victor instead of a victim, a survivor instead of merely surviving, and a conqueror instead of once-conquered. It’s a reminder for survivors to find their freedom within themselves beyond the identity of an assault victim, and a reminder that we are winners, leaders, creators, change agents. We are all more than our past experiences, no matter how painful, no matter how long it took to overcome, we are more. https://www.morethanavictim.com
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Zulm (Victimization) | Punjabi Shayari on Rape | RIP Zainab | Sunny Sohal Poetries
 
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Zulm Punjabi Poetry based on the incidents happening now these days in many countries. On 9th January 2018 7yr old girl Zainab from Pakistan raped and murdered in very cruel manner. And many other lives are sacrificed just bcoz of someone's lust and greed We should unite to fight against this cruelty And government should also need to make new laws for the protection of women. If u like the msg I've given in this video Then Plz share this as much as possible Thnx!!!! LYRICS: Kis hadde veh chleya bndea Sharmosar krea manukhta nu Na dhee prai tu dekhi Na apni bare sochea tu Kesi loh tere Seene si baldi Jo thand pane tu khyaal v na krea Ek var ta apni dhee ya bhen smajh ke vekhda Ki fer v Tu ehi krda,, jo tu hun krea Zra hosh ch aaja insana Ki jabran zulm kr reha tu Ohna nimania jaana nal khel ke Kinna paap kma reha tu Haivaniyat nu v piche chad chli Jisma di pai bhukh tenu Bure- bhale karma ch bhed na reha Kesi chadi a havas di teh tenu Kad tak janwar bnea rhunga Hun ta insaan di hond ch aja Bthera zulm kr leya Hun ta kuch punn kmala Hun ta kuch punn kmala Lyrics and Voice:- Sunny Sohal Follow me on Fb:- Sunny Sohal https://www.facebook.com/sunnysohalar... Instagram:- @sunnysohalart https://www.instagram.com/sunnysohalart/
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Rana sanaullah kill more than 100 peoples in PAKISTAN||BREAKING NEWS ON 92.
 
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Rana sana ullah is a politician in pak who is well known criminal of pakistan who kills more than 100 peoples through punjab police.
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After Gojra riots  Pakistan to review blasphemy laws
 
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The vagueness and bias in the countrys law relating religious sanctimony have proved detrimental for the countrys peace and integrity. The latest episode of violence in Gojra in the name of religion is a recant example, which not only resulted in the death of innocent citizens but also caused a financial loss worth 300 million rupees. In his visit to Gojra on Thursday, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani announced that the government may review blasphemy laws especially those, which are detrimental to religious harmony. This news implies a ray of hope for the oppressed minorities who suffer from victimization in instances of violence like the Gojra incident. A reformation of religious law will practically help in upgrading the socio-cultural status of religious minorities, making them Pakistani citizens with equal rights as enjoyed by the majority groups in the country. At the same time, an enhanced monitoring system is needed to keep a check on vicious elements whom President Gilani pointed to in his speech as the actual cause of religious riots.
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Victimized Woman
 
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Sure looks like this woman could use a hand. Hopefully she finds some help. Starring: Pete Zias
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Tragedy of Pakistan and Ahmadis 3 of 3
 
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The constitutional mess of Pakistan, its causes and effects.
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Altaf Hussain Criticizes Mullahism in Pakistan  Part 1
 
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Part 1 - Point Blank programme hosted by Mubbashir Luqman with guess Altaf Hussain discussing the plight of Ahmadi Muslims and other minority groups in Pakistan
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Women and Inequality
 
