Protest in Solidarity with Aleppo

Join the protest in solidarity with Aleppo. The protest is organised by WAVE and will be taking place in Sunday 18th December at 12.00 miday at the east footway-facing Parliament.

Syrian government and its allies carried out a massive bombardments against civilians in Aleppo, which are considered war crimes. Crimes against humanity are also being committed in Syria.

More than 100 people have been killed in clod blood including women and children. Thousands of people are now trapped and are crying to the world for life-saving action.

We call on politicians, UN officials, and the world leaders to take urgent action to ensure the protection of civilians and grant safe eviction of people from Aleppo.

Be the voice of those people and Join the protest in Solidarity with Aleppo with banners sending messages to international community to take action to end the massacre in Aleppo now and to prevent this crisis from happening in other cities in Syria.

شارك وانضم الى الحملة التضامنية مع مدينة حلب, المظاهرة سوف تنظم من قبل منظمة WAVE.
وسوف تكون يوم الاحد 18/12/2016 الساعة 12 ظهرا في الجهة لشرقية مقابل البرلمان.
الحكومة السورية وحلفائها مستمرون في قصف المدنين في حلب وهذا يعتبر يمثابة جريمة حرب. و ايضا تم ارتكاب جرائم ضد الانسانيه في سوريا.

اكثر من 100 مدني قتلوا بدم بارد من ضمنهم نساء واطفال, الالاف من المدنين محاصرين ويستغيثون العالم لانقاذ حياتهم. نحن ننادي كل السياسين والعاملين في الامم المتحدة وقادة العالم لاخذ اجراء فوري يعمل على حماية المدنين وضمان ممرات امنة للخروج من حلب.

كن الصوت لهولاء الناس المحاصرين في حلب وانضم الى هذه الحملة التضامنية , وقم بكتابة لافتة فيها رسالة الى المجتمع الدولي للقيام بوقف هذه المجزرة في حلب الان, ومنع تكرار هذه المجازر في غيرها من المدن السورية

Workshops: Students at London schools and universities

Students at London schools and universities are campaigning for Narges Mohamadi and other women human rights defenders. WAVE working alongside Amnesty International UK Women’s Action Network (WAN) in London’s schools and universities to raise awareness about human rights. The workshops were led by Shimaa Elsayed the founder of WAVE and Amnesty Teacher and delivered by women human rights trainers who were trained by WAVE to promote human rights education. #FreeNarges #NargesMohammadi
يقوم الطلاب في مدارس وجامعات لندن بحملات من أجل نرجس محمدي وغيرها من المدافعات عن حقوق الإنسان. (ويف) تعمل جنبا إلى جنب مع شبكة عمل المرأة بمنظمة العفو الدولية في المملكة المتحدة (وان) في مدارس وجامعات لندن لزيادة الوعي بحقوق الإنسان. وقد ترأس ورش العمل شيماء حسن السيد مؤسس منظمة “ويف” و” Amnesty Teacher ” وألقتها مدربات حقوق الإنسان اللواتي تلقين تدريبا من مؤسسة “ويف” لتعزيز التثقيف في مجال حقوق الإنسان. #FreeNarges #NargesMohammadi

WAVE representative in Iraq, Delair Jabbari, facilitated a panel discussion on the challenges facing victims of terrorism

WAVE representative in Iraq, Delair Jabbari, facilitated a panel discussion on the challenges facing victims of terrorism, which included discussing the concept of terrorism and those who are victims of terrorism, the effects of terrorism on victims, compensation of victims in local and international law and concluding recommendations to authorities. The session was organized by a group of human rights defenders in cooperation with the Iraqi Amal Association

ممثل منظمة WAVE
في العراق دلير جباري شارك بتسير حلقة نقاشية حول التحديات التى تواجه ضحايا
الارهاب, والتى تضمنت مناقشة مفهوم الارهاب ومن هم ضحايا الارهاب وماهى اثار الارهاب على الضحايا, وتعويض الضحايا في القانون المحلى والدولى, وختاما تقديم توصيات الى الجهات المسؤولة. الجلسة نظمت من قبل مجموعة من مدافعى حقوق الانسان بالتعاون مع جمعية الامل العراقية

Gender Discrimination and Sexual Slavery: voices of Yezidi women

Gender Discrimination and Sexual Slavery: voices of Yezidi women
Yesterday at 18:30
Room 3.07, LSE Clement House (99 Aldwych, London WC2B 4JF)
26 people joined
InterestedIn a post-Brexit and Trump age, it is evident that racial discrimination is becoming an increasingly grave concern. But for Yezidi women, they face setbacks stemming not just from their racial or religious backgrounds, but their gender as well. The challenges such women have to go through are unique and immense – and it is as such crucial to discuss their issues so that in the process, they are more empowered and their voices are heard.

Hence, the UN society is honoured to be able to invite four groups of speakers to share their insights in the event.

1. Shimaa Elsayed – Amnesty International UK trainer and the founder of the WAVE NGO and Magdalena Markiewicz – communication manager/ human rights protection trainer at the WAVE NGO and LSE Master’s student will be giving a presentation on gender discrimination issue and sexual slavery of the Yezidi women. They will also introduce awareness campaigns organized by the WAVE NGO (Women Against Violent Extremism)ю

2. Dr. Aitemat Muhanna Matar, an Assistant Professiorial Research Fellow at the LSE Middle East Centre (http://www.lse.ac.uk/middleEastCentre/people/AitemadMuhanna.aspx) will talk about the issue of the youth radicalisation and will focus specifically on the Tunisian case.

3. Alia Alhwiti – she is a Saudi Arabian woman who has been named one of the 50 most influential women in the Arab world by the Forbes. She is also a trustee of WAVE NGO. She will talk about her own experience as a Muslim woman, the obstacles she faced while working her way up and how she has become successful against all odds. She will present her life story as a way to show Muslim women that you can succeed even if growing up in a patriarchal, conservative society. Her story is furthered to empower women who think they cannot achieve great success in the “men’s world”.http://www.alfaresah.net/d/gif/The%20Times.gif
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4. Somaye Zadeh – a poet who will be performing her poem ” I am Muslim and proud”.
http://www.iamanimmigrant.net/somaye-zadeh