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RAPPORTSUR L’ATELIER TRAITANT SUR LA RESOLUTION 1325 & 1820 ET PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE ORGANISE PAR LE CENTRE MAMA SHUJAA DANS LA

Nous avons commencé l’atelier légèrement en retard, la formation avait deux modules dont la résolution 1325 et 1820 ; l’autre sur la photographie.
Premier jour : Le 10 juin 2014.
Après une brève présentation de la part du charger du programme et des participant (e) (s) à l’atelier d’une manière individuelle ; nous avons participés à un nombre minimum de 20 participant (e)(s).
MODULE 1. LA RESOLUTION 1325 ET 1820
Dispensé par : Me WIVINE
Sa méthode était basée sur les personnes qui vont aller sur terrain de bien comprendre cet outil de la résolution 1325 et 1820 pour vulgariser ce message dans notre groupe des filles ambassadrices et autres femmes vulnérables ne sachant pas leurs droits. Me WIVINE nous a parlé un peu de l’historique de la résolution 1325, la résolution économique au niveau nationale et stratégique.
Définition de la résolution 1325 : c’est cadre politique très important qui donne aux femmes, aux ONG féminines, à la société civile, au gouvernement une orientation claire quant à l’intégration de la dimension genre dans le processus de paix et de reconstruction nationale.
Autre définition : est une interpellation de tous les grands décideurs de ce monde qui sont impliqués directement où indirectement dans les conflits ou dans le processus de paix à adopter une démarche qui prenne en compte les préoccupations et les besoins du genre sans discrimination.
Objectif de la résolution 1325
Il y a 4 objectifs :
- Pour garantir une pleine (total) et effective protection, participation de la femme et de la jeune fille dans la reconstruction nationale et dans le processus de la paix durable et sécurité internationale.
- Pour protéger les droits des femmes et enfants, filles et assurer leur pleine (total) participation dans le processus de paix avec le rôle accrues dans le processus de paix.
- Pour assurer une meilleure représentation des femmes à tout le niveau des opérations de maintient de la paix.
- Pour mesurer les données sur l’évolution de prise en compte du genre dans le maintient de paix et dans toute les autres questions concernant les femmes et filles.
Lors de l’atelier deux questions nous ont été posé sur la résolution 1325 en termes d’évaluation :
1. Qu’est-ce que la résolution 1325 ? d’après-vous ?
2. Est-ce que vous pouvez l’utilisé dans votre groupe des filles ambassadrices ?
Nous avons répondu dans les différents groupes dont 3 groupes qui ont été formé et nous avons essayé de répondre des différentes manières. Quant à notre groupe 1 nous avons répondu de la manière suivante à ces deux questions :
- R1/C’est un outil utilisé pour la femme dans la recherche de la paix, de la protection et de la sécurité mais aussi surtout sa participation dans toutes les activités qui la concerne.
Ex : GANDI : tous ce que vous faite sans moi, vous le faite contre moi.
- R2/ Oui : Nous devons intégrer cette résolution 1325, en vulgarisant partout aux femmes vulnérables ne sachant pas leurs droits ; sur cette dernière, en informant la population sur le changement des mentalités pour que cette résolution trouve une place dans nos cœurs….
Attente : Dés aujourd’hui, notre groupe1 fera la vulgarisation partout dans le différent coin de l’Est de la RDC.
Deuxième jour : le 11 Juin 2014.
Présentée par : Me Wivine
L’explication sur La résolution 1325 et 1820.
Nous avons les points suivants :
Plan d’action
Un plan bâti sur des partenaires solides : qui définit clairement le partenariat avec les organisations.
Un plan basé sur la protection, prévention et participation : c’est primordial qu’au niveau de chaque chantier, projet, programme et politique liés à la paix, à la réconciliation et à la reconstruction, les trois axes principaux de la résolution 1325 à savoir la protection, à la prévention et la participation, fassent partie des objectifs et orientations stratégiques :
- la protection des droits des femmes et des filles devrait concrètement se faire par le biais de mesures et de reformes niveau ;
a. Législatif, Judiciaire et constitutionnel
b. Sécurité et protection physique
c. Droits socioéconomiques (terre, propriété, éducation, alphabétisation, sécurité, économique, santé primaire)
d. Lutte contre la violence sexuelle et la violence basée sur le genre
e. Santé maternelle et santé de la reproduction
f. Lutte contre le VIH/SIDA
- La prévention devrait inclure les points :
a. Justice et réparation, y compris la justice transitionnelle
b. Réforme du secteur de la sécurité : les exigences sexospécifique de la réforme
c. Réforme du secteur de la justice ; les exigences sexospécifique de la réforme
d. Une nouvelle culture de paix inspirée par la contribution des femmes et bâtie sur le l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes.
- La participation : nous devons d’abord ; former et informer les femmes qu’est-ce que la résolution 1325 pour que ces femmes soient les bénéficiaires et après elles deviennent les productrices.
Ex : La femme doit participer dans tout le domaine (politique, culturel, juridique…)
- Prévention : il faut que la femme soit sensibilisée et connaître ses droits ; elle doit être aussi la réconciliatrice, elle doit être un outil de la justice.
Ex : Eduquer une femme, c’est éduquée toute une nation.
- Protection : la femme doit hausser sa voix en dénonçant le mal pour être sécuriser.
La résolution 1820 : c’est un réprimé de viol tactique de guerre.
La loi congolaise sur la violence sexuelle : la loi N° 06/018 du 20 juillet 2006, modifiant et complétant le décret du 30 juin 1940 portant code pénal congolais. Cette loi est mise en œuvre. Les différentes formes de viols :
- Attentat à la pudeur
- Incitation des mineurs à la débauche
- Souteneur et du proxénétisme
- Prostitution forcé
- De la stérilisation
- Mariage forcée
- Harcèlement
- Esclavage sexuel
- Mutilation sexuel
- Zoophilie
- Transmission de libérer le VIH/SIDA
- Trafic et exploitation des enfants aux fins sexuelles
- Prostitution d’enfant
Attente : Dénoncer l’auteur pour que la femme retrouve sa valeur.

