Interview with Eva Lang, co-founder of LYSOs Garden in Greece. Kalamata is the capital and central port in the Peloponnese, and in the midst of that city you find a garden – but not just any garden.
Everyone has the right to security of person. No one shall be held in slavery. No one shall be subjected to cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment. In this article you can find more information about sexualized violence, facts and numbers.
Interview with Roman Löffler, Berliner Jungs. Berliner Jungs is a project, based in Germany, for boys who are threatened by or have experienced sexual violence. Prevention and consulting are the main parts of their work. We talked to Roman Löffler about their work...
A society that lives on exploiting and suppressing people logically creates other forms of violence and dominance as well
Interview with Thomas Schlingmann, founder of Tauwetter. Tauwetter is an organization for men, who experienced sexualized violence during their childhoods. The story of the non-profit organization is also a personal one.
I have been brought up religious- Islamic. Of all my siblings, I was brought up stricter, because I was the eldest, and my parents thought, if they are stricter to the eldest, then the other siblings will fall in line.
Interview with Mirka Schulz. Everyone can be the victim of sexualized violence and sexual abuse. Media determines what we see, and to them, sex usually happens “between people who are young, thin and blonde”.
Interview with Illary Valenzuela of the Latin American Women’s Right Service. In late January Great Britain released a draft for a new domestic abuse bill, recognizing economic control as a part of domestic abuse.
Interview with Jennelle Gordon, founder of Beyond Freedom. When you look at the definition of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime you find a long list of what human trafficking is and means, but that is only words, a plain statement that explains not much.
„Homicide rates of Indigenous women were almost seven times higher than those of non-Aboriginal women.“
The impact of colonialism and underlying patriarchal values has been devastating to indigenous women and girls, devaluating their place in society and opening the door to violence against them.