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la violence au milieu de service

Au Congo la violence continu toujours a battre record dans touts les niveaux et dans tout les domaines peut être vous allez vous vous demander comment ,,je veut vous expliquez.
par exemple au moment ou on veut promouvoir, si on a une femme dans la boite qui a des compétences pour faire le travail elle ne sera pas promut ,on ira chercher l'homme je ne sais pas ou pour venir faire ce travail même s'il ne sais rien a propos du poste qu'on va lui offert seulement parce que il est un homme,
il y a une autre forme de violence trouver dans le milieu de service vous allez voir ces femmes qui fonts les travail de propreté dans des bureau ces femmes sont utilisent comme des prostituée des leurs patrons ces mamans n'ont pas a refuser parce qu 'elles ont besoins de travailler est en plus elle ne sont intimident par leurs patrons maintenant elles ont peur de perdre leurs poste .moi quand je voie tout cella je me pose mille est une question.
ces violences vont continuez jusque a quant.
parmi ces mamans il y a ceux qui ne savent pas leurs droits,est ceux qui savent ont peur d’être virer au boulot
chers mamans ce que nous vivons ici est très déplorable ,je vous demande mes chers de nous aider pour voir comment nous allons quittez dans cette situation,comment aider nos mamans a savoir leurs droits est comment les revendiquez
merci

English translation by community member maggie_dziubek

The violence in the Congo continues to beat records at all levels and in all areas. Maybe you ask how this is? I will explain.

For example, when you are looking for a promotion, if we have a woman in the running who has the skills to do the job she will not be promoted, they will find a man, I don’t know where he would come from, to do the job, even if he doesn’t know anything about the position, he will be offered it only because he is a man. There is another form of violence found in the area of service, you have seen the women who do these jobs cleaning the office. These women are used like prostitutes by their bosses. These mothers do not refuse because they need the work and, what’s more, they are not intimidated by their bosses now they are afraid of losing their jobs. Me, when I see all of this I ask myself a thousand and one questions.

This violence will continue until when?

Among these mothers are those who do not know their rights, and those who know but are afraid to be fired.
Dear Mothers, that we live here is very deplorable. I am asking you, my dears, to help us to see how we can quit this situation. How can we help those mothers to know their rights and how to claim them?
Thank you.

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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The violence in the Congo continues to beat records at all levels and in all areas. Maybe you ask how this is? I will explain.

For example, when you are looking for a promotion, if we have a woman in the running who has the skills to do the job she will not be promoted, they will find a man, I don’t know where he would come from, to do the job, even if he doesn’t know anything about the position, he will be offered it only because he is a man. There is another form of violence found in the area of service, you have seen the women who do these jobs cleaning the office. These women are used like prostitutes by their bosses. These mothers do not refuse because they need the work and, what’s more, they are not intimidated by their bosses now they are afraid of losing their jobs. Me, when I see all of this I ask myself a thousand and one questions.

This violence will continue until when?
Among these mothers are those who do not know their rights, and those who know but are afraid to be fired.
Dear Mothers, that we live here is very deplorable. I am asking you, my dears, to help us to see how we can quit this situation. How can we help those mothers to know their rights and how to claim them?
Thank you.

maggie_dziubek's picture

Riziki, Merci encore pour

Riziki,

Merci encore pour votre contribution. Sur votre questions. C'est difficile, mais je pense le reponse simple à un problème complexe est l'education (de droit, de bien-être sexuelle, etc. etc.). Si tel était disponible pour les femmes ce serait super, je pense.

Meilleurs salutations,

Maggie Dziubek

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