Gender is a cultural issue that fuels many household contentions. In some countries, men have been taught that women are weak and an inferior creature deprivable of some of her rights. It should be possible to explain clearly the concept of gender and equality. Gender is used to put a clear difference between masculine and feminine. Gender should not bring confusion with the word sex because sex is used to distinguish between male and female. Sex is something considered in the biological context whereas gender is a social construct. Biological characteristics are often transmitted and even... Read More
For a given period, the Catholic Church has been accused of protecting some priests who are raping children. Today the issue has caused lots of ink and spit worldwide. Indeed, this is an alarming problem that any responsible parent cannot like to hear. Children are the future generation ; if they are living in a world in which their rights are not respected, which kind of generation will they be in the future ?
Since 2002, this issue of sex with children brought lots of discussions and tensions in the whole world and very recently, the same question appeared in Germany and in the United... Read More
This March 8, the world is celebrating the International Day for Women. We may wonder, why only women? The reasons are very numerous. For ages, women and girls have always been victims of human rights violence, discrimination and abuse in their own homes and in the society in general. This is often supported by some cultural values that give the big share to males.
In some homes for instance, women and girls do not enjoy their rights fully. They are considered servants and they are not given any special attention. Some African cultures, for instance still consider females second class... Read More
The DR Congo has got various kinds of media. How much do they cover programs or write on gender violence in society? Will they sort out what is hidden by others?
Generally, media coverage on gender violence in the DR Congo reflects myths and misinformation; especially about household violence and homicide though some media try to talk about it vaguely.
Oftentimes the situations are presented as isolated cases, just like exceptional events rather than parts of a trend resulting from a system of gender domination. The language used and the details reveal often the hidden brutality... Read More
I come from the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo-DRC. This beautiful and huge country is located at the heart of Africa. It engorges hundreds of tribes and cultures which sometimes walk over females’ rights. Today the women of this area are telling the world how their rights were infringed upon in the past and how today they are still disregarded in different aspects of life. This is done by the war masters and some ruthless people using the medium of culture as the scapegoat.
As mentioned above, the DRC with its multitude of tribes experiences strange realities related... Read More
Every November 25 the world celebrates the International Day for eliminating violence against women. This day has been instituted in 1999 by the UN General Assembly in order to sensitise the public opinion on violations of women’s rights.
Such an initiative is necessary since in most cultures, women are not considered as true human beings; they are treated just like inferior beings or citizens of second class. The prejudices they undergo are heavy, strong and unbearable. For this reason, sexist violence in all its forms is a durable problem seeking a sustainable solution; this will open... Read More
The awareness on household violence in the DRC is a very much needed situation though some individuals ignore or neglect it. This horrible situation leads to awful life experiences for many Congolese, especially women.
Violence, be in homes or caused by war, generates indescribable consequences as is seen in the Congo by the numbers of single mothers and homeless children which are scaling up. In many cases, household violence persists has led to the split of the couple.
Home violence and violence due to war are also causing people to contract AIDS. In home violence, when... Read More
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