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Women and the inequalities that are ascribed to being female is a subject of great importance. While there are many groups who also suffer injustice such as Black people, Asians, homosexuals and the Jewish, women make up such a large part of the population that I feel they deserve some special attention. However, I do feel the need to mention that there are many other groups, that I have not recognized, that are suffering as well. Social stratification as defined by Newman is "the ranking of entire groups of people that perpetuates unequal rewards and life chances" (2007, p. 19). Women have definitely been victimized and oppressed as part of this system. This video touched on some of the ways in which women have been taken advantage. However, what I have presented is just the tip of the ice berg. One of the discriminations, that I failed to present with a slide, is the pressure that the women in developed nations feel to be thin and beautiful. I chose to represent this problem through the music accompanying the video. I encourage you to really listen to the words of this song sung by Jonny Diaz (2009). While the genre of this music is Christian, I am hoping that those listening will focus on the main message of the song which is that all women are beautiful just as they are and that we are all here for a purpose. Another victimization that I failed to present is that of domestic violence and rape. For me those subjects are just too personally painful to expound upon, I have had close family members affected by both. "According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (Rennison, 2003), there were close to 700,000 non-lethal assaults committed by current spouses, former spouses, boyfriends in 2001. Women accounted for 85% of the victims of these incidents" (Newman, 2007, pp. 262-263). One does not have to go far to see that the inequalities in gender continue to be a modern day problem. In the media I have recently seen reports supporting this notion, such as the law suit won by the Price is Right model who encountered discrimination in relation to the pregnancy and birth of her baby. Another recent example is that of Malala Yousafzai, she was the young Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban for speaking out on her desire to be educated (she is featured toward the end of this video). This weekend alone I have seen two reports related to this topic, one was a 20/20 investigation featuring two women, and one wore a size one, the other a size 22. Three of the four gyms that they visited within New York City charged higher membership fees for the larger woman. The other story was about a Kansas City Chiefs football player who shot his girlfriend. It is apparent to me that this is not just a third world problem but that female discrimination is alive and well in America as well. The difference is that American women don't have to fear death or torture for speaking out against our injustices. When I started my humanities class I thought it was a bunch of bologna and that the author's of our texts were over reacting. What I realized through my studies, is that as a white American female of privilege, I have had my blinders on. The quality of women's lives the world over needs to be a concern for all of us regardless of our status or background. My husband is an educator, based on his observations in the classroom; we have discussed how the girls in classroom consistently work harder and put forth a greater effort than the males. He has jokingly stated that someday "women are going to take over the world." While I don't want women to literally take over the world, I hope he is right in the fact, that someday equality will prevail and we will close the gender gap that has caused the heartache of countless women. Newman, D. M. (2007). Identities & inequalities exploring the intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality (E. Barrosse, Ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Diaz, J. (2009). More beautiful you [CD]. Brentwood, TN: Ino records.
Views: 334 Tiffany Sandall
ANALYSIS ON LOCAL GOVT IN PAKISTAN AFTER 2015 LOCAL GOVT ELECTIONS
 
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پاکستان میں ۲۰۱۵ کے بلدیاتی انتخابات کے بعد مقامی حکومتوں پر ایک تبصرہ
Views: 3082 Zamurrad Awan
Pakistani Tuhjey Salam
 
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Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Gulfat Hussain were among the 23 people killed and over 40 wounded in the suicide blast that took place at around 5:30pm. There were reports that the death toll later rose to 27.
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Brick Kiln (Bhatta) workers plight in Pakistan
 
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Allah Ditta, a Lahore leader of Pakistan Bhatta Mazdoor Union explains the plight of brick kiln workers in Pakistan, No social protection, no identity cards, bonded labour, no education and health facilities, no payment according to government rates and living in absolute poverty conditions: are some of the aspects, Allah Ditta discusses with Labour Voices
Views: 1460 LabourEducation
MQM & Altaf Hussain's philosophy has reached all over Pakistan
 
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Tehreek-e-Insaf pti Imran Khan MQM Altaf Hussain Karachi Nawaz Sharif Benazir Lahore punjaab punjaabi punjabi Aaj Geo Ary tv pakistan ppp pmln pml n pmlq anp capital talk Musharraf 12 may bhutto sita white zani Mohajir sindh azizabad nwfp jamaat islami jamiat Hayderabad sarhad Balochistan feudalism democracy india pathan pushtoon sindhi muttahida apmso lal masjid peshawar talat hussain qazi hussain p j mir Dr. shahid masood faiza kamran khan jawab dehy iftikhar ahmed nadia Aamir Ghauri javed malik apdm quetta hamid mir meray mutabiq ptv Bilawal Asif Ali Zardari lawyers terrorist qatil Violence attack riotsTaliban Talibanisation
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Targte killing of Shia in Pakistan - Part4
 
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Important fact is these suicide attacks are done at funerals/Majalis.
Views: 2125 gracefulmyfourteen
Imran  Khan jalsa at Greater Iqbal Park Lahore, crowed enjoying party songs
 
