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12 de Septiembre, 2006


Francia: Rechazan modelo argentina por estar "gorda"


16:45 - GORDAS DEMASIADO FLACAS
Se reaviva la polémica: rechazaron en París a una modelo argentina de 1.80 metros y 55 kg por "gorda"
Télam/Patagonia Ciber Fem
Chloé Bello regresó hace tres meses de la capital francesa luego de resignar abultados contratos en las pasarelas por rehusarse a adelgazar como le exigieron las agencias, que la encontraron muy “rellenita”, pese a que su masa corporal se encuentra por debajo de los parámetros de la OMS. En los 90´, Valeria Mazza fue rechazada por Gianfranco Ferré por estar, según el diseñador italiano, "ancha de caderas".
 
 
 
 
  






 
Una modelo argentina de 1.80 metros de altura y 55 kilos debió resignar abultados contratos en las pasarelas de París por rehusarse a adelgazar ante los clientes a quienes se presentó, que la encontraron demasiado "rellenita" para promocionar sus marcas, pese a que su masa corporal se encuentra por debajo de los parámetros dispuestos por la Organización Mundial de la Salud.

Chloé Bello, de 19 años, regresó hace tres meses de la capital francesa luego de un peregrinar infructuoso por agencias y empresas a las que se presentó, que condicionaron su contratación a que la modelo se sometiera a régimen para adelgazar, trascendió hoy.

El hecho se conoce 24 horas después de que España le declarara su batalla contra las "modelos estilo anoréxico", rechazadas en la selección previa al tradicional desfile anual "Pasarela Cibeles", que se hará en septiembre, al ser consideradas un mal ejemplo para muchas jóvenes mujeres, informó ANSA.

El anuncio fue efectuado por la funcionaria Concha Guerra, viceconsejera para la Economía y la innovación tecnológica de la Comunidad de Madrid.

De acuerdo a esa resolución, no podrán desfilar las modelos que no alcancen el nivel 18 de Indice de Masa Corporal, con el fin de preservarlas de la bulimia y de la anorexia.

Según la OMS, los parámetros normales oscilan entre 18.5 y 24.9%. El índice se calcula a través de la relación entre el peso en kilos y la altura.

Publicado por Ana Claudia Vaughan/Contenidos el 12 de Septiembre, 2006, 20:37 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Chile: Píldora del día siguiente

La ‘píldora del día siguiente’ llega a Chile  

Polémica decisión del Gobierno de Bachelet, que permite a la sanidad pública dispensar el fármaco a las adolescentes

MANUEL DÉLANO  -  Santiago
ELPAIS.es  -  Sociedad - 11-09-2006 - 00:58
 
CHILE
CHILE
Capital: Santiago de Chile
Gobierno: República
Población: 15.827.180 (2004)

La decisión del Gobierno chileno, que preside Michelle Bachelet, de entregar gratuitamente la píldora del día siguiente en los servicios de salud estatales a las adolescentes de 14 años o más que la soliciten, incluso si no acuden acompañadas por sus padres, ha generado fuertes disensiones con la Iglesia católica y la derecha de Chile. Incluso ha separado a los socialistas de sus aliados, la Democracia Cristiana (DC), unidos en el seno de la Concertación, la coalición gobernante.

Partidarios y detractores de este anticonceptivo de emergencia han desenvainado argumentos con pasión, centrados en la posibilidad de que las adolescentes pidan la píldora sin consentimiento de sus padres. El Gobierno justifica su decisión en el hecho de que cada año nacen 38.000 niños de madres adolescentes en el país —un 3% de estas jóvenes tiene 14 años o menos— y la califica de iniciativa a favor de la igualdad, porque los pobres no pueden acceder a este fármaco si se vende en las farmacias.

En las zonas más ricas del país se venden 10 veces más cajas de píldoras que en las más pobres.

Las cifras se invierten con los embarazos adolescentes: en 2003 hubo uno en Providencia y ninguno en Vitacura, dos de los barrios más ricos de la capital, mientras que en La Pintana, uno de los más pobres, hubo 29 madres adolescentes. Chile y El Salvador son los dos únicos países latinoamericanos donde el aborto, incluso el terapéutico, está prohibido. Sin embargo, en Chile se practican unos 160.000 abortos ilegales cada año, al tiempo que crece la cifra de madres que no desean a sus hijos.

La resolución de la píldora del día siguiente, que entrará en vigor el próximo octubre, fue adoptada por la ministra de Salud, María Soledad Barría, socialista como la presidenta, y ha desencadenado una tormenta. Según Barría, la medida pone a disposición de las personas “la totalidad de los métodos anticonceptivos que existen, para que, de acuerdo a su propia convicción y no por imposición de nadie, puedan decidir cuál es el que prefieren”.

La reacción más enérgica ha partido de la Iglesia católica. El comité permanente de la Conferencia Episcopal chilena calificó la distribución de la píldora como una política pública que recuerda “a las fijadas en regímenes totalitarios que pretendían desde el Estado regular la vida íntima de las personas” y sostuvo que puede tener efectos abortivos. Su uso es un “crimen nefasto” que incentivará las relaciones sexuales de los menores de edad, afirmó el cardenal Jorge Medina, prefecto emérito de la Congregación para el Culto Divino y la Disciplina de los Sacramentos. Dos alcaldes de zonas donde gobierna la derecha presentaron recursos en los tribunales para impedir la distribución. Una alcaldesa incluso denunció que la píldora produce cáncer.

