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4 de Agosto, 2006


Request for immediate intervention in Human Rights violation in Uzbekistan

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Dear friends,

Please distribute the below-mentioned letter through all the possible
channels.

Thank you.
Best regards,
Susanna Vardanyan,
Women's Rights Center,
Armenia

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Dear Colleagues,
Dear Friends,

I am addressing this challenging letter to you in response to the
urgent message which I received from International Federation for
Human Rights and the World Organization against Torture,
announcing about gross human rights violation in Uzbekistan.

The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights, the joint program
of the International Federation for Human Rights and the World
Organization against Torture, requests the immediate intervention
of human rights organizations in the following situation in the country.

Mrs.Mukhtabar Tojibieva, head of the "Goryachie serdca" ("Hot
Hearts")human rights organization from Margilana (Fergana Valley)
was arrested on October 7, 2005 and was sentenced to 8 years of
imprisonment. Now she has been removed from her prison cell into the
psychiatric department for the mentally disordered and drug users of
the Tashkent Center for Convicts.
On July 13, 2006 Ms. Tojibieva's attorney was allowed to meet her; she
had both her hands tied.
Since that time no other meetings were allowed and no official replies
were given to the attorney's inquiry on the reasons of Ms. Tojibieva's
removal. According to the attorney Ms. Tojibieva was
depressed and looked very weak.
The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights expresses its deep
concerns for Mrs. Tojibieva's detention.

Being the President of a human rights organization in Armenia,I am also
deeply concerned about the issue. I was shocked when I received this
message. I have met this woman in Tashkent. She is a cheerful,
communicative and open-minded person. I just don't understand
what this woman could have done that authorities pursue her in such a
manner. This is really unfair.

I am sure I am entitled on behalf of human rights organizations in
Armenia to send you our request to intervene in the process of
releasing Mukhtabar and to demand the Uzbek authorities
to take certain steps, including the following:

1. to guarantee Ms. Tojibieva's physical and mental immunity under any
circumstances,
2. to put an end to all forms of torture against Ms. Tojibieva,
3. to release Ms. Tojibieva immediately since her detention is
ungrounded.

The contact addresses by which you may send your challenge to Uzbek
authorities are listed below.

1. President of Uzbekistan, Islam Abduganiyevich Karimov,
ul. Uzbekistanskaya 43, Rezidentsia prezidenta, 700163
Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan,
Fax: +998 71 133 7258, E-mail:
presidents_office@press-service.uz

2. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Elyor Majidovich Ganiev,
Respublika Uzbekistan; 700029 g. Tashkent; pl. Mustakillik, 5;
Ministerstvo inostrannykh del RU, S.S., Uzbekistan, Fax: + 998
71 139 15 17.

3. Parliamentary Commissioner for Human Rights, Sayora
Rashidova, ul. Xalqlar Dostligi 1, 700035 Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan,
Fax: +998 71 139 85 55, E-mail: office@ombudsman.gov.uz

4. Chairman of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Uzbekistan,
Ubaydulla Mingbaev, Respublika Uzbekistan; 700183 g. Tashkent;
ul. Abdulla Kodiri, 1; Verkhovny Sud Respubliki Uzbekistan

5. General Prosecutor of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Rashidjon
Hamidovich Kodirov,
ul. Gulyamova 66, 700047 Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan,
Fax: +998 71 133 39 17, E-mail: prokuratura@lawyer.com

6. National Centre for Human Rights, Senator Akmal Saidov
Natsionalny tsentr po pravam cheloveka,
5/3, Mustakillik Maidoni, g. Tashkent, Respublika Uzbekistan.
700029,
Fax: + 998 71 139 13 56 / 45 16, E-mail: office@nchr.uz

7. Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Permanent
Mission of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the United Nations in
Geneva,
PO Box 1853, 1215 Geneva 15, Switzerland, Fax: +4122 799 43
02,
E-mail: uzbekistan@bluewin.ch

Please do everything in your power to help this very outstanding
woman. Please send this information towards all possible directions.

Thank you for your solidarity!

Sincerely,
Susanna Vardanyan
President
Women's Rights Center
Tel/Fax: (374 10) 58.36.18;
Tel.: (374 10) 54.28.28
e-mail: wrcarm@arminco.com
URL: http://www.wrcorg.am

Publicado por BEIGING+10 el 4 de Agosto, 2006, 18:03 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Boletin INSTRAW - English - August.