A 12 heurs, il y avait un autre intervenant dont Madame JADE .
MODULE 1.
Photographie
Amour de ma vie.
Définition : la photographie est un chemin pour faire passer le message.
Une photo prise peut présenter mille mots. Importance c’est de ne pas seulement en français mais c’est sans barrière.
Exercice : prendre la photo de la vie quotidienne. Sur ce point les groupes étaient formés deux à deux. Quant à moi j’avais pris la photo de la Bible, et la correction était portée sur ça, il fallait mettre les mains au-dessus.
Comment prendre une photo ?
Voir là où le soleil sort et vous prenez la photo en eau thermale.
Nous avons traité les points suivants :
Deuxième jour : le 11 juin 2014.
La suite de cours sur la photographie.
Présentée par : Madame Jade
Signification de la photographie : écrire avec la lumière
Pensée à la lumière chaque fois. La manière de prendre la photo est le suivant :
- A la couché du soleil, la lumière est un peu douce.
- Photo proche = lune de miel c'est-à-dire sujet est loin
- Vers le bas = vie des oiseaux
- La position
- Texture la sensation d’une surface : prendre la photo et montré le texture (bébé, adulte montre le cicatrice)
- Couleur : photo en couleur ou selon le choix (noir et blanc)
- Ombre : voir là où le soleil sort et vous prenez la photo.
- La silhouette : la forme sombre et le contour de quelqu’un de quelque chose de visible sur un fond plus clair. Lorsque tu prends la photo, si le soleil et avant la photo, ne sera pas bonne mais il faut que ça soit après le soleil.
- La lumière : faire voir la belle face, c’est le soir. Le soir est bon pour la photographie. Le matin, à midi ; c’est ne pas bien mais le soir, c’est mieux.
- Se concentrer pour une place (petite) ou on localise, la décision vient au photographe.
Ex : il faut se concentre sur une image et cadrer.
- L’arrangement : il faut penser avant de prendre la photo et pensée là comme un dessin ; de près, loin, lumière, position tout ça donne d’arrangement.
Affectation :
Exercice : tirer sur la photographie, dessinée.
- Portrait d’une image dont explique l’histoire d’une personne
- Portrait d’environnement
Ex : photo d’une fille qui pleurée

Attente : être une bonne photographe et bien interprété la photo.

