Friday, March 30, 2012

[socialactionfoundationforequity:15126 Should SA decriminalise prostitution?

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Should SA decriminalise prostitution?


The ANC discussion paper on gender flags the debate on prostitution and says: "The ideal approach of the ANC will be for the support of a position that will embrace the dignity of women."

Hlengiwe Mkhize, the national treasurer of the ANC Women's League, was quoted in the media as expressing the hope that a resolution would be passed at Mangaung decriminalising sex work. While I doubt that the ANC would be calling for total decriminalisation, there is merit in the call for the decriminalisation of the selling and not the buying of sex. This position takes into account the underlying causes that drive women, mainly poor women, into prostitution and how patriarchy and economic inequality produce and reproduce the conditions that frustrate women's life chances and choices.

Power imbalances create the conditions where a man has the means and can exercise the choice to "buy" a woman. Does the fact that a poor woman, who sells sex from a position of a lack of power and choice, not merit different treatment in the law from a man who buys sex? Does criminalising her not render her a double victim – of the man who exploits her and a criminal justice system that disregards her circumstances? On the other hand, how do we prevent a man with the economic means and power from buying sex or a third party from profiting due to this sexual exploitation of women?

While some may argue that criminalising the buyer removes a woman's only choice to earn a living, this should rather remind us of our duty as a society to create better opportunities, and real choice, for women and girls. This debate around prostitution needs to broaden. Women have suffered for millennia through patriarchal systems of exploitation, including prostitution and other forms of sexual exploitation.

"Sex workers" have been finding a voice and demanding their rights to decent work, dignity and an end to exploitation. The ANC and Cosatu have taken up the challenge, and put this issue on the table. This is a debate that needs to happen at all levels of our society. It a difficult issue, involving sex and taboos, but we cannot afford to respond with avoidance, denialism and lethargy as was the case with HIV/Aids. If we can discuss and debate the complex issues raised, we can mobilise society and make major advances towards real gender equality.

The ANC calls for a solution that would enhance women's rights to human dignity and gender equality. This calls for a deeper understanding of what these rights and concepts mean. We need to shine the light on the intersection between economic inequality and patriarchy, which mitigate against women's realisation of their rights. The ANC stresses the importance of addressing the underlying causes frustrating gender transformation, highlighting the persistence of patriarchal thinking and the continuation of institutionalised sexism.

The SA Law Reform Commission has been working on four legislative options for prostitution, reviewing more than 2 000 submissions in the process. However, the final decision is a political one, and will be informed by this debate.

The four options put forward are: total criminalisation; legalisation; partial decriminalisation; and total decriminalisation.

Embrace Dignity is advocating for partial decriminalisation. This position is informed by an understanding that prostitution is inherently harmful to women and society in that it objectifies all women and perpetuates patriarchy.

Partial decriminalisation shifts the burden of criminality from the seller to the buyer and the commercial sex entrepreneur who profits from the sexual exploitation of women. It recognises that the lack of options forces poor women into prostitution, and supports exit. While we uphold the value of fairness in the treatment of parties to the same crime, we argue that the law must take into account the underlying causes that drive women into prostitution, instead of re-victimising them.

We see this as a pragmatic and radical feminist position, seeking not to decriminalise the institution of prostitution but to dismantle it and provide a major impetus towards ending patriarchy.

This debate requires more than merely a change in law. It speaks to the need for engaging honestly with deeper issues of gender and how these play out in terms of economic inequality and patriarchy. It raises the need to address the absence of choice for most women involved in prostitution. We seek to end the world's oldest oppression.

Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge was a founder and chairwoman of the Natal Organisation of Women and served as deputy minister of defence and of health and as deputy speaker in the National Assembly. She is currently an independent consultant and executive director of Embrace Dignity, an NGO addressing trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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News: Maximo Made for Sansa 4-in-1 Travel Kit for Sansa MP3 Players

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15126 Supreme Court Justices Will Determine the Fate of AIDS in America

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Supreme Court Justices Will Determine the Fate of AIDS in America

Posted: 03/28/2012 3:39 pm


Two years after President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Supreme Court is considering the constitutionality of several elements of that law. The fact that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear this case is hardly surprising. The legislation continues to be controversial. But one of the issues that the Supreme Court will consider Wednesday, the law's expansion of the Medicaid program, has made few headlines. What has made even fewer headlines is how critically important this expansion is to our nation's fight to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

The ACA includes several provisions that will improve our nation's ability to combat HIV/AIDS, including the minimum coverage requirement, or the individual mandate. In fact, the mandate helps to offset the costs of requiring insurance companies to cover all Americans, regardless of pre-existing conditions like HIV. But while the law's mandate has gotten most of the attention, its Medicaid expansion is perhaps the most powerful tool ever wielded in the fight to bring an end to this 30-year epidemic. As such, the Supreme Court's decision will have implications far beyond the federal government's authority to regulate the insurance market. It could very well determine the fate of our nation's struggle against AIDS.

Current Medicaid eligibility requirements force most low-income individuals living with HIV to wait for an AIDS diagnosis before they can access the program, even if they meet the income threshold. In effect, this blocks access to the very medications that could have prevented or at least delayed that AIDS diagnosis in the first place. From a public health perspective, this policy is absurd. It endangers the lives of the very individuals it's meant to serve. From an economic standpoint, it is disastrous, delaying access to care until the latest and most expensive stage of the disease. Under the ACA, anyone making up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level -- about $14,483 for individuals -- will be eligible for Medicaid, with or with out an AIDS diagnosis.

This is crucial because socioeconomic status is perhaps the most significant factor in determining an individual's vulnerability to HIV infection. A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that individuals living below the poverty line were twice as likely to be diagnosed with HIV as those with income above that threshold. What's more, these individuals face substantial barriers to accessing care and treatment, resulting in significantly poorer health outcomes. Providing access to health care for low-income Americans is absolutely essential if we are to bring an end to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Just last year, research showed that individuals on antiretroviral treatment whose viral loads were undetectable reduced the risk of transmitting HIV to their partner by 96 percent. In effect, if a person is enrolled in drug therapy and remains adherent to that program, it is almost impossible for him or her to pass the virus to another. The Medicaid expansion could potentially extend health care access to tens of thousands of Americans living with HIV. This alone could prevent thousands of new infections. But by providing access to health care, including testing and risk counseling to approximately 16 million additional Americans, the preventative impact of the Medicaid expansion could be colossal.

Last month, the National Minority AIDS Council, along with four other national HIV/AIDS organizations, submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court urging it to uphold the ACA's Medicaid expansion, as the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has already done. Over the last two years, policy and science have aligned like never before, providing America with a clear path forward to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic. We cannot achieve this goal, however, without ensuring that all Americans, especially those living in poverty, have adequate access to quality health care services. When the Supreme Court hears arguments, I sincerely hope that it will consider the implications of its decision on the lives of Americans living with HIV or AIDS. This case is about much more than legal abstractions or the theoretical limits on congressional authority. It is about whether we as a nation will do what it takes to finally end this epidemic.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15125 E-news: Life in the world's biggest refugee camp

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Forced to abandon life in Syria

Civil unrest in Syria has made life at home perilous for thousands as they are forced to abandon their homes and country and pour over the borders.

Left with only the clothes on their backs, men women and children are desperately seeking safety and protection in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan.

By donating now, you can help thousands of refugees in need and restore hope of a better life, away from the violence at home.

 

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Escaping a life of enforced military

What would you do faced with a life forced into an army where service is tough and lasts decades? Many young Eritreans are smuggled out of Eritrea to escape this life, risking jail, kidnap or worse. Fortunately, some of these stories end on a more positive note, 13 year old Gebre was lucky to arrive safely in Ethiopia and hopes to soon be reunited with his grandmother in Canada.

Find out more about children like Gebre...

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Celebrating women every day

Celebrating refugee women around the globe

UN High Commissioner for refugees marked International womens day this month by noting our efforts to encourage more and more countries to put a stop to gender inequality, and grant women the right to pass their nationality to their children. We believe gender equality and the inspirational lives of refugee women should be celebrated everyday!

