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vilence dans le milieu de travail

même dans le milieu de travail les femmes sont toujours violer vous pouvez vous demander comment ça ,vous allez voir au moment ou on veut promouvoir si la femme a la capacité est les compétences elle ne sera pas promut on ira chercher l'homme je ne sais ou, même s'il n'a pas les compétences d’occuper cette poste il sera mis la .
il y a aussi une autre forme de violence trouver au travail les femmes qui travail dans des bureau pour balayer torchonner est faire la propreté du bureau elles sont utiliser comme des prostituées dans les bureau les patrons les utilisent comme ils veulent .
toutes ses femmes violer d'une manière ou d'une autre ne savent pas si elles sont violer ,est ceux qui savent ont peur de hausser la voix pour ne pas être virer au boulot .
moi quand je regarde tout ça ,je me pose mille est une question .
est ce que toutes ces violences auront un jour leurs fin.
je vous demande chers mamans de nous aider montre aux femmes congolaise a connaitre leurs droits est comment
revendiquer .

English translation by community member maggie_dziubek

Violence in the Workplace

Even in the place where they work women are always violated. You can ask how that is, where you will see at the moment where we want to be promoted, if a woman has the ability and the skills she will not be promoted, a man will be found, I don’t know where, even if he doesn’t have the skills to do that job, he will be placed there.

There is also another kind of violence found in the workplace of women who work in offices to sweep and clean the office. They are used like prostitutes in the offices. The customers use them as they wish.

All the women, raped in one way or another, do not know if they are being raped, and those who know are afraid to speak up in order to not be fired.

Me, when I look at all this, I ask myself a thousand and one questions.
Will all this violence one day come to an end?
I ask you, dear mothers, to help show Congolese women how to know their rights.

This story was written for World Pulse’s Ending Violence Against Women Digital Action Campaign.

World Pulse believes that women's stories, recommendations, and collective rising leadership can—and will—bring an end to gender-based violence. The EVAW Campaign elicits powerful content from women on the ground, strengthens their confidence as vocal grassroots leaders, and ensures that influencers and powerful institutions hear their stories.
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Translation

Violence in the Workplace

Even in the place where they work women are always violated. You can ask how that is, where you will see at the moment where we want to be promoted, if a woman has the ability and the skills she will not be promoted, a man will be found, I don’t know where, even if he doesn’t have the skills to do that job, he will be placed there.

There is also another kind of violence found in the workplace of women who work in offices to sweep and clean the office. They are used like prostitutes in the offices. The customers use them as they wish.

All the women, raped in one way or another, do not know if they are being raped, and those who know are afraid to speak up in order to not be fired.

Me, when I look at all this, I ask myself a thousand and one questions.
Will all this violence one day come to an end?
I ask you, dear mothers, to help show Congolese women how to know their rights.

Riziki,

Une des questions que vous avez posées est très difficile de répondre.

"Est ce que toutes ces violences auront un jour leurs fin."

J'éspere le reponse est 'oui' mais, je pense le reponse correct est non. Mais même si, c'est necessaire et important pour des gens comme vous à batailler sur ces violences.

Merci pour votre contribution.

Meilleurs,

Maggie Dziubek

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