CRIT PER LES DONES D'AFGANISTAN

La manifestació virtual organitzada per les dones catalanes per la igualtat a Afganistan

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Welcome by Antoni Bassas
Good evening! Welcome on behalf of women from all walks of life in Catalonia who raise their voices in defence of the rights of Afghan women and their families, in this virtual demonstration. An initiative that for now has already joined, if we add the number of people linked to the associations that have given support and the individuals who have registered, 1,253,626 people. A demonstration that wants to give encouragement, warmth and be of material help to all the people in Afghanistan who are suffering the effects of repression and the persecution of civil rights as a result of the arrival of the Taliban regime. In the form of a virtual chair, anyone who wishes can make a voluntary financial contribution. We ask the contributions to be from 5 euros. Donations will be collected until the closing of the website on December 24th of this year. The proceeds will be given to entities that work to receive with dignity those who have already fled and help them rebuild their lives.
Reading the Manifesto
This demonstration, virtual and real at the same time, has a manifesto. Manifesto in defence of the rights of women and the population of Afghanistan. And it goes like this:
(It will be read in Catalan, Spanish and English) Antoni Bassas introduces Nàdia Gulham, an Afghan living in Catalonia
The situation refugee families face is not new, Afghans have been fleeing their country for years. An Afghan refugee in Catalonia, Nadia Gulham, explains this terrible experience to us.
Nadia Ghulam, Afghan resident in Catalonia
Well, due to the current regime in my country, the situation has changed for everyone, men and women, but the majority of people who, always in the history of Afghanistan, have suffered regime changes and repressions have been women. In recent years we had 25 percent of Afghanistan's Parliament made up of women, and these women were actively working. That, by the way, allowed these people to get more or less connected with the rest of the world, and to create networks with other women who now, in the current situation, have been useful. Most of them at least have been able to leave the country, and if they have not left, they are listened to by the rest of the world and observed so that they can be helped and rescued. The most worrying situation for me is the lives of other women professionals, such as teachers, doctors, nurses, economists, people who worked in banks, etc. These enterprising people, for example, women entrepreneurs who right now, in addition to having lost all their money, all their possibilities, their entire companies, have suddenly been left empty-handed and do not have any support from the international community and are not listened to. The universities in my country are closed, most of the universities are not working right now, they are not open. Some that are working are private universities, but the main cause of this closure of universities is not only that the Government does not allow women and men to study together, but it is because people are very afraid. Many families, many fathers, brothers, husbands do not let their daughters continue their studies because they are afraid that, because of these studies of their wives or sisters, the Taliban will find out that they have different thoughts, because right now many many people are watched, so it is very difficult to trust anyone with where you are going or what you do.
On the other hand, the rural areas have never been the same as big cities like Kabul, like Mazar-i-Sharif or Herat. These big cities have had possibilities for women to kind of go to school, study and all, which is questionable for me as they have not had one hundred percent security. They could still go, but women from towns and provinces have always been locked up and they have not had the possibility to study. Their situation has got even worse, and they have no one to listen to them and who can help them. The girls who have minimally lived democracy and have been able to leave their home, or to go to school, once they have tasted freedom it is difficult again to leave this freedom behind and not be able to have possibilities. However, to me there is hope, because even if it is from the distance, I will work for the people of my country, especially for the girls, because they need us to be by their side, because Afghan women, as always, have suffered a lot, a lot of oppressions, but the change that we can achieve will not be from the outside but from the inside. We can find strategies and ways to unite with each other, our knowledge, our capacities, to be able to help these people within their own country, and those who were able to leave the country as refugees, we must accompany them adequately so that they acquire their knowledge and can study, because they are the future of my country. I see that the future of Afghanistan is us, women, who must have the possibility to learn a lot, so that with our pens we can return to our country and help the rest of the people who do not have this possibility and who have not been able to leave.
