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Today I am here to speak to you about what girls and young women, boys and young men around the world are doing to stop the violence.Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world have recognized that we all, women and men, old and young, rich and poor, educated or not, have a role to play in helping to end these harmful stereotypes and discriminatory social norms and attitudes that lead to gender-based violence.Yes, unfortunately even today women and girls are still routinely exposed to physical, sexual, domestic and verbal violence.And because girls face the double discrimination of their sex and age, they are even more vulnerable.Asma Khelil, 14, lives in the center of Tunis, where the streets are full of women wearing a cosmopolitan mix of the latest skin-baring fashions as well as the hijab, the traditional attire covering a woman’s hair.Her parents allow her to wear shorts and skirts, which she considers an expression of the equality of the sexes.
They are deprived of access to their basic rights, such as education and good health care, and they live day in day out with violence or the fear of violence In 2013, 53% of women in the world were exposed to physical or sexual violence! Well, many factors play a part, but the most integral is simply because they are women!“There are two types of women in Tunisia,” Khelil says.“Modern women who take their destiny in their own hands, they’re independent, and other women who are still dominated by their fathers, brothers and husbands.I think that no man is fairly well positioned to control a woman.
A woman sits outside her house, which was damaged in fighting between Islamic State jihadists and government forces, in Ben Guerdane, near the Libyan border, April 12, 2016. Twelve-year-old Noura is an impressionable boy who must learn to reconcile two conflicting worlds - the loving world of Muslim women and the ...