Las réplicas del debate llegaron hasta la propia coalición de Gobierno. La presidenta de la DC, Soledad Alvear, reprochó que es el “camino más fácil” y afirmó que no le habría gustado que su hija iniciara tan temprano la vida sexual “y le dieran la píldora sin yo saberlo”. Un ex ministro de Salud de este partido, Pedro García, agregó que puede incrementar el número de embarazos adolescentes. La DC reprochó a La Moneda falta de información previa sobre la medida y algunos diputados de este partido aparecieron con otros de derecha para rechazar la píldora.

Bachelet, médica de profesión, salió en defensa de la píldora. A la Iglesia católica contestó que, “en democracia, nadie impone sus creencias”. Recordó que entre los adolescentes de hogares ricos hay un 2,3% de embarazos, mientras que entre los pobres el promedio es 10 veces superior, un 20,6%, lo que indica que los más pudientes acceden a métodos de control de la natalidad. Los partidos más cercanos a la presidenta intentan ahora rebajar la tensión y han pedido a la iglesia que modere su lenguaje. Pero todo hace indicar que la batalla por la píldora del día siguiente aún no ha concluido.

Publicado por Manuel Délano / Patagonia Ciber Fem el 12 de Septiembre, 2006, 20:33 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


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11 September 2006


Dear Colleagues,
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1. New Feature Highlight: State of World Population 2006
2. Five Most Popular Pop/RH Resources for August 2006
3. Contribute to the Pop/RH dgCommunity
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1. New Feature Highlight: State of World Population 2006 - A Passage to
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The current Development Gateway Population and Reproductive Health
highlight features the State of World Population 2006 report. This year's
report, A Passage to Hope: Women and International Migration,
highlights the diverse experiences of women migrants and emphasizes the need for
migration laws and policies that safeguard the rights of women and
support their needs for health care and other essential services.

According to the report, half of all international migrants - 95
million - are women and girls. Yet, despite substantial contributions to both
their families at home and communities abroad, the needs of migrant
women continue to be overlooked and ignored. The State of World Population
2006 report, examines the scope and breadth of female migration, the
impact of the funds they send home to support families and communities,
and their disproportionate vulnerability to trafficking, exploitation
and abuse. The report reveals that although migrant women contribute
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migrants tend to send a much higher proportion of their lower earnings
back home than their male counterparts. English, Arabic, French,
Russian and Spanish versions of this report are available at:
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In addition, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has started a
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people whose lives have been shaped by migration. This report is
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View the current Pop/PH highlight and related links at:
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For further information about this feature please contact Maribeth
Lovegrove at lovegrove@unfpa.org

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2. Five Most Popular Resources for August 2006 (Pop/RH dgCommunity)
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1. Trends in Demographic, Family Planning, and Health Indicators in
Ghana (DHS Trend Reports No. 2, ORC Macro, July 2005)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/
ItemDetail.do~1046990?intcmp=922

2. EU Donor Atlas 2006 (European Commission & Organisation for Economic
Co-operation and Development (OECD), February 2006)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/
ItemDetail.do~1067856?page=1&itemId=1067856&intcmp=922

3. UNESCO Resources for Those Who Wish to Study Abroad (UNESCO, 2006)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/population/rc/
ItemDetail.do?itemId=1068208&intcmp=922

4. Empowering Young Women to Lead Change: A Training Manual (World YWCA
and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), 2006)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/pop/rc/
ItemDetail.do?itemId=1069945&intcmp=922

5. The World's Youth - 2006 Data Sheet (Population Reference Bureau
(PRB), February 2006)
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September 11, 2006

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1. NEW HIGHLIGHT: "Information and Communication Technologies for
Development and Poverty Reduction." (Book published by Johns Hopkins
University Press)
2. RESOURCES
3. MEMBER DIRECTORY: Update Your Profile for Networking &
Collaboration
4. DISTRIBUTE YOUR CONTENT
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6. BECOME A dgPOVERTY GUIDE!
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1. NEW HIGHLIGHT: "Information and Communication Technologies for
Development and Poverty Reduction." (Book published by Johns Hopkins
University Press)

Yet for all the international debate and millions of words written
about the digital divide, very little systematic empirical research or
studies over time have been done to confirm claims and counterclaims and to
guide policymakers on how this technology actually affects the
development of low-income countries.

In this volume, Maximo Torero and Joachim von Braun seek to address
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From the Description. Johns Hopkins University Press

Read this highlight and a selection of related articles visiting:
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- Editorial: special issue on cash transfers

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1071845?intcmp=923

- Teach A Man To Fish - Education that pays for itself - Quarterly
Newsletter August 2006

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1071798?intcmp=923

- Reducing child poverty with cash transfers: A sure thing?

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1071833?intcmp=923

- The World Bank Development Policy Lending Retrospective: Looking
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http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1071520?intcmp=923

- Solidarity, Sustainability, and Gender Equity

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1071245?intcmp=923


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VIRTUAL CONSULTATION FOR INTER-AMERICAN MINISTERIAL MEETING ON
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dgCommunities members are invited to share their views in a virtual
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Thank you!
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