Antoni Bassas introduces the videos interpreted by Clara Segura
Thank you, Nadia Ghulam, this is the testimony of a refugee in Catalonia. There are testimonials, which can escalate to infinite levels of harshness, like the following one. A woman who is hiding in Afghanistan right now, because otherwise the Taliban would simply kill her.
I am one of the activist women of Afghanistan who during the democratically elected Republic of Afghanistan worked hard in the field of civil society and women rights activism for my country and have long struggle and fought for journalism and women's rights in the most difficult of circumstances. The current situation in Afghanistan is well known to all of you, where women like me who are educated, are capable cadres and worked for a better life for everyone especially women are in grave danger and are now spending our lives like prisoners in the homes and in our rooms., not even able to change our location and move to another place to protect ourselves from the impending danger we face so that the Taliban do not target us and kill us. At the same time, women like me and I have lost hope for the future It is as if we have lost ourselves. The Taliban have destroyed our every dream, snatched every ability and taken from us the opportunity to be of service that we have rendered to our country and people, and wanted to continue. However, the Taliban brutally killed my brother on the road on 9th of October 2021. I heard the story of my brother's martyrdom from the mouths of the people. I could not bear to hear the way they Kill him, in the most brutal one, only reason was that he was educated and was pro women rights and because her sister worked for the women and girls improvement. Whenever I think of my future, I feel pain in my throat from pain and depression. It is very difficult for a person to have high hopes for the future. I respectfully ask the people of other countries, especially Spain, not to leave me and women like me alone and to help us
Clara Segura now interprets another horrifying testimony for us. That of two siblings who had to escape 8 days walking through the mountains fleeing Afghanistan, from the Taliban regime, until they reached Pakistan.
I am one of the activist women of Afghanistan who during the democratically elected Republic of Afghanistan worked hard in the field of civil society and women rights activism for my country and have long struggle and fought for journalism and women's rights in the most difficult of circumstances. The current situation in Afghanistan is well known to all of you, where women like me who are educated, are capable cadres and worked for a better life for everyone especially women are in grave danger and are now spending our lives like prisoners in the homes and in our rooms., not even able to change our location and move to another place to protect ourselves from the impending danger we face so that the Taliban do not target us and kill us. At the same time, women like me and I have lost hope for the future It is as if we have lost ourselves. The Taliban have destroyed our every dream, snatched every ability and taken from us the opportunity to be of service that we have rendered to our country and people, and wanted to continue. However, the Taliban brutally killed my brother on the road on 9th of October 2021. I heard the story of my brother's martyrdom from the mouths of the people. I could not bear to hear the way they Kill him, in the most brutal one, only reason was that he was educated and was pro women rights and because her sister worked for the women and girls improvement. Whenever I think of my future, I feel pain in my throat from pain and depression. It is very difficult for a person to have high hopes for the future. I respectfully ask the people of other countries, especially Spain, not to leave me and women like me alone and to help us
Thank you Clara Segura. As you can see, a couple and their son, refugees from Afghanistan, are also accompanying us in this demonstration. She is a doctor, he is a journalist. Nooria Aryan and Faroodi Aryan.