English translation by community member amys

Report on the Workshop on Resolution 1325 and 1820, and the Photography Course, Organised by the Maman Shujaa Centre

We started the workshop slightly late. The training had two modules – resolution 1325 and 1820, and the other one was about photography.

Day One, 10th June 2014. After a short presentation by the programme’s leader and individual participants (there were at least 20 participants).

MODULE 1. Resolution 1325 and 1820, by Ms. Wivine. Her method was based on people on the ground who understand the resolutions 1325 and 1820 going out and spreading the message within our group of girl ambassadors and other vulnerable women who don’t know their rights. Ms. Wivine talked to us a bit about the history of Resolution 1325, the economic resolution at a national and strategic level.
To give a definition of Resolution 1325, it is a very important political framework which gives women, women’s NGOs, civil society and the government, clear directions in terms of integrating gender issues into peace and national reconstruction processes. To give another definition: it is an appeal to all the great decision makers of the world who are directly involved in conflicts and peace processes to adopt an approach which takes into account the needs of gender without discrimination.
The aim of Resolution 1325. There are 4 aims:
- To guarantee full and effective protection and participation of women and girls in national reconstruction and the processes for sustainable peace and international security.
- To protect the rights of women, children and girls and ensure their full participation in the peace process with an increased role in the peace process.
- To ensure better representation of women at every level of peacekeeping operations.
- To measure the data on the evolution and awareness of gender in peacekeeping and all other issues concerning women and girls.
During the workshop, we were asked two questions about Resolution 1325 in terms of evaluation: 1. What do you think Resolution 1325 is? 2. Can you use it in your group of girl ambassadors? We responded in different groups, and we tried to reply in different ways. Our group, group one, responded to the question with the following answers:
1. It is a tool used for women in the search for peace, protection and security, but also the participation of women in all activities that concern them. Eg. GANDHI: “what you do for me, but without me, you do against me”.
2. Yes: we should integrate resolution 1325, by spreading it amongst all vulnerable women who do not know their rights, informing the population about the change in attitudes do that this resolution can find a place in our hearts.
Expectation: from now on, our group, group 1, will spread awareness of this resolution throughout the different areas of the Eastern DRC.

Day 2. 11th June 2014. Presented by Ms Wivine. Explanation of Resolutions 1325 and 1820.
We looked at the following points: Action Plan – a plan built on solid partnerships, which clearly defines partnerships with organisations. A plan based on protection, prevention and participation. It’s essential that at the level of each workshop, project, programme and policy relating to peace, reconciliation and reconstruction, the three main axes of Resolution 1325, play a part in strategic orientations.

The protection of the rights of women and girls must be specifically put into practice with reform measures at the level of:
a. legislature, the judiciary and the constitution,
b. security and physical protection,
c. socioeconomic rights (land, property, education, literacy, security, economy, primary health),
d. the fight against sexual and gender-based violence, e. maternal and reproductive health, f. the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Prevention should include the following points:
a. justice and reparation, including transitional justice,
b. reform of the security system, including sex-specific reform demands,
c. reform of the justice system, including sex-specific reform demands,
d. a new culture of peace inspired by women’s contribution and built on equality between men and women.

Particupation: First of all we must educate and inform women about what Resolution 1325 is, so that more women can benefit from it and then become productive. Eg. Women need to participate in all fields (political, cultural, legal…)

Prevention: women must be informed and made aware of their rights. They must also be reconciliatory; they must be a tool for justice. Eg. Educating women is educating the nation.

Protection: women must raise their voices when denouncing wrongdoing, to be more secure.

Resolution 1820 represses rape as a weapon of war.
Congolese law on sexual violence: Law no. 06/018 of 20th July 2006, which modifies and completes the decree of 30th June 1940 of the Congolese criminal code. This law is implemented. The different forms of rape:
- Indecent assault
- Inciting minors to participate in lewd acts
- Forced prostitution
- Sterilisation
- Forced marriage
- Harassment
- Sexual slavery
- Sexual mutiliation
- Bestiality
- Deliberate transmission of HIV/AIDS
- Trafficking and exploitation of children for sex
- Child prostitution

Expectation: Denounce the perpetrator so that the woman can regain her value.

At 12 o’clock there was another presentation by Ms Jade.

Module 1.
Photography
Love of my life.
Definition: photography is a path to pass on the message. A photo taken can present a thousand words. The important thing is that they are not just in French, there’s no barrier.

