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Chere akonkwa coordinatrice d'osodi congo ,

Le Sommet de la Francophonie approche rapidement et il est l'occasion pour osodi d'avoir une voix lors de ce sommet. Nos partenaires de l'Initiative des femmes Nobel publions une déclaration de haut niveau pour les dirigeants du monde et les participants au sommet d'autres, appelant à des actions fortes en matière de prévention et l'élimination du viol en tant que tactique de guerre, et de plaider pour l'accès à des soins médicaux, des initiatives d'émancipation, et la restitution pour les survivants. Avec le renforcement de la justice des mécanismes-ce que la Cour pénale internationale à mettre fin à l'impunité pour ces crimes, ils préconisent la violence sexuelle à être traitée comme un problème de sécurité par la communauté internationale, et pour la pleine mise en œuvre de plans d'action national global comme l'a demandé dans les Résolutions du Conseil de sécurité 1325 et 1820. et la promotion de la femme

Nous invitons osodi à écrire des lettres ouvertes aux dirigeants de la Francophonie et d'autres participants au Sommet, en particulier en soulignant leurs expériences personnelles ou témoin de violence entre les sexes dans leur communauté, et leur appel à l'action. Pour tous osodi visite au Café Internet cette semaine, s'il vous plaît inviter chacun à écrire sa lettre ouverte dans son journal PulseWire. En plus de la osodi , s'il vous plaît également inclure la balise, "Francophonie", afin que ces lettres peuvent être inclus dans la déclaration Initiative Nobel de la femme lors du sommet.

S'il vous plaît laissez-moi savoir si vous avez des questions.

En toute solidarité,
akonkwa

English translation by community member irenelucia

Summit

Dear Akonkwa, Coordinator of OSODI Congo,

The Francophonie Summit quickly approaches and it is time for OSODI to have a voice during it. Our partners from the Nobel Women’s Initiative published a high-level declaration for the leaders of the world and the participants of the summit, calling for strong actions towards the prevention and elimination of rape as a war tactic and calling for access to medical care, emancipation initiatives, and restitution for survivors.

They call for:
1. A strengthening of the justice system and of the mechanisms used by the International Criminal Court to bring an end to impunity
2. Sexual violence to be treated like a security problem by the international community
3. The full implementation of national and global action plans, as asked for in the Security Council’s Resolutions 1325 and 1820
4. Women’s advancement.

We invite OSODI and other participants of the summit to write open letters to the leaders of Francophonie, particularly emphasizing their personal experiences, their witnessing of gender-based violence in their community, and their calls to action. Please invite all OSODI members who visit the internet café this week to write their open letters in their respective PulseWire journals. In addition to OSODI, please also include the tag “Francophonie,” so that these letters can be included in the Nobel Women’s Initiative declaration during the summit.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
In solidarity,
Akonkwa

Comments

Emily Garcia's picture

Merci de partager cette

Merci de partager cette occasion - ce serait une bonne chose pour poster sur le pouls du monde page Alerte action aussi bien! http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/exchange/actions

En partenariat,
Emily

Emily Garcia
World Pulse Online Community Associate

BALAGIZI MUHEBULE EMMANUEL's picture

thank you

thank nyou

balagizi

irenelucia's picture

TRANSLATION/TRADUCTION

TRANSLATION/TRADUCTION:

"Summit:

Dear Akonkwa, Coordinator of OSODI Congo,

The Francophonie Summit quickly approaches and it is time for OSODI to have a voice during it. Our partners from the Nobel Women’s Initiative published a high-level declaration for the leaders of the world and the participants of the summit, calling for strong actions towards the prevention and elimination of rape as a war tactic and calling for access to medical care, emancipation initiatives, and restitution for survivors.

They call for:
1. A strengthening of the justice system and of the mechanisms used by the International Criminal Court to bring an end to impunity
2. Sexual violence to be treated like a security problem by the international community
3. The full implementation of national and global action plans, as asked for in the Security Council’s Resolutions 1325 and 1820
4. Women’s advancement.

We invite OSODI and other participants of the summit to write open letters to the leaders of Francophonie, particularly emphasizing their personal experiences, their witnessing of gender-based violence in their community, and their calls to action. Please invite all OSODI members who visit the internet café this week to write their open letters in their respective PulseWire journals. In addition to OSODI, please also include the tag “Francophonie,” so that these letters can be included in the Nobel Women’s Initiative declaration during the summit.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
In solidarity,
Akonkwa"

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