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) displayed a strong show of power at Minar-e-Pakistan, as thousands of party supporters and workers from all over the country gathered at the ground. Senior party leaders who have reached the venue include, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtwnkha Pervaiz Khattak, former Punjab governor Ch Sarwar, Senator Faisal Javed, MNA Shirin Mazari, PTI Balochistan President Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind, KP Speaker Asad Qaiser, and Fawad Chaudhry. Starting with national anthem, Khan said today he will give the nation an 11-point agenda for a Naya Pakistan. PTI chief vowed to fight till the last drop of blood for the rights of Pakistanis. Explaining how the country is being ruined and put under debt trap, PTI chairman blamed previous governments for the precarious economic situation. Imran's 11-point programme Education for All: No country can ever flourish without emphasizing on the education. PTI will establish educational institutes of international standard. Health: Health is the most important sector on which PTI is focusing. If someone from poor family fell ill, it drains everything, so we will make health facilities available for all. Self-reliance via Revenue Generation: Economic reforms, FBR, Tax system, We don't have money to run countries, we're under heavy debts. I claim in front of you today that i will show you how to gather money from this nation. Corruption Free Pakistan: Promising to eradicate corruption from Pakistan, PTi chief cited the example of his decision to expel 20 MPAs from his party for “selling votes” in the Senate elections earlier this year, Imran promised the people he will eliminate corruption from the country. “We will stop money laundering, we will strengthen the NAB and FBR.” The PTI chairman said he promises to never let anyone steal the public finances while urging the nation to support him in his “war against the corrupt leadership” of the country. Open New vistas of Investment PTI chief termed the overseas Pakistanis as the biggest investing potentials for the country and resolved to bring investments into Pakistan. “We will reduce the tax on electricity and gas for our industries so that they could compete with Indian market,” Imran said. Employment To eradicate unemployment from the country Imran promised the youth much better employment opportunities, Imran said he would especially focus on boosting the tourism industry of Pakistan. Agriculture Emergency: Imran said he would improve agriculture and the lives of farmers on ‘an emergency basis.’ “They work for the whole year and get nothing in the end. They are being exploited by the sugar mill mafia.” Strengthening the Federation Imran promised to bring Fata into mainstream to strengthen the federation. “We know how the injustice is being done to smaller provinces. I know more about Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” he said. To Promote Tourism and Environment Imran said the environment was a priority on the party’s manifesto. “For the first time ever, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government paid special attention to the environment,” he said, adding that the party plans to plant 10 billion trees across Pakistan. “We can even clean the rivers,” he added. To Improve Police and Justice System PTI chief stressed the importance of justice and the police system. “Our Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police is totally depoliticized. There’s no victimization via FIRs, there not a single extrajudicial killing in the province while in Sindh Rao Anwar killed 400 people,” he added. Women Empowerment through education Imran Khan said that to educate a woman means to educate a family, adding that his party has an extensive program for women empowerment.
Views: 47 News Eye
Kidnapped woman’s brave escape
 
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Kidnapped woman’s brave escape A woman who was kidnapped escaped after she broke a third floor window and leapt to the ground 2 Asian suspects have been arrested by Ruwi ROP The victim was kidnapped and transported by car to an apartment in Ruwi She sustained several injuries due to the fall, and has been transferred to Khoula hospital for treatment. Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
Views: 537 Times of Oman
Imran  Khan jalsa at Greater Iqbal Park Lahore, crowed enjoying party songs
 
