04 04 04 2022

War crimes in Ukraine: Which side is responsible?

By |2022-04-07T12:27:47+02:0004-04-2022|Allgemein EN, Featured-Article-EN, Human Rights, Politics, Women Rights|0 Comments

Since this weekend (2/3 April 2022), war crimes committed by Russian soldiers in the territories occupied by them have been intensively reported. Especially in suburbs of Kyiv, such as Butcha, from which the Ukrainian army was able to push back Russian troops, several hundred murdered civilians were found. Even if there is no final [...]

24 24 11 2021

A seminar in The French Assembly on Talibans’ ideology and the challenges Europe faces

By |2022-03-04T12:06:13+01:0024-11-2021|Allgemein EN, Authors, Featured-Article-EN, Human Rights, Manel Msalmi, Politics, Women Rights|0 Comments

By Manel Msalmi, Paris – French Assembly The French National Assembly held on Monday November 22nd  and for the first time in France, a conference to discuss the danger of the ideology of the Taliban in Afghanistan, its relations with the Muslim Brotherhood, its ideology and its  incitement to terrorism in Europe, particularly in [...]

26 26 10 2021

The situation of women’s rights in Afghanistan after Taliban Takeover

By |2022-03-04T12:07:16+01:0026-10-2021|Authors, Featured-Article-EN, Human Rights, Manel Msalmi, Politics, Start EN, Women Rights|0 Comments

Following the initiative of Manel Msalmi ,a feminist and human rights activist,  an international conference was organised on Thursday October 21st at the liberal party headquarters in Brussels entitled "The situation of women’s rights in Afghanistan after Taliban Takeover " which discussed women's rights and how to support young women and girls to have [...]

06 06 04 2021

Women’s rights and female leadership in Egypt

By |2022-03-04T12:24:01+01:0006-04-2021|Allgemein EN, Authors, Featured-Article-EN, Manel Msalmi, Politics, Start EN, Women Rights|0 Comments

By Manel Msalmi, Brussels On Wednesday March 31st , a  webinar was organised by the European Association for The Defense of Minorities and the Coordination of Party Youth Leaders and Politicians (CPYP-Egypt) in which participated Belgian Mp  David Westman, a member of the Brussels Parliament and head of the Liberal Party in Brussels,Ms. Manel [...]

09 09 02 2019

Women Protests in Iran

By |2022-03-04T13:30:58+01:0009-02-2019|Allgemein EN, Authors, Manel Msalmi, Society and Culture, Special-Article-EN, Women Rights|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, Paris Paris Februray 8th, a huge protest took place by the Iranian diaspora coming from so many European cities To show their solidarity with women protests in Iran and continue their fight for freedom,justice and democracy. We have met Mrs Elaheh Arj representative of women's committee of [...]

16 16 09 2017

Tunisian women are now allowed to marry non-muslim men, paving the way for a change in the MENA region.

By |2022-03-04T17:13:45+01:0016-09-2017|Allgemein EN, Authors, Featured-Article-EN, Manel Msalmi, Politics, Women Rights|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi The feminist movement in Tunisia was one of the biggest movements that helped making the revolution in the Arab world and called for human rights, equality and dignity. It also contributed actively to the democractic transition of the country and to the establishment of a democratic political system in the region. The struggle of [...]

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