Even wars have limits.

Now in the era of wars in which there are orphaned people and there are homeless people and there are wives whose husbands died and became homeless and without a family, and there are women who lost their husbands and there are those who lost their children and those who lost their jobs and those who lost their families and those who remain without rights and there are those who left their shelter and became refugee

Here we are living on the earth in order to rebuild it and not even to mourn corruption. There are some countries that work to spread fear and panic in the hearts of many families from other countries because of different policies between countries. In this we must return the rights of women to them and to return women to politics and to Education to health, etc.

Women are defenders of human rights, and they have the right to enjoy everything from rights to live their name like the rest who enjoy full rights and exploit them honorably. In some countries there are female doctors, teachers, warriors and nurses. Everything, and for this reason, their rights are neglected and exploited.

The state must return the woman and make her participate in politics so that she can express her opinion clearly without fear, and she must participate in education so that she is an educated woman of importance in society. Respecting women's rights so that corrupt people cannot exploit them.

my question is :
Are all countries able to give women their rights, or are there some corrupters in governance and authority who rob women of their rights?

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  • British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    23 Nov 2021

    Well, your question is very important and at the same time it is controversial, but in my opinion, there is no country that values ​​the life of a woman or a woman in general. Every country is able to give the female a high position, a stable life, and a safe situation, but there are countries that do not even allow the female to breathe. Yes, to this degree, I am exaggerating in my words, because as we see or hear daily, thousands of women die at the hands of society, but when they set laws for women, did they think about what women have done in this world?
    Also, there are some laws that stipulate that the female does not exercise her rights completely or freely. Let me tell you that the world is two halves, half of which is female and the other half was made by females. Yes, this is the truth, but in fact, no country has valued women or the female in general. Why is the female not human? ! Is a female worth all this trouble and suffocation from society?! Will the law ever achieve women's rights?!

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    1. Screenshot_20200324_165750.jpg Molly @ Topical Talk
      independent_technology's comment 23 Nov 2021

      This is an interesting discussion independent_technology. What do you think can be done to create a more equal society for women? Is there anything that has been done already that you think works well?

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      1. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Molly @ Topical Talk's comment 23 Nov 2021

        I think that setting laws to respect women the United Nations in its country and when a specialized committee on women’s rights is established so that women’s rights are not infringed is a very useful thing because when a person knows that there is punishment for those who violate these laws, some may fear that they will infringe on women’s rights, and This may also help other countries, because the United Nations is the most deceitful place from which other countries may be imitated.

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        1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
          wondrous_flight's comment 23 Nov 2021

          A very good idea, wondrous_flight. Do you have any questions for Suraya Pakzad, our expert from the Voice of Women Organisation? You can ask a question on the "Ask an expert" page under Editors' Picks.

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          1. British Council.jpg playful_dragonfruit | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
            Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 23 Nov 2021

            My question is that the woman's voice is not heard, so how do the people around you interact with your activity? Is this an easy thing? The second question, what are the challenges you face being a woman?

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            1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
              playful_dragonfruit's comment 24 Nov 2021

              Who is your question to, playful_dragonfruit?

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      2. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Molly @ Topical Talk's comment 23 Nov 2021

        So When different countries offer women more opportunities to participate in the economy, the benefits go far beyond the girl or woman to reach society and the economy at large. Addressing gender gaps in access to quality jobs is not only the right thing to do from a human rights perspective, it is also a smart economy. A recent study shows that increasing women's labor force participation to an equal extent with men could increase GDP in the United States by 5%, in the United Arab Emirates by 12%, and in Egypt by 34%.....

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        1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
          independent_technology's comment 23 Nov 2021

          Can you link this information to the post above?

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          1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
            Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 23 Nov 2021

            Okay
            She said in her post (The state should bring back women and make them participate in politics so that they express their opinion clearly without fear, and they should participate in education so that an educated woman is important in society. Respect women's rights so that the corrupt will not take advantage of them.)