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) displayed a strong show of power at Minar-e-Pakistan, as thousands of party supporters and workers from all over the country gathered at the ground. Senior party leaders who have reached the venue include, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtwnkha Pervaiz Khattak, former Punjab governor Ch Sarwar, Senator Faisal Javed, MNA Shirin Mazari, PTI Balochistan President Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind, KP Speaker Asad Qaiser, and Fawad Chaudhry. Starting with national anthem, Khan said today he will give the nation an 11-point agenda for a Naya Pakistan. PTI chief vowed to fight till the last drop of blood for the rights of Pakistanis. Explaining how the country is being ruined and put under debt trap, PTI chairman blamed previous governments for the precarious economic situation. Imran's 11-point programme Education for All: No country can ever flourish without emphasizing on the education. PTI will establish educational institutes of international standard. Health: Health is the most important sector on which PTI is focusing. If someone from poor family fell ill, it drains everything, so we will make health facilities available for all. Self-reliance via Revenue Generation: Economic reforms, FBR, Tax system, We don't have money to run countries, we're under heavy debts. I claim in front of you today that i will show you how to gather money from this nation. Corruption Free Pakistan: Promising to eradicate corruption from Pakistan, PTi chief cited the example of his decision to expel 20 MPAs from his party for “selling votes” in the Senate elections earlier this year, Imran promised the people he will eliminate corruption from the country. “We will stop money laundering, we will strengthen the NAB and FBR.” The PTI chairman said he promises to never let anyone steal the public finances while urging the nation to support him in his “war against the corrupt leadership” of the country. Open New vistas of Investment PTI chief termed the overseas Pakistanis as the biggest investing potentials for the country and resolved to bring investments into Pakistan. “We will reduce the tax on electricity and gas for our industries so that they could compete with Indian market,” Imran said. Employment To eradicate unemployment from the country Imran promised the youth much better employment opportunities, Imran said he would especially focus on boosting the tourism industry of Pakistan. Agriculture Emergency: Imran said he would improve agriculture and the lives of farmers on ‘an emergency basis.’ “They work for the whole year and get nothing in the end. They are being exploited by the sugar mill mafia.” Strengthening the Federation Imran promised to bring Fata into mainstream to strengthen the federation. “We know how the injustice is being done to smaller provinces. I know more about Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” he said. To Promote Tourism and Environment Imran said the environment was a priority on the party’s manifesto. “For the first time ever, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government paid special attention to the environment,” he said, adding that the party plans to plant 10 billion trees across Pakistan. “We can even clean the rivers,” he added. To Improve Police and Justice System PTI chief stressed the importance of justice and the police system. “Our Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police is totally depoliticized. There’s no victimization via FIRs, there not a single extrajudicial killing in the province while in Sindh Rao Anwar killed 400 people,” he added. Women Empowerment through education Imran Khan said that to educate a woman means to educate a family, adding that his party has an extensive program for women empowerment.
Views: 82 News Eye
Imran  Khan jalsa at Greater Iqbal Park Lahore, crowed enjoying party songs
 
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) displayed a strong show of power at Minar-e-Pakistan, as thousands of party supporters and workers from all over the country gathered at the ground. Senior party leaders who have reached the venue include, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtwnkha Pervaiz Khattak, former Punjab governor Ch Sarwar, Senator Faisal Javed, MNA Shirin Mazari, PTI Balochistan President Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind, KP Speaker Asad Qaiser, and Fawad Chaudhry. Starting with national anthem, Khan said today he will give the nation an 11-point agenda for a Naya Pakistan. PTI chief vowed to fight till the last drop of blood for the rights of Pakistanis. Explaining how the country is being ruined and put under debt trap, PTI chairman blamed previous governments for the precarious economic situation. Imran's 11-point programme Education for All: No country can ever flourish without emphasizing on the education. PTI will establish educational institutes of international standard. Health: Health is the most important sector on which PTI is focusing. If someone from poor family fell ill, it drains everything, so we will make health facilities available for all. Self-reliance via Revenue Generation: Economic reforms, FBR, Tax system, We don't have money to run countries, we're under heavy debts. I claim in front of you today that i will show you how to gather money from this nation. Corruption Free Pakistan: Promising to eradicate corruption from Pakistan, PTi chief cited the example of his decision to expel 20 MPAs from his party for “selling votes” in the Senate elections earlier this year, Imran promised the people he will eliminate corruption from the country. “We will stop money laundering, we will strengthen the NAB and FBR.” The PTI chairman said he promises to never let anyone steal the public finances while urging the nation to support him in his “war against the corrupt leadership” of the country. Open New vistas of Investment PTI chief termed the overseas Pakistanis as the biggest investing potentials for the country and resolved to bring investments into Pakistan. “We will reduce the tax on electricity and gas for our industries so that they could compete with Indian market,” Imran said. Employment To eradicate unemployment from the country Imran promised the youth much better employment opportunities, Imran said he would especially focus on boosting the tourism industry of Pakistan. Agriculture Emergency: Imran said he would improve agriculture and the lives of farmers on ‘an emergency basis.’ “They work for the whole year and get nothing in the end. They are being exploited by the sugar mill mafia.” Strengthening the Federation Imran promised to bring Fata into mainstream to strengthen the federation. “We know how the injustice is being done to smaller provinces. I know more about Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” he said. To Promote Tourism and Environment Imran said the environment was a priority on the party’s manifesto. “For the first time ever, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government paid special attention to the environment,” he said, adding that the party plans to plant 10 billion trees across Pakistan. “We can even clean the rivers,” he added. To Improve Police and Justice System PTI chief stressed the importance of justice and the police system. “Our Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police is totally depoliticized. There’s no victimization via FIRs, there not a single extrajudicial killing in the province while in Sindh Rao Anwar killed 400 people,” he added. Women Empowerment through education Imran Khan said that to educate a woman means to educate a family, adding that his party has an extensive program for women empowerment.
Views: 21 News Eye
PTI Workers Mock PMLN by Doing Push-ups | Dunya News
 