INSTRAW News / Noticias del INSTRAW / Nouvelles de INSTRAW
E-Newsletter
August 2006

Table of Contents

1. NEWS
2. EVENTS
3. NEW PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS/ARTICLES/WEBSITES
4. CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS

1. NEWS
**Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) **. On 12
July, 2006, APWLD participated in the UN General Assembly's Informal
Interactive Hearings on International Migration and Development with
non-governmental organizations, civil society and the private sector,
at United Nations Headquarters in New York. APWLD was one of the 15 member
delegation from Asia and the only Asia- Pacific women’s human rights
regional network organisation presenting at the Hearings. The Hearings
were an opportunity for the civil society groups to respond to the UN
Secretary General's report on migration and development.
http://www.apwld.org/
E-mail: nalini@apwld.org

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2. EVENTS
**Women, Political Power and Next Generation Leadership** The Salzburg
Seminar announces its session 433 for its upcoming international
conference focusing on the critical need for women to gain greater
parity in political representation and decision-making power, 11-17
September 2006, A. This session will closely examine the paths most
often pursued by women to achieve political office; identifying
successful strategies, sharing best practices and developing innovative
approaches to further the political empowerment of women, particularly
for the next generation of leaders. For information on objectives, cost
and financial assistance, please visit:
http://www.salzburgseminar.org/2006Sessions.cfm?GroupID=4025&IDEventTypes=144&IDEvent=1028
http://www.salzburgseminar.org/oApp/info.cfm?option=start
E-mail:
onlinehelp@salzburgseminar.org

**International Seminar on Domestic Workers** The Committee for Asian
Women together with the IRENE network invites NGOs to participate in a
seminar on legal protection of migrant domestic workers in Europe, 8-10
November 2006, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The aim of the Seminar is to
debate on the situation of domestic workers, most of which are women
and children, and the formulation of common strategies to provide them with
legal protection. For more information, please visit:
http://www.irene-network.nl/download/domestic1eng.pdf
http://www.irene-network.nl/oncoming.htm
E-mail:
AvLuijken@irene-network.nl

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3. NEW PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS/ARTICLES/WEBSITES
**Food Security in Practice: Using Gender Research in Development**
This new practitioner’s guide of the International Food Policy Research
Institute (IFPRI), prepared by Agnes R. Quisumbing and Bonnie
McClafferty, bridges the gap between research and practice by providing
up-to-date, relevant information on why and how gender issues, when
taken into account, can improve the design, implementation, and
effectiveness of development projects and policies. To download or
order
a copy, go to: http://www.ifpri.org/pubs/fspractice/sp2.asp

**Empowering women migrant workers** This document produced by the
United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), presents
information on UNIFEM's Regional Programme on Empowering Women Migrant Workers in
Asia, aimed at empowering women migrant workers from a gender and
rights-based development perspective. The Programme also aims at
creating policies and institutional and socio-economic environments to
ensure women equality of opportunity, access to resources and benefits,
throughout the migration process, and promoting gender-responsive
migration policies and programmes that further the realisation of
women's rights. For more information, please visit:
http://www.unifem.org/global_spanner/index.php?f_loc=e_se_asia

**Creating Partnerships to Prevent Early Marriage in the Amhara
Region**
Pathfinder International is pleased to announce the publication dealing
with the prevention of early marriage of girls, who as a cause of this
traditional practice in the Amhara regional state of Ethiopia, often
suffer major physical, emotional, economic, and social repercussions,
and are at greater risk for reproductive health complications and
gender-based violence. Hard copies are available by contacting
tech-comm@pathfind.org. The article may also be viewed and downloaded
from the web at:
http://www.pathfind.org/site/DocServer/Pathfinder_Ethiopia_Report_FINAL.pdf?docID=6581


**Globalization, economic policy and employment: poverty and gender
implications** This study by J. Heintz and produced by the
International Labour Organization (ILO), demonstrates how the labour market and the
world of work in general are clearly sex-disaggregated and how
important it is to undertake analysis of the impact of macroeconomic policies on
growth, employment and poverty reduction, with specific consideration
of such segmentation. The study also demonstrates how different aspects of
macroeconomic policies affect women's and men's work differently.
Available online at:
http://www.ilo.org/public/english/employment/strat/download/esp2006-3.pdf

**Researching Violence Against Women: A Practical Guide for Researchers
and Activists** Co-produced by PATH and the World Health Organization,
this manual presents experiences and insights on gender-based violence,
including findings from the WHO Multi-country Study on Women's Health
and Domestic Violence against Women. The manual outlines many of the
methodological and ethical challenges of conducting research on
violence against women and describes innovative techniques that are used to
address these challenges.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1067796

**The Foundation for Women's Health, Research and Development (FORWARD)
**, is an African-women led, international non-governmental
organisation that works to advance the sexual and reproductive health and human
rights of African girls and women. FORWARD works to promote action to
bring about positive social change to enhance the well being and
protect the dignity of African girls and women globally and is committed to
eliminating harmful gender-based discriminatory practices that violate
the sexual and reproductive health and rights of girls and women, such
as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Child Marriage. For more
information on FORWARD’s vision, mission and work, please visit:
http://www.forwarduk.org.uk/what-we-do

