CariMAN joins in solidarity with women and girls in observance of International Women's Day on March 8
CariMAN joins in solidarity with all women and girls in observance of International Women's Day on March 8 in support of all the work being done on behalf of our girls and women so as to ensure their safety, education, protection and well-being.
CariMAN has asked its membership and all men and boys to support the call from the Bureau of Gender Affairs and others to wear something with the colour purple so as to demonstrate solidarity with our girls and women.
Withholding its remarks on the current saga of alleged child sexual abuse, CariMAN made the plea for those who continue to abuse women and girls to consider the hurt, shame and emotional and psychological scars inflicted on their victims, in a recent press release.
“We must realize and acknowledge that money and power are not all: money, power and friendship should never be allowed to be used as a weapon to abuse others and to keep them quiet; The Court of Law must be allowed to do its duty and bring to justice, without fear or favour, all those who are sexually or physically abusing our girls and women.”
CariMAN asks everyone expressing support to our girls and women to do so without speculation, and avoid engaging in activity that will hinder justice.
CariMAN wishes all women and girls a blessed and fruitful International Women’s Day, free from all abuse and we encourage them to stand up and talk for their rights and freedom and demand respect.
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