Exercise: take a photo of every day life. For this, we got into groups of two. As for me, I took a photo of the Bible, and there was a correction made on that – you had to put your hands on top.

How to take a photo?
You look to see where the sun is coming from and you take the photo on automatic. We dealt with the following points:
Day 2: 11th June 2014.
Following the photography course.
Presented by Ms Jade
The meaning of photography: writing with light
Always think about the light. They way to take a photo is this:
- When the sun sets, the light is a bit softer.
- Close-up = honeymoon, in other words the subject is far away.
- Downwards = bird’s eye
- Position
- The texture and the sensation of a surface: take the photo and show the texture (baby, adult, show the scar)
- Colour: photo in colour or black and white, your choice.
- Shadow: see where the sun is coming from and take the photo.
- Silhouette: the dark form and the contour of someone or something visible against a paler surface. When you take the photo, if the sun is in front of the photo it won’t be good. You have to take it behind the sun.
- Light: The evening is good for photography. The morning and midday are not good, but the evening is better.
- Concentrate on a (small) place that you can identify. The decision lies with the photographer.
Eg. It’s important to concentrate on one image and frame it.
Arrangement: It’s important, before you take a photo, to think about it like a drawing, close up, distance, position, all of those things add to the arrangement.

Allocation:
Exercise: start doing photography, drawing.
- a portrait of an image that explains a person’s history.
- Portrait of the environment
- Eg. A girl who’s crying.
Expectation: be a good photographer and become good at taking photos.

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Report on the Workshop on Resolution 1325 and 1820, and the Photography Course, Organised by the Maman Shujaa Centre

We started the workshop slightly late. The training had two modules – resolution 1325 and 1820, and the other one was about photography.

Day One, 10th June 2014. After a short presentation by the programme’s leader and individual participants (there were at least 20 participants).

MODULE 1. Resolution 1325 and 1820, by Ms. Wivine. Her method was based on people on the ground who understand the resolutions 1325 and 1820 going out and spreading the message within our group of girl ambassadors and other vulnerable women who don’t know their rights. Ms. Wivine talked to us a bit about the history of Resolution 1325, the economic resolution at a national and strategic level.
To give a definition of Resolution 1325, it is a very important political framework which gives women, women’s NGOs, civil society and the government, clear directions in terms of integrating gender issues into peace and national reconstruction processes. To give another definition: it is an appeal to all the great decision makers of the world who are directly involved in conflicts and peace processes to adopt an approach which takes into account the needs of gender without discrimination.
The aim of Resolution 1325. There are 4 aims:
- To guarantee full and effective protection and participation of women and girls in national reconstruction and the processes for sustainable peace and international security.
- To protect the rights of women, children and girls and ensure their full participation in the peace process with an increased role in the peace process.
- To ensure better representation of women at every level of peacekeeping operations.
- To measure the data on the evolution and awareness of gender in peacekeeping and all other issues concerning women and girls.
During the workshop, we were asked two questions about Resolution 1325 in terms of evaluation: 1. What do you think Resolution 1325 is? 2. Can you use it in your group of girl ambassadors? We responded in different groups, and we tried to reply in different ways. Our group, group one, responded to the question with the following answers:
1. It is a tool used for women in the search for peace, protection and security, but also the participation of women in all activities that concern them. Eg. GANDHI: “what you do for me, but without me, you do against me”.
2. Yes: we should integrate resolution 1325, by spreading it amongst all vulnerable women who do not know their rights, informing the population about the change in attitudes do that this resolution can find a place in our hearts.
Expectation: from now on, our group, group 1, will spread awareness of this resolution throughout the different areas of the Eastern DRC.

Day 2. 11th June 2014. Presented by Ms Wivine. Explanation of Resolutions 1325 and 1820.
We looked at the following points: Action Plan – a plan built on solid partnerships, which clearly defines partnerships with organisations. A plan based on protection, prevention and participation. It’s essential that at the level of each workshop, project, programme and policy relating to peace, reconciliation and reconstruction, the three main axes of Resolution 1325, play a part in strategic orientations.