**Promoting more gender-equitable norms and behaviors among young men
as an HIV/AIDS prevention strategy** by J. Pulerwitz, G. Barker, M.
Segundo, M. Nascimento and produced by Horizons 2006. This report,
produced by the Horizons Program and Instituto Promundo,
examines the effectiveness of interventions designed to improve young
men's attitudes toward gender norms and to reduce the risk of HIV and
sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Report available online at:
http://www.popcouncil.org/pdfs/horizons/brgendernorms.pdf

**Women’s Rights: A "Human Rights Quarterly" Reader** The Johns Hopkins
University Press and "Human Rights Quarterly" are pleased to announce
this recent publication edited by Bert B. Lockwood. This special
collection of "Human Rights Quarterly" articles brings together in a
single volume nineteen of the most compelling articles written on
women's human rights issues. This Reader focuses specifically on the
challenges that women face and the efforts by individuals and
organizations alike to ensure the protection of women under
international law.
http://www.press.jhu.edu/books/title_pages/9066.html and enter code NAF
at the checkout
**Foreign Direct Investment, Development and Gender Equity: A Review of
Research and Policy** by Elissa Braunstein and published by the United
nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD). This paper
provides a summary of the empirical and policy-related literature on
the multifaceted relationships between gender inequalities and foreign
direct investment (FDI). The publication also examines other issues
related to women’s employment, the gender wage gap, the need for more
research on gender and its relation to FDI, and FDI policies from a
gender-aware perspective.
http://www.unrisd.org/80256B3C005BCCF9/(httpPublications)/5159E5733338C836C12571390033F5E2?OpenDocument&panel=newsviews
**Human Trafficking – Our Response** This Manual, created by ASTRA in
cooperation with Red Cross of Serbia, analyzes in its first section the
problem of trafficking in human beings, first of all in children, risk
groups, prevention, useful contacts, in its second section it deals
with peer education, and in the last it presents examples of the workshops.
Realization of this Manual was supported by Danish Red Cross, the Red
Cross of Norway and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.
http://www.astra.org.yu/en/pdf/istrazivanje6.pdf
E-mail:
astranet@sezampro.yu
Web address: www.astra.org.yu
You can find this Manual at the address:
http://www.astra.org.yu/en/pdf/istrazivanje6.pdf

**The Other Half of Gender: Men's Issues in Development** The World
Bank Press announces the publication of this book, edited by Ian Bannon and
Maria C. Correia. This publication brings the gender and development
debate full circle - from a much-needed focus on empowering women to a
more comprehensive gender framework that considers gender as a system
that affects both women and men and focuses particularly on the
construction of male identities that result in violence and conflict.
For further information please visit.
http://publications.worldbank.org/ecommerce/catalog/product?item_id=5359893

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4. CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS
**Arab Women and Legislation** The Center of Arab Women for Training
and Research (CAWTAR) addresses this Call for Papers to the members of its
Arab Network for Gender and Development (@NGED) and its regional and
national partners, in its effort to create regional momentum for
priority gender and development issues. The deadline for the
presentation of papers is 30 August 2006. For more details, please
visit:
http://www.cawtar.org/
Email: hela.Gharbi@cawtar.org;
adila.abusharaf@cawtar.org
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Publicado por Boletin Instraw el 4 de Agosto, 2006, 13:03 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Japón: Con el Perdón de los Enanos

El siguiente artículo es una lectura de lo que pasa en Japón actualmente con respecto a la lucha que tiene que llevar a las mujeres por conquistar espacios dentro de la sociedad nipona. Disfruten de la lectura....


Redacción ILJC                                                                                                                     Año N° 1 - 03/08/06

CON PERDON DE LOS ENANOS

 

Tiempos ha, 600 a.C., que un Príncipe llamado Shotoku, sobrino de la Emperatriz Suiko, admirador de la China, quería imitar en su pais la forma de gobierno chino. Con tal fin, envió una carta al Emperador chino diciéndole que: El emperador del Pais en que nace el sol saluda al Emperador del Pais en que se oculta el sol. El mensaje era buscar un trato igualitario entre ambos países y borrar el nombre con el que Japón era conocido en China: Woguo o pais enano.

 

La expresión Pais en el que sale el sol, se escribe con caracteres comunes llamados Kanjis, que tienen el mismo significado en ambos países y se lee como Nippón Koku, en japonés; en chino, la expresión se lee como Xipon o Yihpun. Estas voces las escuchó Marco Polo y las utilizó en sus escritos como  Sipango, que derivó progresivamente en Jipan, Japan y finalmente, en español,  Japón.

