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Human Rights And Wrongs

Month: December 2019

In Paris alone, nearly 500 families call the emergency shelter telephone number every day, yet are not accommodated. This is four times what the numbers were three years previously. A humanitarian crisis is spreading in most major cities, including Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Marseille and Rennes. More squats and camps are appearing across the country, creating fears not only of suffering and death through exposure but crime and disease.

President Macron is called upon to ensure that no child is left to live on the streets.

How male teachers can help to challenge gender roles in nursery school education Recent figures show that there is still a large gender gap in recruitment to the teaching profession – only 38% of secondary school teachers are male, and 26% in primaries. In preschools – or nursery – it’s even worse. According to OECD data, the highest Read more…

There’s an interesting and thoughtful article written by Pamela B. Paresky Ph.D. on the insidious nature of antisemitism. It is essential that schools disavow and condemn antisemitism in the strongest terms. And if swastikas appear in school hallways and classrooms, it is appropriate to communicate with students and parents about the Nazi use of swastikas rather than the “ancient history of Read more…

Why does any country tolerate multiple, easily avoidable, deaths? Why does any country not deal harshly with parents who put their children in harm’s way? Why are parents allowed to deliberately harm their children? The deaths in South Africa are not just the occasional mishap. 20 one month, 30 the next, often more. Regrettably, it’s Read more…

Hundreds of people have participated this December 18 in the massive march provided in front of the Ministry of Health to ask Minister Ginés González García to repeal the abortion protocol that he approved through a “ministerial resolution”, after assuming his position.

Before taking his customary Christmas Break, Arne Hoffman gives a roundup of how he saw 2019 from Germany, including highlights of world events.

منذ نحو 6 سنوات، قرر “عادل نافع” الزواج من سيدة ثانية بخلاف “أم العيال”، وقع اختياره على “تهاني” التي حظيت بدرجة قبول كبيرة لدى الموظف بشركة مصر للبترول بالسويس، واستأجر لها شقة بمنطقة الطالبية غربي محافظة الجيزة، ليقسم أيام الأسبوع السبعة بين المنزلين.

سريعا دبت الخلافات بين الزوجين حديثي العهد، طالب “عادل” زوجته بالتخلي عن ابنتها من زوجها السابق، فقابلته بطلب تطليق زوجته “أم أطفاله الأربعة” وكأن الأمر مباراة ملاكمة يسعى طرفاها لحصار الطرف الآخر حتى توجيه الضربة القاتلة له.

Under Egyptian Personal Status law, although the father is considered to be the guardian of his children, the mother has the right to custody of both male and female children until they reach fifteen years of age. This is applied even if the mother is foreign and intends to take the children out of the country.

The mother kept demanding more, however.

At one time, she made a video of her beating the child. In a short clip, the boy’s skinny body appears, his tears overflowing as he was severely beaten by a woman asking him in a loud voice to call his father, “Say, come, take me .. the spirit of living with him threw you like a dog.” It seems the threat was to pay more, or to see his son beaten.

Thirty years on, it can be hard to remember how a totalitarian regime came to an end without, as one speaker says, turning the Cold War into a hot war. This video explains some of the background to how an imminent nuclear holocaust was turned into an international success for peace. Too many students at Read more…

State feminism has been an integral part of the China’s ideology ever since the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. The Communist Party has brought tremendous advancement concerning the involvement of Chinese women in all spheres of life. They invented International Women’s Day, which is now celebrated in most countries around the Read more…

Nur acht Prozent der Deutschen ordnen sich dem feministischen Lager zu. Diese acht Prozent sind aber so gut verankert in Leitmedien, Politik und dem akademischen Sektor, dass sie die Geschlechterdebatte beherrschen – mit allen Nachteilen, die eine solche Alleinherrschaft mit sich bringt: So werden feministische Behauptungen nicht hinterfragt, sondern einer schreibt sie unkritisch vom anderen ab. Stellt jemand diese Behauptungen ausnahmsweise doch in Frage, wird er als “antifeministisch” und damit “rechts” abgeurteilt.

Das “Lexikon der feministischen Irrtümer” durchbricht dieses Raster.

Pauline Hanson has paid tribute to “the everyday men of Australia”, thanking them for “working hard” and blasting feminists, saying they should “be ashamed of themselves”.

In a five-minute speech at the end of the Australian Parliament in December 2019, the One Nation leader addressed an almost empty Senate to “pay homage to the majority of men in Australia”.

“It’s not often that the dedicated and hardworking men of this country collectively get a pat on the back, as they deserve, so I’d like to do that now,” Senator Hanson said.

Be fair to feminists. To be treated better is in their hands.

MADRID, DECEMBER 17, 2019. The HazteOir.org association has filed an appeal against the sanctioning file of the Barcelona City Council that could result in a fine of up to €60,000. This is for taking the #StopFeminazis bus to the city on 4 March 2019; a bus emblazoned with words which requested the repeal of sexist Read more…

I’m now going to explain why women having the same retirement age as men is NOT equality. My proof for this is based on the United Kingdom but I believe much the same result would come from looking at any country’s data, other than Mexico.

Of course, the UK could start to fund men’s health programs in the way it does women’s. That would increase the average longevity for men and be a far better solution. In the meantime, let’s not pretend that women have been made to be equal to men in state retirement benefits: there’s still a gender pension gap.

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