La première partie du titre étrange de cet article provient d’une expérience personnelle. En 1962, après sept années d’une guerre sanglante qui a fait deux millions de victimes, l’Algérie a pris son indépendance de la colonisation française. Peu après l’indépendance, certains d’entre nous furent introduits en tant «qu’Algériens» à quelques intellectuels de gauche à Paris, qui avaient soutenu notre mouvement de libération.

Tandis que de plus en plus de mouvements politiques de droite - y compris les mouvements fondamentalistes qui affectent le plus la vie des femmes, nous contraignent et nous enferment dans une identité unique, nous luttons pour réclamer nos identités multiples, concomitantes, et non antagonistes: genre, classe, ethnicité, race, religion, culture, etc.

A progress report on weeks three and four (22 October - 4 November 2005) after the earthquake.
UNFPA warns that some 17,000 earthquake-affected women in Pakistan are expected to give birth in the next two months. An estimated 1,200 of them will face major complications and about 400 will require surgical assistance.
Shirkat Gah feels an urgent need to document JAC-ERE and selected civil society initiatives on a priority basis to facilitate the identification of the most urgent needs and will also be undertaking monitoring and advocacy.
MADRE, an international women’s human rights organization, is partnering with the Shirkat Gah Women’s Resource Center in Pakistan to deliver emergency aid to women and families in remote regions devastated by the October 8th earthquake.
The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of more than 500 volunteers from Karachi, Gwadar, Dubai and large and small towns of all four provinces has been sending relief goods including emergency medicines and daily items to the disaster-hit areas.
The survivors of the devastating October 8, 2005 earthquake in Pakistan are getting more endangered by the day.
Many thanks for those of you who have donated to help survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.
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