Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Seodi White talking Gender-based violence now

Women and Law in Southern Africa (WILSA) Executive Director, Seodi White, is talking about 16 Days of Activism on Malawi Broadcasting Corporation Television.
White is bashing assumptions that men suffer more from Gender-based Violence than women, only that women have more mouth pieces.
"That is not true; actually, we look at where women have come from, and you will see that they have come from a very difficult background than men. That is what we want to correct," says White.
She adds that women's problems have been compounded by assumptions and that women have to be "shie" all the time, which has exposed them to various forms of violence.

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