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PTI candidate Ahmed Ali secures unopposed victory from PP-87 Mianwali in by-polls
 
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FGM Too Much Pain: The Voices of Refugee Women - 4/6
 
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"What is an age and gender sensitive approach to FGM asylum cases? " is the focus of part 4 in the "Too Much Pain -- The Voices of Refugee Women" series produced by the UN Refugee Agency (http://www.UNHCR.org). A refugee woman and a refugee law legal representative talk about their experiences of the asylum interview, and how this sensitive and complex interview can and must be carried out in an age and gender sensitive manner. This part also addresses the requirement under EU law to protect victims of crime from secondary victimization. A clinical psychologist working with refugee women from FGM-practising countries further explains the impact of trauma on the ability to provide an account of what these women have lived through. Credibility assessment in FGM claims must take into account individual and contextual circumstances of each woman and girl and the impact of trauma. The 6-part video series "Too Much Pain -- The Voices of Refugee Women" tells the stories of refugee women who have undergone FGM and are engaged to end this practice. These women explain their experiences of flight, asylum and integration in the EU. It can be used as a training tool on FGM in the asylum system, and to raise awareness on FGM and asylum in wider audiences. The series complements the UNHCR publication "Too Much Pain: Female Genital Mutilation & Asylum in the European Union - A Statistical Overview" (http://www.unhcr.org/531880249.pdf), updated in March 2014. For more information see http://www.refworld.org/docid/512c72ec2.html Copyright UNHCR 2014 CREDITS Project Coordinator: Fadela Novak-Irons Producer & Director Ragnhild Ek Camera: Ana Ocejo (Belgium), Basil Al-Rawi (Ireland) Editors: Ana Ocejo, Tarik Argaz, Geert Veuskens Assistants: Laurence Decroix and Chiara De Capitani MUSIC Refugee Voices "Building Bridges" CD (UNHCR 2001) - Saintrick & Blanche Songo "Iyo Mama" (Track 6) - Chartwell Dutiro "Hangaiwa" (Track 12) ARCHIVE FOOTAGE with thanks - Europe by Satellite (EBS) (http://ec.europa.eu/avservices/video/videoByArchive.cfm?sitelang=en) - ORF TV (http://tv.orf.at/), - UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org/) SPECIAL THANKS - Albert Llussà i Torra, Solicitor - Daly Lynch Crowe & Morris Solicitors, Dublin, Ireland (http://www.dlcmsols.ie/) - Annalisa D'Aguanno (Clinical psychologist, GAMS, Brussels) - Staff at GAMS, Belgium (http://www.gams.be/) - Teliwel Djenabou Diallo, (Anti-FGM activist, Belgium) - Ifrah Ahmed, (Anti-FGM activist, Ireland) ------ Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact UNHCR at drozditb@unhcr.org or tibaw@unhcr.org. ------ UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to protect and assist those fleeing war and persecution. Since 1950, UNHCR has helped tens of millions of people find safety and rebuild their lives. With your support, UNHCR can restore hope for many more. Read more at http://www.unhcr.org/ ------- « Qu'est-ce qu'une approche adaptée à l'âge et au genre dans les demandes d'asile liées aux MGF ? », telle est la question soulevée par la quatrième vidéo de la série "Trop de souffrance: la voix de femmes réfugiées" sur les mutilations génitales féminines (MGF) et l'asile, réalisée par le Haut Commissariat des Nations Unies pour les Réfugiés (http://www.UNHCR.org). La quatrième partie concerne l'obligation en droit européen de protéger les victimes d'un crime contre une victimisation secondaire. Une femme réfugiée et un avocat spécialisé en droit d'asile parlent de leurs expériences en matière d'entrevues d'asile et comment ces entretiens complexes et sensibles doivent être effectués d'une manière sensible à l'âge et au genre. Une psychologue clinicienne travaillant avec des femmes refugiées venant de pays pratiquant les MGF explique également l'impact que les traumatismes ont sur la capacité á témoigner ce que ces femmes ont vécu. L'évaluation de la crédibilité des demandes d'asile liées aux MGF doit tenir compte des circonstances individuelles et contextuelles de chaque femme et fille ainsi que de l'impact du traumatisme. La série en six vidéos "Trop de souffrance: la voix de femmes réfugiées" raconte l'histoire de femmes réfugiées ayant subi des MGF et qui se sont engagées contre cette pratique. Ces femmes expliquent leur expérience de l'exil, de l'asile et de l'intégration au sein de l'Union européenne. La série peut être utilisée comme outil de formation sur les MGF dans le système de l'asile ainsi que pour sensibiliser un plus large public aux questions liées aux MGF et à l'asile. La série complète la publication de l'UNHCR "Trop de souffrance : mutilations génitales féminines et asile dans l'Union européenne -- Une analyse statistique » (http://www.unhcr.org/531880249.pdf), mise à jour en mars 2014. Copyright UNHCR 2014
10 Best Skin Whitening Night Creams in India 2017 - with Price
 