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15124 Only 3 weeks to go for the 5th IFIP World IT Forum. Register now

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IFIP has been organising WITFOR every second year since 2003 in cooperation with the government of the host country. The inaugural WITFOR was held in Lithuania, in 2003, followed by Botswana (2005), Ethiopia (2007) and Vietnam (2009). As the venue for the 5th IFIP WITFOR, India seeks to add unique value to WITFOR by offering a distinctive combination of enormous developmental challenges and globally-proven ICT capabilities to address them.
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Mr. David Hume, Executive Director, Citizen Engagement, Government of British Columbia, Canada

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15122 Volunteer to improve ICDS and MNREGA in Araria, Katihar and East Champaran districts of Bihar

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Subject: Volunteer to improve ICDS and MNREGA in Araria, Katihar and East Champaran districts of Bihar
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Date: Thursday, 29 March, 2012, 19:15

From: Ashish Ranjan <ashish.ranjanjha@gmail.com>


Hard Work No Pay
Summer Jobs off the Beaten Track

 

 
Do you support the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) and the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)? Then why not give some of your time to help make it work?

Last year 40 student volunteers from different universities across India helped the Araria District Administration and Jan Jagaran Shakti Sangathan ( 
www.jjabihar.org ) with other civil society groups to conduct a series of social audits of NREGA works and ICDS centres. This year the ICDS directorate, Bihar plans to conduct similar audits in East Champaran District with the help of JJSS and other civil society organisations. JJSS also plans to conduct social audits and awareness campaigns in few other districts (subject to interest of the local administration).
 
Volunteers are needed for conducting social audits and surveys in these districts of Bihar. This involves conducting awareness campaigns, organize public meetings, monitoring the functioning of MNREGA and ICDS, helping MNREGA workers file work application and related activities.
 
Volunteers should be prepared to work in rural areas for at least three weeks, without modern comforts. Prior experience of fieldwork, and fluency in English and Hindi, are preferred but not essential.
 

ICDS directorate will pay a fixed amount to those who are engaged in Social Audits in East Champaran district (travel allowance plus minimum wage, i.e Rs 144/day) which will cover all your expenses. For other audit exercises there will be no stipend. However, since this is not a money-making opportunity, we encourage you to apply for volunteer work with an open mind. If a stipend is essential for you then please specify that you will only work on the ICDS social audit in East Champaran. More importantly, it is a chance for you to gain work experience, learn something about rural India, and contribute to the realization of proper functioning MNREGA and ICDS.
 

Also clarify the dates when you will be available. Audits will be conducted in the months of May-June. Please send your resume to ashish.ranjanjha@gmail.com by 20th April, 2012.

 

For any clarification you can call Ashish at 09973363664.

 

Kamayani Swami and Ashish Ranjan for the Jan Jagaran Shakti Sangathan.

 

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15122 Call for paper

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Prime Journal of Engineering and Technology Research (PJETR) is a peer-reviewed and open access journal that publishes manuscripts monthly. Manuscripts are being published monthly by PRIME JOURNALS via our website, http://www.primejournals.org/PJETR).

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PJETR is committed to upgrade the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15119 No harmful effect of mobile radiation: WHO

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No harmful effect of mobile radiation: WHO

Recent research by the World Health Organisation said mobile radiations have no harmful effects on any species including humans

New Delhi: The Government on Friday said present research shows that there are no harmful effects from mobile radiation for any species including humans.

''Recent research by the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that till date no harmful health affect of Mobile radiation has been found for any species," Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology Milind Deora, informed the Rajya Sabha during Question Hour.

At the same time, he said that the Government, erring on the side of caution, was following the strictest emission standards for mobile towers in the country.

"The standards we are following for the Mobile tower radiation is ten times more stringent than the prevailing global standards," Deora said.

He said that the Ministry had last week convened a round table to discuss various aspects of radiation from mobile towers.

"International research does not say any species is at risk from mobile radiation. However, we are constantly monitoring global trends and as soon as any research in this regard comes to our notice, we will move to the new standards," he said.
 

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15119 THE ISLAND PRESIDENT at Film Forum

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THE ISLAND PRESIDENT (HRWFF 2012)
Special screening tomorrow with filmmaker and Mohamed Nasheed


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