Sudanese leadership share ‘their best move to end gender violence’

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Thanks Mohamed ABD Alrahman Eisa – St John’s Anglican Church  Footscray for sharing your best move to end violence  against women

 

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Thanks Poni Mansukrume – St John’s Anglican Church Footscray, for sharing your best move to end violence against women

2 thoughts on “Sudanese leadership share ‘their best move to end gender violence’

  1. I don’t think this is true. ther are positive values in my own culture but theres extreme pride that its impossible to acknowledge negative social things . From this pride comes a denial of rape and dv, a denial that maintains the shame and stigma survivors continue to experience, making Sudanese society blind to the needs of survivors.

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  2. Good that leaders are bringing this issue to the fore. The conversation needs to happen amongst Sudanese men not just women no matter how uncomfortable it is!!!!

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