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Thanks to international pressure, solidarity and support, Muyeser Gunes and the members of Mothers for Peace have been released.
Afghan women protest at the silence and inactivity of the Afghan government regarding the recent killings in Baghlan (3 women raped and murdered for NGO activity), and in Badakshan (1 woman stoned to death).
WLUML has received a call for action from friends in Women in Black Leuven (Belgium) to demand the immediate release of Muyeser Gunes of the association Mothers for Peace and of the other members of the Peace Caravan held in Turkish prisons awaiting trial.
Doctors could soon be obliged to record all female patients who report to hospitals and clinics showing signs of abuse.
A call for action to end violence against women and hold our governments accountable for women’s access to health!
A woman has been stoned to death in Afghanistan, reportedly for committing adultery. The killing is said to have taken place in the Urgu district of north-eastern Badakhshan province.
A Iraqi woman MP has been shot dead by suspected insurgents on the doorstep of her home in Baghdad.
Shahram Aazam, ancien médecin à l'hôpital militaire de Baghiatollah à Téhéran, n'a pas épargné les oreilles sensibles, en racontant à la télévision, en direct d'Ottawa, les horreurs révélées par le corps de la journaliste irano-canadienne Zahra Kazemi.
WLUML again urges you to respond with increased pressure on the Bangladesh Government regarding their duty to protect minority communities.
Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights (WGNRR) Calls for Action for 28 May: the International Day of Action for Women's Health. This years Call for Action focuses on violence against women (VAW) as a global health emergency.
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