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Podium of Strength

Web 2.0 sparked in me several years ago the passion to know and express thoughts that made me who know that I have a right to live, and no one can live my life for me except me. Recalling my growing up years in the university where few had access to computers, or internet, where my friends and I had to book at least a week in advance to get a computer over night to see what others do in their world. It coincide that today the first person i read about online passed on into world beyond. I recall that night reading about Margaret Thatcher gave me a strength to be strong for myself and allow no one to cheat or defile me or anyone around me, by speaking for my rights and that of others. This encouraged me to build my passion for social justice and join various social movements.

Every where in the world women are increasingly becoming empowered and sharing their stories. Engaging positively and actively in the use of web 2.0 helped heal the sores and wounds of many women who cant share their stories with people that know for the fear of discrimination and stigma. So many women are dying in silence for not been able to speak out, but with various platforms; women are experiencing life in new ways and discovering new innovations to life they desire and dream.

Standing as unified force against oppression, gender based violence, abuses in all forms and injustice can sure be better but not worst with the advancement of women movement in utilizing all opportunities available. It provides we - women to learn and share best practices with each other. It brings to lime light the challenges face by us all while equipping us to solve them as one ( a stick of brown can be broken, but a several put together cant be broken) that is what digital media and social media is doing to women movement.

The various tools available is helping me and will continue to help me to reach to women and girls whose have been abuse one way or the other. It has brought smile to the Tattali girls victims of child marriage to have access to education and economic empowerment. The strength that lies in the excellent use of digital media and social media cant be exhausted rather it will open more avenue for empowerment.

To every woman who have suffered injustice, rape, incest or violence... you are not alone, we are all together... very soon our pains will fade away and sores disappear....

indeed to every woman... web 2.0 is a podium of strength


Klaudia Mexico's picture


you´re truly right we.women are living in an age where borders don't exist and we'll fight to guarantee that every girl is safe and provided with health and education.

Klaudia González

binapatel33's picture

Together we are one!

Thank you for sharing your comments. You right very well and I really enjoyed reading your post. I completely agree, this new platform will help us heal and become inspired by our strengths. The pain will disappear and healing will begin, we will help each other as women to heal!!

Thank you!

Kind Regards,
Bina Patel
hc Mediate, LLC

Hesychia's picture


There is an excitement and passion for your work that shines through your writing. Your view of healing for individual women by using these tools carries power.

Thank you for sharing your voice!

Mahrukh Pasha's picture

Your piece of word is great

Your piece of word is great and very motivational
Keep Writing :)

Thank You

Anita Muhanguzi's picture

My dear sister

Thank you for such an inspirational piece. Please continue to post such lovely writing that can inspire others. Hope to hear more stories from you.

Mrs. Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi
Head of Legal and Advocacy
Centre for Batwa Minorities
Skype: mrs_muhanguzi

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