Die sieben dümmsten Argumente in der #metoo-Debatte – zurPolitik.com

Kurz und schlüssig: http://zurpolitik.com/2017/11/25/die-sieben-duemmsten-argumente-in-der-metoo-debatte/

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“Rechts gewinnt” – news.ORF.at

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COE: Anti-torture committee report

Turkey: Anti-torture committee publishes report on 2015 visit to immigration detention centres

https://www.coe.int/en/web/portal/-/turkey-anti-torture-committee-publishes-report-on-2015-visit-to-immigration-detention-centres

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#MeToo

If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote “Me too” as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.
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#YoTambién
“Si todas las mujeres que hemos sido acosadas o hemos sufrido abusos sexuales dejáramos un ‘Yo también’ en nuestro muro, quizás podríamos transmitir la magnitud de este problema”.

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“Women who changed the world”

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EU: Returns to Greece Put Refugees at Risk | Human Rights Watch

(Athens) – Plans to resume returns of asylum seekers to Greece put the rights of thousands of people at risk, Human Rights Watch said today. The move demonstrates once again the European Union’s failure to uphold its human rights obligations and share responsibility for refugees.
Read all: https:// www.hrw.org/news/2016/12/10/eu-returns-greece-put-refugees-risk

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#women #refugees: Urgent need for Protection

“Imagine living in a refugee camp where you are too scared to go the toilet, or being subjected to sexual harassment on a daily basis in your host community because of your gender or identity.” – Catherine Murphy, Acting Director of the Gender, Sexuality and Identity Programme at Amnesty International
Read article: Refugees are in urgent need of protection from sexual and gender-based violence

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