The protection of the rights of women and girls must be specifically put into practice with reform measures at the level of:
a. legislature, the judiciary and the constitution,
b. security and physical protection,
c. socioeconomic rights (land, property, education, literacy, security, economy, primary health),
d. the fight against sexual and gender-based violence, e. maternal and reproductive health, f. the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Prevention should include the following points:
a. justice and reparation, including transitional justice,
b. reform of the security system, including sex-specific reform demands,
c. reform of the justice system, including sex-specific reform demands,
d. a new culture of peace inspired by women’s contribution and built on equality between men and women.

Particupation: First of all we must educate and inform women about what Resolution 1325 is, so that more women can benefit from it and then become productive. Eg. Women need to participate in all fields (political, cultural, legal…)

Prevention: women must be informed and made aware of their rights. They must also be reconciliatory; they must be a tool for justice. Eg. Educating women is educating the nation.

Protection: women must raise their voices when denouncing wrongdoing, to be more secure.

Resolution 1820 represses rape as a weapon of war.
Congolese law on sexual violence: Law no. 06/018 of 20th July 2006, which modifies and completes the decree of 30th June 1940 of the Congolese criminal code. This law is implemented. The different forms of rape:
- Indecent assault
- Inciting minors to participate in lewd acts
- Forced prostitution
- Sterilisation
- Forced marriage
- Harassment
- Sexual slavery
- Sexual mutiliation
- Bestiality
- Deliberate transmission of HIV/AIDS
- Trafficking and exploitation of children for sex
- Child prostitution

Expectation: Denounce the perpetrator so that the woman can regain her value.

At 12 o’clock there was another presentation by Ms Jade.

Module 1.
Photography
Love of my life.
Definition: photography is a path to pass on the message. A photo taken can present a thousand words. The important thing is that they are not just in French, there’s no barrier.

Exercise: take a photo of every day life. For this, we got into groups of two. As for me, I took a photo of the Bible, and there was a correction made on that – you had to put your hands on top.

How to take a photo?
You look to see where the sun is coming from and you take the photo on automatic. We dealt with the following points:
Day 2: 11th June 2014.
Following the photography course.
Presented by Ms Jade
The meaning of photography: writing with light
Always think about the light. They way to take a photo is this:
- When the sun sets, the light is a bit softer.
- Close-up = honeymoon, in other words the subject is far away.
- Downwards = bird’s eye
- Position
- The texture and the sensation of a surface: take the photo and show the texture (baby, adult, show the scar)
- Colour: photo in colour or black and white, your choice.
- Shadow: see where the sun is coming from and take the photo.
- Silhouette: the dark form and the contour of someone or something visible against a paler surface. When you take the photo, if the sun is in front of the photo it won’t be good. You have to take it behind the sun.
- Light: The evening is good for photography. The morning and midday are not good, but the evening is better.
- Concentrate on a (small) place that you can identify. The decision lies with the photographer.
Eg. It’s important to concentrate on one image and frame it.
Arrangement: It’s important, before you take a photo, to think about it like a drawing, close up, distance, position, all of those things add to the arrangement.

Allocation:
Exercise: start doing photography, drawing.
- a portrait of an image that explains a person’s history.
- Portrait of the environment
- Eg. A girl who’s crying.
Expectation: be a good photographer and become good at taking photos.

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Thank you for the courage

I am delighted for the translation and Courage

Brigitte

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Bonjour Brigitte! c'est très

Bonjour Brigitte! c'est très intéressant lire ce que vous avez appris sur les résolutions 1325 et 1820 - que moi je ne les connaissais pas bien, mais il semble qu'ils sont très important pour les droit des femmes dans le monde. J'espère que vous pouvez maintenant prendre des belles photos! J'aime beaucoup voir des photos sur les articles sur World Pulse, parce que c'est bien voir le sujet de l'article, mais aussi on peut se sentir plus proche des personnes qui écrivent et participent ici.

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COURAGE

Amys,
Vous êtes merveilleuse avec des belles expressions pour m'encourager d'avantage pour l’amélioration de mon travail. Soyez bénit!

Brigitte

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COLLABORATION

Hi!
Thank you very much for your attention, but we are still in training and two types of flash fit on the type of camera and lighting of different studio are not used as much more than it is new to me as a beginner? Could you guide us? We are a group of 10 girls ambassadors for peace. Do you have the will to support for learning?

Brigitte

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