            And from my point of view, The issue of women's participation in decision-making is still a controversial topic that attracts the attention of activists in the field of democracy, human rights and citizenship. This is especially true in the Arab region, which is witnessing a sharp political and even bloody movement, which requires mobilizing all human energies to establish stability in it, including the need for the role of women who participated in some popular movements in Arab countries. Those countries that are still searching in a violent struggle for the possibility of establishing peace, and which must consider women, by their nature, as the main advocates of security and safety in them. Noting that it was this same woman who paid dearly for the price of political conflicts at the expense of her dignity, the fragmentation of her family, and her loss of the ability to effectively influence the course of events that contribute to her marginalization, but rather a significant decline in her role in light of extremism and ideological fossilization.



            Before and during these changes in the Arab region, the question that always lingers on us is that despite all the studies that have been conducted on women’s political participation, and the seminars and conferences held to discuss this issue, the progress that has been achieved on the ground is very limited.

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            1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
              independent_technology's comment 24 Nov 2021

              Can you summarise your point in one sentence, independent_technology?

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              1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
                Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 24 Nov 2021

                The issue of women’s participation in politics is a very, very interesting topic, that women participated in popular movements, that society restricted women and removed their voice in their demand for freedom, and their demand is an expression of my opinion, and that in all political participation and discussions, there is a very limited way on the issue of women’s participation in politics

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      3. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Molly @ Topical Talk's comment 23 Nov 2021

        Women's rights are the rights and entitlements claimed by women and girls around the world. The foundations of the women's rights movement were formed in the nineteenth century, and the feminist movement during the twentieth century, in some countries those rights are institutionalized or supported by law. and local customs and behaviours, while in other countries these rights are ignored and suppressed.

        It differs from broad conceptions of human rights by claiming an inherent historical and traditional bias against the exercise of rights by women and girls in favor of men and boys.

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        1. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
          independent_technology's comment 24 Nov 2021

          I agree with you, but when the largest countries in the world take an interest in women and give them their full rights, this decision will push all countries to give women their rights, and also when state visionaries understand that women are permeated with political and social life and in all fields, they will give them their rights so that they can exploit them In countries to develop their economy and social relations with other countries.

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  • British Council.jpg exuberant_keyboard | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    24 Nov 2021

    The UN has acknowledged this problem in 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The fifth SDG is Achieve Gender Equality and Empower all women and girls. This is an indicator to the significant roles of women toward development.
    Of course, all countries must have valid and strong laws and legislations to ensure equal opportunities for women and to ensure their effective participation in all activities, leadership positions and to be engaged in decision making process.
    I also believe that women themselves must be aware of their rights.

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    1. Ericka Shin.jpg EXPERT: Ericka @ The Economist
      exuberant_keyboard's comment 25 Nov 2021

      Excellent comment, exuberant_keyboard. I really appreciate your reference to the UN's SDG 5 within the context of this discussion. You do a great job explaining why it's important for countries to ensure women's rights, but going back to wondrous_flight's original post, are there governments that don't do this? If so, why do you think they lack protections for women?

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      1. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Ericka @ The Economist's comment 26 Nov 2021

        Yes, there are governments that do not do this. I think that they lack that because the woman, with her political participation, takes her out of the private sphere represented by the family into the public sphere, and also helps in reconsidering the perceptions and visions that govern the sharing of roles between men and women, and also helps in making decisions and empowering women. From obtaining and exercising rights and contributing to the management and direction of society, it is also an indicator and indication of the dynamism of citizen strengthening and a criterion for redistributing the power circles between the sexes and improving the mechanisms of democratic practice.

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  • British Council.jpg free_planet | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    26 Nov 2021

    From my point of view, to give women their rights, rules must be set for women in their states. Woman represent everything from the daughter to the grandmother. The state must provide, abide by, and protect women's rights. Thus, women take full rights.

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  • British Council.jpg pioneering_wilddog | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    29 Nov 2021

    Everyone knows that women are half of society, and that they have a great role in raising generations, but there are countries that claim that women do not influence society like men, but tell me what is the reason for the progress of the Arab Gulf countries, for example?? The reason is to give women job opportunities like men. Moreover, it is one of the legitimate rights mentioned in human rights charters (the right to equality), and it is not permissible to underestimate the status of women, because the reason for the exaltation of some states is in their women.

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