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These are the Best Whitening Night Creams in India 2017. I ranked them after a long research. I mentioned his Best Whitening Night Creams in India 2017 on my list. I tried my best to perform it accurately and I hope you like it. Thanks for watching. Every woman dreams of truthful and clear skin. to urge perfect look with least makeup, we've got an inclination to try legion remedies and tips. it would not be wrong to count myself among the list of women World Health Organization unit probing for new things to undertake and build their skin appear healthier and glowy. legion people surprise the reason behind victimization skin lightening creams at the hours of darkness. per my personal experience, fairness creams work further effectively if they are used at the hours of darkness. throughout the daytime, we've got an inclination to face live exposed to mud, sun rays, pollution, and sweat additionally. (Olay Natural White Night Cream) (Pond’s Age Miracle Deep Action Night Cream) (L’oreal White Perfect Fairness Revealing Soothing Night Cream) (Oriflame Sweden Even Out Night Cream) (Himalaya Revitalizing Night Cream) (Lotus Herbal Nutranite Skin Renewal Nutritive Night Cream) (Lakme Absolute Perfect Radiance Skin Lightening Night Cream) (Garnier Skin Naturals White Complete Multi Action Fairness Night Cream) (Biotique Bio Wheat Germ Youthful Nourishing Night Cream) (VLCC Snigdha Skin Whitening Night Cream) Note: All slideshows belong to me. Music is taken from NCS Released. Song: Anikdote & Culture Code - Don’t Let It Go (feat. Brado Sanz) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/HGXtg8JDvZU Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/DontLetItGoCr ♥ Follow Me ♥ ➜ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colection4u.co ➜ Twitter: https://twitter.com/collection4uco ➜ Google+: https://plus.google.com/103196756635730198465 ➜ Website: http://www.colection4u.co ►More Videos: ➜https://goo.gl/9LDmGi ➜https://goo.gl/pkqE44 ►Subscribe My Channel: ➜https://goo.gl/vxsDov
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AbbTakk Headlines - 04 AM – 20 September 2017
 
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Abbtakk delivers the latest headlines news and information on the latest top stories from Pakistan and around the world on weather, business, entertainment, politics, sports and more. For in-depth analysis on news visit website www.abbtakk.tv OR watch at live.abbtakk.tv
Views: 1129 Abbtakk
REPORTER_ POLICE_ POLITICIANS AND MEDIA_CULPRITS IN TRAUMATIZING RAPE VICTIMS_EP_92_PT3
 
