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Need: I and black women in Denmark and the people of Mozambique Need Help or an Urgent Character from Pulse. Please Help.

Stop Violence against women.

Stop Violence against me. No one is helping. Not even Pulse is helping me. In Skandinavia we are being psychologically tortured. Some black women are phisicaly beaten by police and declared Psycos only because they do not accept to be discriminated, they do not accept to have their children and grand children taken away from them just and only because they are blacks Muslims or foreigners.

I have tried to contact all UN Hunam Right. I travelled to 7 most powerful countries of Europe only to understand how UNHR work. No help. In Swiss I was even threaten with police only because I insisted in talking with someone. For many reasons. The most important reason is that the UNHR is there only and alone to help people in troubles who do not have a permanent residence in Europe. Actually is seems to me tha that Human Right Authorities fear Scandinavian Government. I turned into Pulse because I believed that World Pulse could help me through problem og Gender discrimination Racial discrimination and Rape. Guess what. Absolutely nothing. The only way for me to get help is by obey the law of European Union towards Africa and African Around the World.

Howerver I`m ready to help World Pulse, but I`m very desapointed, because time is running and feel more and more misused and abused by most International Organization like Pulse. I`m not from Nepal, I do not approve my Government Presidential elections 2014 and I have over 50 porocents of the population of Mozambique do supporters Republican Women of Mozambique.
Till today I have not seen any kind of help from pulse. Please inform what institution I should go to for help.
Please note that my words do not signify that I do not want to be a member of Pulse or support pulse, I`m just asking Pulse for help of an urgent Character.


mrbeckbeck's picture

Challenging situation

Wow, it sounds like you are in a very, very challenging situation right now. I wish that there was more help I could offer, either personally or as a representative of World Pulse.

We are committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for expression and personalized content. We do not have direct support services to help your situation. You've done the exact right thing here by sharing your need for help--- now our community can see your need, and offer their suggestions, their contacts, or their resources. This is the role that World Pulse can play.

Two organizations that I can think for you to contact are Human Rights Watch, and Amnesty International. I don't know of any particular person or department to contact, but those organizations have been reputable about responding in past cases.

I hope this helps in some small way, and I hope that it is more clear what role World Pulse can play for you.
Kind regards,

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

Cali gal Michelle's picture

I can hear in your words that

I can hear in your words that there is much pain and frustration both in experiencing violence and in trying to seek help. My heart breaks for you and other women experiencing such discrimination and voilence. We are here to connect women together, as a place to raise your voice, to be heard, and to look for resources which may be of assistance. I echo Scott's words, above, and would like to add one more possible resource: International Justice Mission out of Washington DC ( Although they focus on sex trafficking and rescue, they may have resources which can help an urgent situation. They may also know where else to look for help.

I realize it is an unbelievable and unfair struggle to both suffer and to not find what is needed. Please do not give up. Please know that there are many who stand with you and are in similar situations. Please let us know what resources or help you are able to find.

And don't stop raising your voice. Although it seems dark and quiet, be assured you are heard.

All the best, and with

Let us Hope together-
aka: Cali gal


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