Moroccan Laws Requiring Women To Marry Their Rapists

End Moroccan Laws Requiring Women To Marry Their Rapists Target: King Mohammed VI Goal: Remove laws requiring victims of sexual abuse to marry their attackers from Moroccan law. In Morrocco, laws force women and young girls to marry their rapists. Despite promises from the Morroccan government to overturn this law, it still remains on the books and rape victims continue to be terrorized by their rapists. A number of survivors of sexual violence have committed suicide in recent months when … [Read more...]

Take Action – Sign petition, stop Horrific Child Abuse in Maldives!

It's horrific! A Maldives court just sentenced a 15-year-old rape survivor to 100 whip lashings. By threatening Maldives politicians' precious tourist income we can save this child and stop these outrageous public floggings. Let's quickly build a one million strong call, then place ads in travel magazines and websites: START HERE. It's hard to believe, but a 15-year-old rape survivor has been sentenced to be whipped 100 times in public! Let's put an end to this lunacy by hitting … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION – Margot Wallström, a year or so later…

  A Celebration of Women is elated to Celebrate the Life of this powerful force to be reckoned with....a true inspiration showing the Women of our World that with persistence and a 'will' for truth, everything is possible.  This woman has devoted her Life inside the United Nations, seeking Justice for Women around our World.  Celebrate with us, one of her amazing victories, an arrest of the Leader, a Mai-Mai commander, known as as Lt. Col Mayele of the DRC for alleged mass rape and … [Read more...]

Imagine that you’re a victim of sexual assault? – Take Action Here.

Imagine that you're a victim of sexual assault. For over a year, you've waited patiently for your assailant to come to justice. But now, because of bureaucracy, your assailant may go free of charge. This is happening all over British Columbia, and it has to stop. » In British Columbia, cases that last more than 18 months without a trial can be thrown out because of "unreasonable delay." Currently, more than 2,500 pending cases have passed that 18-month mark and are in danger of being … [Read more...]

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