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In this episode of Reporter, Arshad Sharif raises the question that if a girl comes home late from a party, does this make it ok for her to be gang raped? How can we change this mindset in our society where we take pride of honor killings and where the police laugh at rape victims. How can justice be provided to the victim and what will it take to sanitize our police department and change their mindset to focus on the crime rather than further victimizing and stigmatizing the victim.
Views: 1497 DawnNews
Health Journalists Across Pakistan Unite Against Polio Part 2/3
 
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Workshops on health journalism concludes with "Journalists Against Polio" Forums. The first of its kind series of media workshops on the coverage of sensitive issues relating to children, including their exploitation, healthcare and rights were held during June - July 2012 across Pakistan in Islamabad in which the journalists working in the health sector made a consensus to the form a journalist forum against polio. The focus of the workshop was to promote ethical reporting on issues relating to children who remain the most vulnerable segment of the society and remain exposed to victimization and harassment even in places considered safe for them. One of the key issues highlighted by the speakers remained related to healthcare, especially polio, which continues to remain a major problem in Pakistan -- one of the only three countries of the world where this disease continues to cripple children below the age of five years. The workshop was organized by UNICEF Pakistan in collaboration with Mishal Pakistan -- a non-government organization working for creating awareness on critical issues relating to the media and journalistic ethics. The initiative was also supported by the press clubs across Pakistan. The speakers highlighted the fact that in 2012 so far 23 polio cases have been reported in various parts of Pakistan with the highest number of victims hailing from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA where a total of 15 cases have been brought to the notice of authorities. In Sindh the number of reported polio cases is three, while in Balochistan and Punjab provinces two polio cases each have been reported. One of the major reasons for the polio cases in Sindh remains the influx of internally displaced people (IDPs), while in KP and FATA remains the continued conflict situation. The trainers included senior journalist Amir Zia, Aamer Ahmad Khan, Fahad Hussain; Richard Leiby, Bureau Chief of the Washington Post, Puruesh Chaudhary, Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) Ambassador to Pakistan; Amir Jahangir, CEO Mishal Pakistan; Dr. Shamshair Ali Khan and Azmat Abbas from UNICEF Pakistan. Speaking on the occasion, Fahad Hussain, former director news Express, ARY TV and editor shared his views on how an Editor's mind works. He told the participants how should a journalists position their stories on social issues, especially on health and children related topics. Richard Leiby, bureau chief of the Washington Post, while speaking on the occasion said that children issues should be covered with extreme care and sensitivity, ensuring their safety and privacy. He emphasized the role of a journalist in creating awareness and fighting myths which curbs basic child rights and even denies them basic immunizations including polio drops in many parts of Pakistan. In the presentation on the Health Indicators, Amir Jahangir, CEO Mishal Pakistan and Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum shared the importance of health indicators and how journalists can benefit from the WHO's World Health indicators, UN's MDGs and World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Index. He said that "Journalists Against Polio" will play their part in creating awareness regarding the alarming situation of growing number of Polio cases in the country. Puruesh Chaudhary, Ambassador to Pakistan from the Center for International Media Ethics, a Brussels based media think tank, highlighted the importance of media ethics in reporting on child-sensitive issues. "Pakistani media has to play its role in bringing issues like polio into public debate," she said. "It has been researched that thousands of children missed their polio drops in the past couple of years with the worst-affected areas being in FATA and Baluchistan, a high number of IDPs influx into Sindh has resulted in increased number of Polio cases from Sindh especially in Karachi". Dr. Shamshair Ali Khan representing UNICEF said that Pakistan reported 198 polio cases in 2011, whereas 23 were in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 59 in FATA, 73 in Balochistan, 1 in Gilgit-Baltistan, 9 in Punjab and 33 in Sindh. The World Health Assembly declared Polio as a global emergency during the recently held meeting in Geneva, whereas the Government of Pakistan declared Polio as a national emergency in January 2011. The "Journalists Against Polio" forum was launched by the Peshawar Press Club president Saiful Islam Saifi earlier last month and the journalists from Quetta Press Club and journalists from Lahore and Karachi have also extended their cooperation on this. The day-long workshops were attended by health journalists from leading publications, news channels and radio stations in Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar. More information at www.mishal.com.pk or www.amirjahangir.com
Views: 214 Amir Jahangir
Violence Against Women -- ISLAM Yemen Muslims Dearborn Hamtramck Taliban saudia
 
