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FEMMES EFFACEES

de SAPIN Véronique

FRANCE, 2013, 00:06:00

Production : SAPIN Véronique
Genre : Art vidéo
Mots-clés : Hommage, Femme, Mémoire

Résumé :
Vivre pour que les droits Humains soient respectés et mourir à cause de cet engagement. Nous sommes tous concernés par le meurtre de ces personnes. Nous devons lutter contre leur oubli car la mémoire est une arme face à la barbarie. Cette vidéo est un acte de résistance.

Liste des femmes citées:

Sitara Achakzai : provincial official known for fighting for women's rights : murdered in Afghanistan, Kandahar, April 13th 2009

Esperanza Amaris Miranda : member of the Organización Femenina Popular (OFP) : murdered in Colombia, October 16th 2003

Zilla Huma Usman : Minister for Social Welfare in Punjab province and women’s activist campaigning for emancipation of women : murdered in Pakistan, February 20th 2007

Concepcion Brizuela : she was a founder and treasurer of the Union of People’s Lawyers in Mindanao (UPLM). She was a women’s human rights defender : murdered in Philippines, November 23, 2009

Nahla Hussain : the leader of the women's league of the Kurdish Communist Party : murdered in Iraq, Baghdad, December 18, 2008
Natalia Estemirova : human rights defender : murdered in Russia, Chechnya, Jully 2009

Shazia Begum and Shamim Begum : teachers for girls school : murdered in Pakistan, November 5 2009

Laila Paaitae Daoh : women's rights activist and peace advocate. Alleged insurgents killed her eldest son in 2004 and her husband and second son in 2006 : murdered in Thailand, March 12, 2009

Aqila al-Hashimi : She gained a degree in law in Iraq and a doctorate in French Literature at the Sorbonne. She was a member of the interim Iraqi Governing Council. She supported women’s rights : murdered in Iraq, September 25, 2003

Uma Singh : Uma Singh, 26, worked as a journalist for the Janakpur Today Daily and "Radio Today FM" and was a member of the Women's Human Rights Defender Network : murdered in Nepal, 11 January 2009

Laxmi Bohara : human rights defender : murdered in Nepal, June 2008
Cynthia Oquendo : a young artistic mother, was also a human rights defender, lawyer and member of UPLM : murdered in Philippines, November 23, 2009

Zeena al-Qushtaini : owned one of Baghdad’s best known pharmacies and mingled with women activists : murdered in Iraq, March 05, 2005

Safia Amajan : women's rights defender in Afghanistan for decades. She served as the head of the women's department in Kandahar's city government : murdered in Afghanistan, September 25, 2006

Yolanda Izquierdo : women's rights activist : murdered in Colombie, January 31th 2007

Amal al-Ma’amalachi : women’s rights activist and government adviser : murdered in Iraq, November 2009

Ana Isabel Gomez : human rights defender : murdered in Colombie, April 14 2009

Malalai Kakar : she was Afghanistan's most prominent policewoman, serving as the head of Kandahar's department for crimes against women. She was the first woman to attend and graduate from the Kandahar Police Academy : murdered in Afghanistan, September 28 2008

Unfortunately this list is incomplete.

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Format d'origine : vidéo
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Chromie : Noir&Blanc
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