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12 April 2024
Locked in a fence. Like in Kabul
Open letter to Mayor Gualtieri and other competent authorities on the incredible scene of discrimination in the Centocelle district in Rome: women isolated like unclean animals for the end of Ramadan celebrations. Who gave permission for this unacceptable demonstration? And what steps will be taken against this misogynistic barbarity?
To the Mayor of Rome Roberto Gualtieri To the President of Municipality V Mauro Caliste To the Equal Opportunities Commission of the Municipality of Rome and p.c. To the Minister for Equal Opportunities and the Family Eugenia Roccella To the Minister of the Interior Matteo Piantedosi Dear Mayor, dear President, dear members of the Equal Opportunities Commission, we are dismayed and shocked by the way in which the Municipality V of the Capital - Piazza dei Mirti, Centocelle district, a few metres from the school named after Artemisia Gentileschi - hosted the celebrations [...].
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16 August 2021
We can't abandon them. We can't abandon ourselves
Women's freedom was writ large on the banner of the Western 'liberators' and is the very first target of the Taliban who took back Afghanistan. Let us unite to ask our governments for hospitality and humanitarian corridors for Afghan women and girls. There is no "us" and "them". We all pay the price for the deeds of foolish men.
Women's freedom was writ large on the banner of Western 'liberators' of Afghanistan. And women's freedom is now the very first target of the Taliban restoration there. No more school, girls- the poignant farewell of the teachers to their pupils. Leave your jobs, ladies - these places are now only for men. Once again females are inmates, obliged to have a male guardian always at their side. The young virgins without husbands and the interesting widows are sacrificed to the [...].
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16 August 2021
Let us not leave them alone
Women's freedom was the banner of the 'liberators' and is the very first target of the Taliban who have taken back Afghanistan. Let us unite to ask our governments for welcome and humanitarian corridors for women and girls. There is no "us" and "them". We all pay the price for the deeds of foolish men.
Women's freedom had been the banner of the Western 'liberators'. And women's freedom is the very first target of the Taliban restoration in Afghanistan. No more schooling, the heart-rending farewell of the teachers to their students, away from work -the jobs are only for men-, again imprisoned, the obligation to have a male guardian always at their side, the young women without husbands and the widows sacrificed to the needs of the warriors, the prison of the veils and burqas fished out of the trunks. Every sign of freedom [...]
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