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Sweet seven year old girl recovering at Sister Somalia safe house in LowerShabelle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform! Today we staged plays, sang, danced, organised seminars, a gave away awards to women achievers in our community.
In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can What progress has been made on Women's Rights? Check out the article below. Human Rights Watch documents the misuse of power and the horrific sexual exploitation of Somali women and children in Mogadishu by the Peace Keeping troops. Sister Somalia has witnessed first hand the magnitude of this problem and the impunity in which this is occurring. We are continuing to advocate for accountability on this issue.
Somali women and community support in the aftermath of sexual violence, and interview with Ilwad Elman by Andrea Hall. Together, Somali women cannot be silenced. Human Rights Watch releases a report on sexual and gender based violence in Somalia. The report extensively covers the level of mistrust survivors of violence have in the judiciary system and we found it particularly relevant when compared to the outdated Penal code from which is still in place; one which in many ways contributes to the problem.
The Penal code considers sexual assault to be crimes against norms or values, instead of crimes against the individual; with this sort of rationale, charging victims who have been raped by security forces with defamation of the government becomes justified. All the more reason why tomorrow Sister Somalia will Rise4Justice. With events planned in Galgaduud, Mogadishu and Afgoye; Sister Somalia will rise to break our sisters free from injustice and will stand up against the horrific precedent of victim jailing and shaming!
February 14th Rise with us. The fight for gender justice in Somalia persists in the face of tremendous adversities, but is marred by the horrific precedent of victims being jailed ins By reminding the community that-Rape IS a crime with consequences, and it IS high time we began uniting to demand they be enforced.