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Femiinism review by camila brunella and fatima

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Femiinism review by camila brunella and fatima

  1. 1. By: Micaela G., Camila A., Fatima P. and Brunella R. FEMINISM REVIEW
  2. 2.  Feminism is the belief in the social, economic and political equality of the sexes. Is believing that men and women are equal in all levels. WHAT IS FEMINISM?
  3. 3.  The first person that stood up for female education between the late 14th and the early 15th century was Christine de Pisan, a French women.  In the 16th century Laura Cereta, a venetian women that wrote a book about what being a women meant and the limits women used to have. MAIN INFLUENCERS
  4. 4. FACT: No one votes in the Vatican because there is no democracy FIRST COUNTRIES THAT GAVE WOMEN THE RIGHT TO VOTE
  5. 5. MAIN WOMEN RIGHTS Despite the successful human and women´s right movement, women and girls are still married as children or trafficked into forced labour and sex slavery
  6. 6.  Women and girls are often denied opportunities for education, they continue facing multiple barriers based on gender.  Gender equality requires an approach that ensures that girls and boys , women and men not only gain access to and complete education. EDUCATION
  7. 7.  Woman organizations  AAUW: American Association of University Women that gives equity for women and girls through vacancy, education, philanthropy and research, this means providing women of all ages education.  She Runs It: It brings together the women and men who want to help build a better media and society. One where a woman runs her projects, her team, her department, runs the business, and runs her life. They believe together, we can create a world where no matter the task or ask – She Runs It.. ORGANIZATION
  8. 8.  On March 19, 1911, the first International Women’s Day was celebrated by a German woman called Clara Zetkin. That was when women were fighting for the right to vote. The United Nations asked nations to observe March 8 as International Women’s Day in 1977. WOMAN´S DAY STORY
  9. 9.  In Malta, if you kidnap someone and marry them, you don’t need to go to jail.  A husband can beat his wife as long as he does not cause grievous bodily harm.  In Cameroon, a man can stop his wife from taking a job.  In India, Where husbands can rape their wives, with no consequences  In Sudan, Where girls as young as 10 can get married  Sadly, a new legal precedent set in Georgia (U.S.A.) last year established that it is not illegal to take upskirt photos of women in public.  Sadly, seven U.S. states do not have any laws that prevent rapists from claiming parental rights, if a rape victim becomes pregnant; The rapist has parental rights over the child. SEXIST LAWS

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