ICHR honours the International Woman’s Day and celebrates all the women, and the human rights defenders taking action by playing active role in shaping their country’s future, and end the gender-based discrimination and violence, as the many around the world are experiencing the most outrageous injustice because of who they are.
The huge task of holding those responsible for these human rights violations, and abuses is largely left to These courageous advocates. Whom work selflessly to create a more just and equal world, for all. Often they do so while dealing with their own experiences of discrimination, violence, and their own safety.
It has been more than 40 years since the UN chose March 8th as the day to annually celebrate the women worldwide, whom courageously are raising awareness on Gender-based violations, sexism and misogyny, as well as being an amplifying voice for sisters worldwide, and honouring the commemoration of the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women.
Yet the problems of all women specially the Middle Eastern and East Asian(North-Korea, China) women remain unresolved and extremely alarming; as they are suffering from extreme pain of Gender-based discrimination, violations, sexism, misogyny, abuses, Political Repression, and their voices are shut by unlawful sentences.
For years these Governments have continuously executed widespread systematic discrimination, violence, Political Repression against women, and they are left exposed to prosecution, and outrageous sentences. That is just unacceptable, what is UN doing about this horrific situation?
The women whom oppose are being stopped in the streets on daily bases and abused violently, threatened, degraded verbally, physically assaulted. As the world land United Nation are watching in blinded vision and plugged ears.
That been said; We urge everyone to stand up in promoting and defending rights and condemn the governments that use criminalization, discrimination against women, their rights, their dignity, and practice of violence, such as honour killing in Islamic law.
What actions are being taken by the UN for the system that has been Failing the Women’s Rights in Afghanistan, by The failure to provide accountability for violence against women and girls that has given the Taliban further crucial legal protections to continue their attacks on the women, no action or progress from UN shows that they are doing anything to protect these women’s Dignity and Human Rights.
ICHR strongly condemns the governments that are Criminalizing women, and violating their rights, and to start abiding by the rule of law and laws of human rights. We also firmly call on the UN to hold these governments accountable and the authorities, morality police, the police, and the pro-government thugs for their crimes against women’s rights in their country.