[16days_discussion] Season Greetings

Waheed A Ch. Advocate waheed2000 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 23 07:52:33 EST 2008


Dear Friend,
 
I have this opportunity to extend  my heartfelt Greetings and Best wishes on the occasion of Merry Christmas and  HAPPY NEW YEAR 2009.

May the New Year brings global peace, prosperity, happiness with most eventful occasions to celebrate together. And may the Year 2009 also pave the way to bring complete solution of the World crisis.

I wish for World Peace

I wish for health and prosperity for all human kind

I wish for our nature to recover

Waheed Ahmad 
Advocate High Cort
Contact Person AIJA, International Association of Young Lawyers for  Pakistan 
Chairman Middle East Citizen Assembly Pakistan Chapter
Address; 2/136-A , Aman Park Baghbanpura Lahore , Pakistan.
+92-333-4639652 & +92-300-4254329
Fax # 0092-42-6844293
waheed2010 at hotmail.com
waheed2000 at yahoo.com

--- On Tue, 12/23/08, 16 Days Campaign <16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu> wrote:

From: 16 Days Campaign <16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu>
Subject: [16days_discussion] Lessons from VAW Campaigns in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Ghana
To: 16days_discussion at email.rutgers.edu
Date: Tuesday, December 23, 2008, 3:54 AM




"Stop the Bus! I want to get on: 
Lessons from campaigns to end violence against women in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Ghana" 


A report by produced by WOMANKIND Worldwide, Rape Crisis Cape Town, Musasa Project, and the Gender Studies and Human Rights Documentation Centre. 

Contributors: Kathleen Dey, Judith Chiyangwa, Netsy Fekade Odoi, Rachel Carter, and Kanwal Ahluwalia; Edited by: Editors 4 Change Ltd

Also available to download from www.womankind.org.uk

FOREWARD
"Strategies to tackle violence against women have evolved over recent years and there is now increased visibility of the problem and greater knowledge and awareness of its causes and consequences. However, huge challenges remain. The scale of this global phenomenon is enormous, but the level of investment in suitable interventions and the political will to tackle the problem remain low compared to other human rights violations. Aside from the devastating impact on the lives of women, their families and communities, the pandemic threatens to undermine efforts to bring about sustainable development.
  This report encapsulates the lessons from three organisations working to achieve women’s
rights in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ghana in their annual campaigns to raise awareness about and contribute to a reduction in violence against women in its many forms. This document offers lessons and guidelines to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community-based organisations (CBOs) to encourage community awareness and understanding of gender-based violence, as well as to help those organisations build campaign strategies — and monitor their impact effectively."

-- 
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