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More than three million women formed an over 600-km long unbroken human chain ‘Vanitha Mathil’ (Women’s Wall) on Tuesday linking Kasargode in North Kerala to Ayyanakali square near the Governor’s residence in Thiruvananthapuram, to defend gender justice and values of renaissance in the society. Men formed another human chain parallel to the Women’s Wall throughout the state in solidarity.
Positive TV is delighted to be working with Samantha Rife on this important documentary and campaign Reclaim Motherhood.
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In a society that values productivity above all else, motherhood is discussed in economic terms, and a mother’s worth is often limited as a result; media’s use of terms like “work-family balance,” “maternal wall,” and “motherhood penalty” show how motherhood is only addressed in the context of commerce. We give motherhood plenty of lip service, but at the end of the day, we don’t extend moms the same respect we would a professor, a dentist, an accountant or a judge.
Natalie and Kim, the Ellis sisters who run the Eco and ethical brand The Joinery have been receiving praise this week at Cape Towns Fashion week.
Ethical consciousness is at the heart of everything The Joinery does.
They believe in being kind to the planet, transparent about their products and fair to their producers and suppliers.
The Joinery is a sustainable, ethical, fashion and lifestyle brand, striving for a high-end design aesthetic with an African conscience.
Their clothing, accessories and bespoke products are produced by sewing cooperatives, and artisans based in and around the townships of Cape Town. They strive to use organic, certified cotton, Tencel, Linen and Hemp fabrics where possible, and fibres that are grown without the use of toxic pesticides and synthetic fertilisers.
Positive TV are excited to be working along side Big C tv for live broadcast shows every Monday 11.11 Pst.
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When we are confronted with issues of sexuality, we often times feel uncomfortable talking about or sharing with others what it is we believe and/ or feel. Our western society has brought most of us up to believe that it’s taboo to speak of, or feel any urges or thoughts of what might be considered unhealthy even nasty.
Women and men experience conflict in different ways and therefore understand peace in different ways.
The world is continuing to hear about the desperate situation of many women in conflict zones, in refugee camps and in societies which continue to exclude women and girls from everyday life outside the home. In conflict zones, women and girls are vulnerable to sexual slavery, rape and other forms of gender-based violence, with little prospect of escape. Women are also disproportionately represented in the world’s refugee population, which, for women refugees is compounded by the vulnerability of being female in addition to losing statehood and access to critical healthcare and education.