Keep in mind that these are people who currently have refugee status, and who hope to stabilize their family situation. They just told us that what they need most now is a hug, imagine where we are.
Antoni Bassas introduces the performance of Sílvia Bel and Lluís Llach
Now we want to add some music, some art in this event, and this comes from the hand of two artists who will help us a lot to achieve this goal, Silvia Bel and Lluis Llach.
Poetry set to music, by Sílvia Bel and Lluís Llach
Antoni Bassas passes it over to the authorities
Thank you Sílvia Bel and Lluís Llach, with art and music we are reaching the end of this event, before that, a few institutional words. To begin with, those of the "Councilor" for Equality and Feminisms Tania Verge.
Tània Verge, Regional Minister of Equality and Feminismes of the Generalitat
Good afternoon, first of all I wanted to start by thanking the organizers of this virtual demonstration for creating this space of solidarity with Afghan women, a very special space that is also a collective cry so that they are not forgotten, so that they are not silenced, and a recognition of these brave women who fight day by day in defence of their right to live free, free from any type of discrimination and violence, as we have heard in their own words. The Government of the Generalitat of Catalonia, and especially the Department of Equality and Feminisms, are here today accompanying this virtual demonstration for various reasons, of which I will highlight a couple. In the first place, because in the face of flagrant violation of the human rights of girls and women, LGTBI groups, ethnic minorities, human rights defenders, we say loud and clear that Catalonia is and wants to be a country of host and refuge, and therefore this demonstration is also a cry for the international community to comply with its obligation of protection, and the right to asylum, a claim also to establish legal and safe channels. We are here today also because we are talking about sisterhood, about the sisterhood carried out by so many networks of women around the world, helping with resources and accompaniment to the women of Afghanistan, from inside the country and its borders, and as you have seen here today as well, from Catalonia in this virtual demonstration organized by more than 500 women's organizations who have worked together intensely for many months.
Thank you very much for being here today, you have us by your side.
Thank you very much "Councilor", then we now receive the message from the Mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau.
Ada Colau, Mayor of Barcelona
A very good afternoon to all and many thanks for inviting me to take part in this solidarity initiative to send out a joint cry for Afghan women, which has enjoyed the commitment and backing of so many institutions, organisations, and individuals. It is very exciting and very encouraging to see this togetherness and the participation of so many people to send out a cry to the world and a message to Afghan women, which is loud and clear, that they are not alone, that we have not forgotten them. Given the crisis in Afghanistan, as Mayor of Barcelona and the special envoy to the UN for cities, I promoted a declaration calling for international diplomacy to stop the serious rights violation being suffered by the people of Afghanistan in general, but in particular by women and children. In light of the situation, I also called for a humanitarian corridor to be set up so that women and children in particular could get out of Afghanistan as soon as possible. Right from the start of the crisis, the City Council offered the Ministry of Social Inclusion and Migration a public facility to provide shelter for women and children from Afghanistan. Yet we cannot limit ourselves to a call for Human Rights to be respected and for safe and legal corridors. We really need to bear in mind that many local people have family in Afghanistan, and that is why we must also work on the right to family reunification, particularly at a time the lives of women and girls may be in extreme danger. Here at Barcelona City Council, we are in constant contact with associations of Afghan people living in Barcelona and Catalonia, acting as an interface with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to try to resettle the relatives of Barcelona residents whose lives are at risk under the Taliban regime, making all our municipal services available at all times to provide all the guidance and legal advice needed in this difficult process. I reiterate all my solidarity and that of the city of Barcelona as a whole with the Afghan people, particularly with women, children and their families, and the demand for the international community to act firmly against the Taliban regime and to protect and guarantee the defence of human rights with no excuses. Once again, a huge thank you to all the people whose involvement has made it possible today, albeit virtually, for Passeig de Gracia to fill with displays of sisterhood and love towards Afghan women.
Laura Borràs, President of the Parliament of Catalonia
Thank you, Mayor, the demonstration is ending with the words addressed by the President of the Parliament of Catalonia, Laura Borràs. Last August the situation in Afghanistan shook the world, to its core I would say, and especially Catalonia. News reached us on how the Taliban regained power, and we suffered for the civilian population and especially we suffered for the fifty female MPs who were part of the national assembly, the Afghan parliament. Female MPs who were part of it because, thanks to international pressure, 25% of the seats in parliament had to be secured for women. This was achieved in the constitution of 2004. Therefore, there were violations of rights, but particularly violations of the rights of women. What could we do from Catalonia? What could we do mid-August holiday? Exactly what we did, raise our voices, so that our voices would join all the voices from around the planet that cried out for the protection of these human rights, cried out for the protection of women's rights. And that is why we join the mission of saving as many people as possible, and particularly Afghan women MPs, and all women in the world of culture, science, and university. News gets old, the Taliban come to power, and claim to do it with respect for Human Rights, and there is once again a general invisibility about the current situation in that country, and in particular the private drama that women are experiencing. women just because they are women. That is why today we join this cry of the world for Afghan women, for the respect of their rights, of their freedoms. And that is why I would like, in addition to adding myself on behalf of the Parliament of Catalonia, to close my speech with some verses by an Afghan poet, Nadia Anjuman, who was beaten to death by her husband when she was only 25 years old. Nadia said:
Because every moment I whisper the songs of my heart. They remind me of the day I broke the cage I flew from this loneliness And I sang the melancholy. I am not a weak poplar, that any wind will shake. I am an Afghan woman, My sensitivity makes me sing.
Our sensitivity should not make us dumb. Let's sing, let's shout, let's defend women's rights, which is defending Human Rights.
Farewell and end of the demonstration by Antoni Bassas
Thank you very much President Borràs. With these words we have reached the end of this virtual, but at the same time real demonstration. Please remember that you can contributing with your donations on the website until December 24th. On behalf of all the people, all the participating institutions, all the women who have organized this demonstration for days, thank you all very much from Barcelona. And good evening.