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Some facts about the abuse of women in the United States by Sound Vision Staff Writer Islam and Muslims have long been accused of mistreating women. Whether it is by Orientalists, or the "average Joe" or Josephine relying on the media barrage of awful stereotypes to formulate his or her opinion. Muslim men are perceived as violent, cruel and barbaric towards women in general, but especially towards their own wives, daughters and sisters. The fact is that such disgusting behavior does occur in the Muslim world, for many of the same reasons it occurs in the United States: a cycle of abuse in the family, socio-economic factors and jealousy. However, what could be said to distinguish women's mistreatment in the Muslim world is the general lack of Islamic education amongst men and women about day-to-day matters, including the roles and rights of women. Mistreatment and abuse of women, and wives in particular is condemned by Islam. Consider the following Hadith narrated by Abu Huraira in Tirmidhi: the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said,"The one most perfect in his faith is he whose conduct is best and the best amongst you is he who behaves best towards his wife." Now consider the following the statistics about how many women are treated in the United States, taken from the 1995 National Crime Victimization Survey of the U.S. Department of Justice and the National Domestic Violence Hotline Fact Sheet and Statistics HOW MANY ABUSED WOMEN ARE THERE IN THE U.S.? Women age 12 or older annually sustained almost 5 million violent victimizations in 1992 and 1993. Women and girls ages 12 and up annually reported about 500,000 rapes and sexual assaults, almost 500,000 robberies, and about 3.8 million assaults. WHO ARE THE ABUSERS In 29% of all violence against women by a lone offender, the perpetrator was an intimate (husband,ex-husband, boyfriend or ex-boyfriend). Women annually reported about 500,000 rapes and sexual assaults Friends or acquaintances of the victims committed over half of these rapes or sexual assaults. Strangers were responsible for about 1 in 5. HONOR KILLINGS IN AMERICA? Of the 5328 women murdered in 1990, FBI data indicate that about half or more of them by a husband or boyfriend. VIOLENCE AMONG COUPLES A minimum of 16 % of American couples experienced an assault during the year they were asked about it, and about 40% of these involved severely violent acts, such as kicking, biting, punching, choking, and attacks with weapons. A 1993 national poll found that 34% of adults in the United States report having witnessed a man beating his wife or girlfriend and that 14% of women report that a husband or boyfriend has been violent with them. THE PHYSICAL DAMAGE CAUSED TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN BY ABUSE During the last decade, domestic violence has been identified as one of the major causes of emergency room visits by women. From 20% to 30% of the women who are seen by emergency room physicians exhibit at least one or more symptoms of physical abuse. 10% of the victims were pregnant at the time of abuse. 10% reported that their children had also been abused by the batterer. THE ECONOMIC FACTOR IN WOMEN'S ABUSE *Women aged 19 to 29 and women in families with incomes below $10,000 were more likely than other women to be victims of violence by an intimate. Sources: 1995 National Crime Victimization Survey of the U.S. Department of Justice. You can order this Special Report (NCJ-154348) "Violence Against Women: Estimates from the Redesigned Survey August 1995" by calling the Bureau of Justice Statistics Clearinghouse, 800-732-3277and the National Domestic Violence Hotline Fact Sheet and Statistics. MURDER In 2005, 1,181 women were murdered by an intimate partner.1 That's an average of three women every day. Of all the women murdered in the U.S., about one-third were killed by an intimate partner.2 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (Intimate Partner Violence or Battering) Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.3 According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, women experience about 4.8 million intimate partner-related physical assaults and rapes every year.4 Less than 20 percent of battered women sought medical treatment following an injury.5 SEXUAL VIOLENCE According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, which includes crimes that were not reported to the police, 232,960 women in the U.S. were raped or sexually assaulted in 2006. That's more than 600 women every day.6 Other estimates, such as those generated by the FBI, are much lower because they rely on data from law enforcement agencies. A significant number of crimes are never even reported for reasons that include the victim's feeling that nothing can/will be done and the personal nature of the incident.7 http://www.now.org/issues/violence/stats.html
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