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حوار بين ناشطات الحراك النسوي من السودان إلى سوريا

في جلسة افتراضية جمعت ناشطات نسويات سودانيات مع شركاء/شريكات الرابطة في سوريا، تبادلت الناشطات النسويات في سوريا والسودان خبراتهن في بناء الحراك، ودراسة التقاطعات الثقافية بين الحركات النسوية الناشطة من أجل السلام.

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WILPF International Secretariat
31 May 2021

اقرأ/ي المقال باللغة الإنجليزية

يُعدّ التضامن بين الحركات جزءاً لا يتجزأ من بناء الحراك النسوي، حيث أنه يعزّز تبادل المعرفة والدعم، ويبرز أهمية الاعتماد على قوتنا الجماعية في المسار المستقبلي للحركة النسوية.

في أوائل عام 2021، دعت رابطة النساء الدولية للسلام والحرية ناشطات نسويات سودانيات يتمتعن بخبرة تنظيمية غنية للانضمام إلى شركاء الرابطة في سوريا لإجراء مناقشة مثمرة بشأن بناء الحراك النسوي.

وهذه الجلسة الافتراضية التي انعقدت تحت عنوان “مقاومة الحراك النسوي لجميع الصعاب”، وفرت للناشطات ضمن ظروف جيوسياسية فريدة فرصة تبادل خبراتهن في بناء الحراك، ودراسة التقاطعات الثقافية بين الحركات النسوية الناشطة من أجل السلام.

تحديد الروابط المشتركة

غطى الحوار الواسع بين الناشطات النسويات في سوريا والسودان جميع المواضيع، بدءاً من تقلّص مساحات تنظيم النساء وكيفية استعادتها، وصولاً إلى مدى التهديد الذي يشكله “القرب من السلطة” على الأجندات الراديكالية، وكيف يحول دون إحراز تقدم حقيقي.

وبعد تحديد القضايا المحلية التي تبرز الروابط المشتركة بين الحركات النسوية، أكدّت الجلسة على أهمية تبادل المعرفة والخبرات والممارسات النسوية في تعزيز الحراك النسوي من خلال التضامن العابر للحدود.

عقد الحوار وبناء الحركة

 جمعت سارة نقدالله أفكار ونتائج الحوار في الورقتين الواردتين أدناه من سلسلة “حوار بين ناشطات الحراك النسوي”.

 تستعرض هذه الورقة النقاط المشتركة في كفاح ناشطات الحراك النسوي السوداني والسوري، بما فيها تقليص مساحات عملهن وتهميش أجنداتهن واحتواء إنجازاتهن التي تحققت بشق الأنفس.


حوار بين ناشطات الحراك النسوي أيار/مايو 2021 من السودان إلى سوريا: المساحة والتمثيل والسلطة

 تطلعون في هذه الورقة على بعض الدروس التي قدمتها الناشطات السودانيات لمساعدة زميلاتهن السوريات في توجيه وتعزيز جهودهن لبناء الحراك النسوي.


وقد عُقدت هذه الجلسة في إطار الإجتماع السنوي 2021؛ وهو اجتماع عام سنوي تنظمه الرابطة للمنظمات الشريكة في .

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WILPF International Secretariat

WILPF International Secretariat, with offices in Geneva and New York, liaises with the International Board and the National Sections and Groups for the implementation of WILPF International Programme, resolutions and policies as adopted by the International Congress. Under the direction of the Secretary-General, the Secretariat also provides support in areas of advocacy, communications, and financial operations.

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Melissa Torres

VICE-PRESIDENT

Prior to being elected Vice-President, Melissa Torres was the WILPF US International Board Member from 2015 to 2018. Melissa joined WILPF in 2011 when she was selected as a Delegate to the Commission on the Status of Women as part of the WILPF US’ Practicum in Advocacy Programme at the United Nations, which she later led. She holds a PhD in Social Work and is a professor and Global Health Scholar at Baylor College of Medicine and research lead at BCM Anti-Human Trafficking Program. Of Mexican descent and a native of the US/Mexico border, Melissa is mostly concerned with the protection of displaced Latinxs in the Americas. Her work includes training, research, and service provision with the American Red Cross, the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Centre, and refugee resettlement programs in the U.S. Some of her goals as Vice-President are to highlight intersectionality and increase diversity by fostering inclusive spaces for mentorship and leadership. She also contributes to WILPF’s emerging work on the topic of displacement and migration.

Jamila Afghani

VICE-PRESIDENT

Jamila Afghani is the President of WILPF Afghanistan which she started in 2015. She is also an active member and founder of several organisations including the Noor Educational and Capacity Development Organisation (NECDO). Elected in 2018 as South Asia Regional Representative to WILPF’s International Board, WILPF benefits from Jamila’s work experience in education, migration, gender, including gender-based violence and democratic governance in post-conflict and transitional countries.

Sylvie Jacqueline Ndongmo

PRESIDENT

Sylvie Jacqueline NDONGMO is a human rights and peace leader with over 27 years experience including ten within WILPF. She has a multi-disciplinary background with a track record of multiple socio-economic development projects implemented to improve policies, practices and peace-oriented actions. Sylvie is the founder of WILPF Cameroon and was the Section’s president until 2022. She co-coordinated the African Working Group before her election as Africa Representative to WILPF’s International Board in 2018. A teacher by profession and an African Union Trainer in peace support operations, Sylvie has extensive experience advocating for the political and social rights of women in Africa and worldwide.

WILPF Afghanistan

In response to the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and its targeted attacks on civil society members, WILPF Afghanistan issued several statements calling on the international community to stand in solidarity with Afghan people and ensure that their rights be upheld, including access to aid. The Section also published 100 Untold Stories of War and Peace, a compilation of true stories that highlight the effects of war and militarisation on the region. 

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Demilitarisation

WILPF uses feminist analysis to argue that militarisation is a counter-productive and ill-conceived response to establishing security in the world. The more society becomes militarised, the more violence and injustice are likely to grow locally and worldwide.

Sixteen states are believed to have supplied weapons to Afghanistan from 2001 to 2020 with the US supplying 74 % of weapons, followed by Russia. Much of this equipment was left behind by the US military and is being used to inflate Taliban’s arsenal. WILPF is calling for better oversight on arms movement, for compensating affected Afghan people and for an end to all militarised systems.

Militarised masculinity

Mobilising men and boys around feminist peace has been one way of deconstructing and redefining masculinities. WILPF shares a feminist analysis on the links between militarism, masculinities, peace and security. We explore opportunities for strengthening activists’ action to build equal partnerships among women and men for gender equality.

WILPF has been working on challenging the prevailing notion of masculinity based on men’s physical and social superiority to, and dominance of, women in Afghanistan. It recognizes that these notions are not representative of all Afghan men, contrary to the publicly prevailing notion.

Feminist peace​

In WILPF’s view, any process towards establishing peace that has not been partly designed by women remains deficient. Beyond bringing perspectives that encapsulate the views of half of the society and unlike the men only designed processes, women’s true and meaningful participation allows the situation to improve.

In Afghanistan, WILPF has been demanding that women occupy the front seats at the negotiating tables. The experience of the past 20 has shown that women’s presence produces more sustainable solutions when they are empowered and enabled to play a role.

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