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MANIFEST EN DEFENSA DELS DRETS DE LES DONES I LA POBLACIÓ DE L’AFGANISTAN

La regressió en drets que pateix el poble d’Afganistan des de l’arribada al poder del règim totalitari dels talibans és evident.

Per això, alcem la veu davant la situació a la que s’enfronta la població afganesa i molt especialment les dones i les seves famílies i denunciem la violència i la vulneració dels Drets Humans que estan patint.

Els informes de l’Oficina de l’Alta Comissionada de les Nacions Unides per als Drets Humans confirmen aquesta situació. També la confirmen les notícies que rebem de testimonis directes que l’estan vivint i que ens demanen ajut urgent.

La intransigència, la violència contra les dones, la tortura i la impunitat dels autors d’aquestes pràctiques abusives han generat el terror i la persecució contra aquelles persones sospitoses de no estar d’acord amb el règim talibà i que no han pogut abandonar el país. ...


Cal respectar les derivades geopolítiques i l’esdevenir de cada territori, però cal recordar que existeixen mecanismes jurídics perquè la comunitat internacional prengui una posició activa per fer front a aquests crims contra la humanitat que provoquen moltes víctimes, especialment dones i infants.

Afganistan és un estat signatari de l’Estatut de Roma, per tant, la Cort Penal Internacional ha d’aturar i jutjar aquests crims de guerra.

Des de Catalunya, les dones de tots els àmbits, exigim a la comunitat internacional que actuï decididament contra aquest règim destructor de persones.

VOLEM LLIBERTAT I UNA VIDA DIGNA PER A LA POBLACIÓ AFGANESA I, EN ESPECIAL, PER A LES DONES I LES SEVES FAMÍLIES.

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Program of the main event

Obertura de la sala de streaming de la manifestació CRIT PER LES DONES D'AFGANISTAN

Benvinguda i conducció de l'acte per part d’Antoni Bassas

Lectura del Manifest en defensa dels drets de les dones i la població de l'Afganistan:
català: Antoni Bassas, castellà: Rosa Montero, anglès: A. Bassas

L'afganesa Nadia Gulham, resident a Catalunya, dona el context

Testimonis:
des de Pakistan, des d’Agfanistan, interpretats per Clara Segura.
Antoni Bassas entrevista a una família afganesa, recent arribada

Poesia musicada a càrrec de Sílvia Bel i Lluís Llach

Cloenda a càrrec de:
Ada Colau, Alcadessa de Barcelona
Tània Verge, Consellera d’Igualtat i Feminismes de la Generalitat
Laura Borràs, Presidenta del Parlament de Catalunya

