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Prostitution is a controversial issue around the world, including Canada. This panel will discuss the impact of the different approaches to prostitution adopted by Sweden and Germany. Speakers will also examine Canada?s new prostitution law with a focus on Vancouver.
This is the Result of the CSW in New York at the UN Headquarters: an open letter to Angela Merkel signed by 98 NGOs!
To the Right Honourable Dr. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany.
Dear Chancellor Merkel,
2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing in September 1995.
In connection with the United Nations Commission on the Status on Women and the commemoration of the Beijing Platform for Action, hundreds of organisations working for the promotion and protection of equality for women are in New York to assess and discuss the progress made for women and girls’ rights in the past 20 years.
Among the challenges to equality for women are many forms of discrimination against women, their poverty and their sexual exploitation which underpins their lack of status and opportunities worldwide.
Commission on the Status of Women 2015 in New York.
9. – 20.03.2015 – UN Headquarter – New York, USA –
The fifty-ninth session of the Commission on the Status of Women will take place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 9 to 20 March 2015. Representatives of Member States , UN entities, and ECOSOS-accredited non-governmental organizations (NGO) from all regions of the world attend the session.
Mrs Taina Bien-Aime , Executive Director of CATW (http://www.catwinternational.org/), will moderate following panel:
“20 Years After Beijing:
Prostitution, Sex Trafficking and the Question for Equality”
– New Voices, New Models, New Solutions –
Panelists are: Dr. Ingeborg Kraus (Initiator of the Appeal “Stop Sexbuying” of the German Trauma Experts), Rachel Moran (founder and director of SPACE INternational, Author of “Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution”), Vednita Carter (also a “Survivor”, founder and directorof “Breaking Free” in Minnesota) und Dr. Melissa Farley (founder and director of “Prostitution Research and Education”). Please look here for further information: http://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/csw59-2015.
International congress for the abolition of prostitution.
Stop Sexbuying: From 5th until 7th of December 2014 in munich.
Women in prostitution experience the use of their bodies by unknown men between once and 20 to 30 times a day. Together with Sweden we view this reality as violence against women. An event offering information and raising awareness as regards the concrete situation of these women and the physical, psychological and mental consequences for them is absolutely necessary. Women who have succeeded in exiting prostitution are increasingly voicing their experiences. They report having to dissociate their feelings and reactions, having to function like a machine in order to go through the degradation and pains that they are subjected to by constant vaginal, anal and oral penetration. They report having learned this technique of dissociation through childhood violence. They hoped to finally gain control of the situation and thus power by repeating the trauma as an independent decision. The opposite then happens: the trauma is perpetuated by recurrent repetition.
The congress informs on the realities of prostitution, the high risks born by the women, the intense violence perpetrated by the punters. It counters the prostitution myths by reality and clarifies that the purchase of sex must not be legal.
Following Panels on Saturday 6th address the Problem of Trauma and Prostitution:
The Reality of Prostitution: Survivors tell the truth:
Rachel Moran, Space International, Dublin; Tanja Rahm, Denmark, “Marie”, Germany; Jana Koch-Krawczak, Germany. Moderation: Dr. Ingeborg Kraus, Germany.
Trauma. Traumatisation as cause and consequences of prostitution.
Dr. Muriel Salmona , Psychotraumatologin, Paris: Michaela Huber , Psychotraumatology, Kassel; Dr. Ingeborg Kraus , psychologist, Karlsruhe; Tanja Rahm , survivor and therapist, danmark. Moderation: Dr. Ingeborg Kraus, Germany.
Stabbed through the eye by Ser Jaime Lannister.
Death shown in episode.
Jory Cassel was the captain of the guards to House Stark. He was killed by Jaime Lannister while defending Lord Eddard Stark in King’s Landing.
Jory Cassel was the captain of Lord Eddard Stark’s household guards at Winterfell. He is a loyal and trusted servant of House Stark and a good swordsman in his own right. He is the nephew of Ser Rodrik Cassel, Winterfell’s Master-at-Arms. He has a noticeable scar, gained at the siege of Pyke during the Greyjoy Rebellion.
Jory Cassel fought at the siege of Pyke alongside Jaime Lannister and Thoros of Myr who charged at the Greyjoy’s with his burning sword. The same event was also the reason for his scar, as a Greyjoy soldier almost took his eye.
The Starks and their men find the direwolves in “Winter is Coming”.
Jory Cassel joins Lord Stark and his retinue as they venture out to execute Will. He is with the group when they find the direwolf pups.