 

Japón y Pais del Sol Naciente significan y se escriben igual, pero como dijimos, en estas páginas, algunos meses atrás, hay sombras que pueden ocultar el sol de Sipango. Una de estas es el machismo tradicional, bárbaro, subsistente en una de las naciones mas avanzadas del planeta. En la historia del antiguo Japón, hombres y mujeres eran gobernantes, tenían los mismos derechos. A pesar de los emperadores, había un igualitarismo. Hoy no es así. Varios meses atrás, expertos recomendaron modificar la ley de sucesión imperial para permitir el acceso de una mujer a ese cargo. Esta medida no era una modernización del Japón en materia de igualdad, es solo una necesidad del sistema  imperial. El actual emperador no tiene descendientes varones, solo una nieta, el riesgo de  no cambiar la norma será, entonces, la vacancia del trono.

 

Pero esta hegemonía del machismo en la sociedad japonesa, no es reciente, tiene mas de mil años. Ellos mismos creen que la causa es histórica, en la implantación de clanes dirigidos por un hombre mayor como jefe, con funciones muy jerarquizadas y mujeres con responsabilidades mínimas, que se reforzó con la filosofía confuciana.

 

En la II GM, Japón perdió la guerra y fue obligada a adoptar una constitución hecha por los norteamericanos, conteniendo innovaciones democráticas no machistas, sin embargo, a pesar de los años y las influencias, el Japón sigue siendo muy machista.

 

Para comprobar nuestras afirmaciones, basta  observar como una mujer que se casa, pierde su apellido y pasa a ser parte de la familia del esposo. Es el caso de la princesa Sayako que al casarse con un plebeyo, perdió todos sus derechos reales y se convirtió en una plebeya mas. Las mujeres al casarse renuncian a su empleo y si deciden seguir trabajando, podrían reducirle el sueldo pues será mantenida por el marido. Los varones, en cambio,  reciben un aumento para los gastos extras. Los casos de acoso sexual y de groping (manoseo) en los centros de trabajo, universidades y en los medios de transporte, son tan comunes, que no se denuncian y en el metro se ha pensado destinar vagones solo para mujeres. El tema da para mas y es muy profundo tanto que cuando se escribe esposo en japonés se dice persona principal; si escribimos esposa, significa: dentro de casa o mujer y escoba.

 

Evidentemente, en el Japón, el status de la mujer es uno de los mas bajos entre los países desarrollados. Nos impresiona que, algunos paises poderosos quieren seguir siendo enanos.


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Publicado por Inst. LatinoAmericano "Joseph Cardijn" el 4 de Agosto, 2006, 12:57 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


23 Recursos en Población y Salud Reproductiva en el Development Gateway

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Contribuido por Maribeth Lovegrove el 01 Aug , 2006

18. Human Poverty Index (HPI) and Public Distribution in India
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068382
Income(GDP) of a country as measure of HDI do not show the extent of equity;But HPI(Human Poverty Index) of a country should have to be taken under consideration to judge the socio-economic development. (By: DR.PRABIR Dutta)
Contribuido por DR.PRABIR Dutta el 01 Aug , 2006

19. Polygamous Husbands Behind Rise of HIV/AIDS in Indian Women: UNDP Report ( The Hindu, July 30, 2006)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/pop/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068487
The number of women living with HIV/AIDS is on the rise in the country and a recent United Nations survey found that in the majority of cases, the disease was passed on by polygamous husbands. "The surveillance data indicates that a significant...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Aug , 2006

20. Formative Research on Youth Peer Education Program Productivity and Sustainability (FHI, YouthNet)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068507
Family Health International - Youth Research Working Paper No. 3. By: Gary Svenson and Holly Burke, 2005. "Youth peer education (YPE) is a widely used approach to reproductive health promotion and HIV prevention, and the number of YPE programs...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Aug , 2006

21. Y.E.A.H. ?Be a Man? Campaign in Uganda During World Cup 2006
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/pop/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068515
KAMPALA, Uganda ? The Young Empowered and Healthy (Y.E.A.H.) initiative launched a health improvement campaign aimed at young men in Uganda during the World Cup television broadcasts on Uganda Broadcasting Corp. (UBC). The "Be a Man" campaign engages...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Aug , 2006

22. Accelerating the Abandonment of Female Genital Cutting: Community Change to Support Human Rights (Global Health Technical Brief)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068525
(Designed and produced by: The INFO Project at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs, 2006.) This technical brief has the following guidelines: 1] View FGC in terms of gender, human rights, and child...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Aug , 2006

23. Different Needs ? Equal Opportunities: A Gender Handbook for Humanitarian Action - Checklist of Indicators
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/pop/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068306
A sector by sector (cluster by cluster) practical guide on how to mainstream gender in emergencies including the importance of coordination of gender issues in humanitarian response. The Handbook will set standards for gender mainstreaming in...
Contribuido por UN WomenWatch el 31 Jul , 2006

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