Comiat i fi de la manifestació per part d’Antoni Bassas

Afghan women we are with you

Messages from the participants

  • Molta força desde l'amor.
  • No esteu soles!
  • Coraje y libertad!
  • No esteu soles!
  • US ENVIO EL MEU CRIT PER AJUDAR A LA VOSTRA VEU
  • Sending love and hope
  • Desitjo de tot cor, posar el meu gra de sorra per portar molts somriures al seu cor
  • Cridem ben fort contra les injustícies!
  • No defalliu
  • Ens sumem a la lluita con a dones l
  • Guanyarem !!
  • Per vosaltres
  • Molta força, entereca i dignitat
  • Us en sortireu....!!!!
  • Lluitem per vosaltres i per els vostres desendents
  • Valor y fuerza. Estamos con vosotras.
  • Nunca dejéis de luchar.
  • Las mujeres unidas jamás serán vencidas
  • us necessitem!
  • No defalliu! Estem amb vosaltres!
  • I've never seen stronger women than you, keep the faith.
  • Endavant, sempre endavant!!!
  • Si ens toquen a una ens toquen a totes
  • No tinc paraules davant tanta barbarie.
  • Situació de vulnerabilitat extrema que no s’hauria de permetre mai!
  • Endavant. No defalliu. Estem amb vosaltres.
  • Molta sort
  • We are with you
  • Dones valentes no us deixeu trepitjar.
  • Keep fighting for your rights!
  • No esteu soles!
  • Ànims!
  • Molta llum i abraçades fratenals!
  • Som una única dona, som una mateixa persona.
  • Molta força per la vostra lluita fins la llibertat!
  • Monlta Força!!
  • Al final conseguiréis lo que os han arrebatado , sois unas Gladiadores. Animo y mucha fuerza desde España.
  • Força i dignitat.
  • Tots fem força!!!
  • Afganeses endevant,llibertat.
  • No esteu soles, anims.
  • Afganeses estem amb vosaltres
  • MOLTA FORÇA GERMANES !
  • Dines afganeses empodereuvos i accediu a la cultura i al treball tant vosaltres com les vostres filles.
  • Cap dona serà lliure mentre hi hagi dones sotmeses. No us abandonarem.
  • Si un país retorna al seu pitjor passat, com l'Afganistan al S. XXI tothom ho pot veure i per tant n'és responsable
  • Força i coratge!
  • No esteu soles i no defallirem per recolzar-vos i poder sortir de la dramàtica situació.
  • Som-hi!
  • We'll do our best to get you a chance for freedom
  • "La vostra lluita i coratge pot moure muntanyes"
  • No estais solas !!
  • El retorn dels talibans amenaça les afganeses, que ja vivien en un entorn opressiu mancat de drets fonamentals.
  • Sin nuestra voz el mundo seria otro!!! Fuerza y corage.
  • Ànim. Entre totes guanyarem.
  • Força
  • Al final vencereu....molta força!!!
  • Un sol món... Si toquen a una, ens afecta a totes!
  • Estem amb vosaltres. No caminarem soles!
  • ESTEM AMB VOSALTRES, NO US OBLIDEM I TREBALLAREM PERQUÈ NINGÚ HO FACI I PERQUÈ PODEU SER LLIURES COM A DONES
  • Estamos con vosotras!
  • ¡Estamos con vosotras!
  • us necessitem!
  • Afghan women and all Afghan people should know that this is not the end. Our minds are not used to loosing hope.
  • Una immensa i forta abraçada!
  • FREEDOM!!!! ❤️❤️❤️
  • Compteu amb nosaltres! No defalliu en la lluita contra els opressors!
  • No esteu soles. Sempre el vostre costat
  • Teneis todo nuestro apoyo
  • Entre totes ho podem aconseguir, som moltes i molt fortes.
  • DONES AFGANESES, ESTEM AMB VOSALTRES!! PER LA DIGNITAT DEL SER HUMA!!! NOSALTRES SOM VOSALTRES!!!!
  • Coratge i força per guanyar la llibertat
  • Perquè aquest malson que us obliguen a viure és inhumà, i totes ho sabem! Perquè us mereixeu un país i un tracte just!!!
  • Com a consellera de Recerca i Universitats denuncio que us apartin de les aules.No pararem fins que acabi tanta crueltat
  • Nos tenemos que hacer oír ….. el mundo no debe aceptar la violencia de género. Mi gran apoyo incondicional!!!
  • Pensant en totes vosaltres i sentint-nos impotents davant dels esdeveniments. Free Afghanistan.
  • Perquè tothom pugui decidir on viure i com viure en llibertat
  • Desde Andorra us enviem molts ànimsmomta força i molt amor!!!
  • Estem amb vosaltres. Una abraçada.
  • Molts ànims!!!
  • Ànims! Estem aquí
  • Mai ens faran callar, els fem por ????????♥️
  • No esteu soles! Farem tot el possible per ajudar-vos
  • Estem amb vosaltres, no defalliu!!!
  • With you and for you. For all of us, for future, for hope.
  • MUCHO CORAJE HERMANAS.ESTAMOS CON ISTEDES.????????
  • MOLTA FORÇA, estem amb vosaltres!!
  • ????????????
  • Seguirem lluitant amb vosaltres i per als nostres drets i per a les nostres llibertats!
  • Farem complir els drets humans
  • FORÇA, CORATGE, ENERGIA, ESPERANÇA, ... som moltes i estem amb vosaltres.
  • Les dones som el passat, el present i el futur!
  • us necessitem!
  • No esteu soles!
  • No ens callaran
  • Ànims
  • M'agradaria que no estiguéssiu soles i que tot acabi aviat com un malson.
  • Sou dones, sou fortes! Alceu-vos! Podeu!
  • us necessitem!

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