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Anti-Rape Protest 5

More than 100 angry Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University students took their fight against rape to the streets.
The march followed the rape of two students last week.
Some of the marchers removed their tops.
The angry students also called for the resignation of NMMU’s head of protection services, Derek Huebsch, before Friday.
They said should Huebsch not resign they would not return to class even if mediation processes between the university and students protesting over fees were successful.
Among their demands, students want rape cases to be prioritised, their safety on and off campus guaranteed, and improved relationships between students and the university’s communications department.
Addressing the crowd at the Madiba Shirt statue on the south campus, student march leader Nobathembu Koko, 23, said the media had not been invited and no hype was created around the march on social media as it would be a public relations exercise and a campaign.
Whereas rape is not a once-off campaign,” she said.
The policies the university had in place did not speak to the needs of students.
The marching students were accompanied by some NMMU staff members and a handful of male counterparts.
The group walked along University Way singing struggle songs, carrying placards which read “When will you get it?”, “NO means No”, “Don’t tell me how to dress, tell them not to rape” and “My short skirt is not an invitation to rape”, among others.
On reaching the admission block on the north campus, the group sat down in silence before demanding to see management.
University spokeswoman Debbie Derry responded to the students, saying she understood their hurt as a woman and a mother.
Rhodes University yesterday turned into a war zone with brutal clashes between police and students following a university announcement of extraordinary security measures it intended implementing during exams.
Shots rang out, stun grenades exploded and a thick pall of teargas hung over the campus.
Rocks, broken bottles and shotgun shells littered the university’s pavements and streets.
Several people were arrested and injured during the clashes.
Rhodes journalism lecturer Brian Garman was shot in the arm while urging students into the department building.
The security measures that sparked yesterday’s clashes included body searches, locking students down for the duration of the exam and an insistence students report to venues an hour early to undergo security checks.

In East London, 10 University of Fort Hare students – arrested after disrupting lectures at the East London campus on Monday – appeared in the East London Magistrate’s court yesterday.
The students, including two SRC members, are facing charges of intimidation and also a violation of a court interdict.

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More than 1,000 people turned out Wednesday evening at Place Émilie-Gamelin in downtown Montreal for a rally to denounce “rape culture.”
Other rallies were planned throughout the province.
A statement posted on the website of the Fédération des femmes du Québec (FFQ) said the demonstrations were in response to recent reports of alleged sexual assaults.
The protesters are demanding an end to violence against women and the criminalization of the victims, while encouraging them to come forward.
Afterward, the demonstrators marched through the streets.
A concert was scheduled to take place at Club Soda after the demonstration at Place Émilie-Gamelin.

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Following the vicious attack of a woman and rape of a 5-year-old girl, Bangladesh’s largest women’s rights group is launching a “resistance movement” to stop violence against women and children.
Ayesha Khanam, president of the 150,000-member Bangladesh Mahila Parishad (Bangladesh Women’s Council), told BenarNews it decided that such a movement was necessary to shine a light on a series of recent brutal attacks.
“You see a bad boy in Sylhet who mercilessly hacked Khadiza Begum Nargis for turning down his proposal,” she told BenarNews, referring to a spurned suitor who attacked Nargis, a student at Sylhet Government Women’s College, with a machete on Oct. 3.
Local goons in Mirpur this month attacked two sisters in two spells, beat them mercilessly and broke the leg of one of them. Also this month, a 5-year-old girl was kidnapped, beaten and raped in Dinajpur. This means women and children have been the targets across the country,” Khanam said.
Badrul Alam, a leader of the ruling party’s student wing and an economics student at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology in Sylhet, in northeastern Bangladesh, hacked Nargis after she had turned down his love proposal.
A bystander filmed the attack and posted it on Facebook. The video went viral, prompting people across the country to rally to demand punishment.
On Oct. 4, Rezaus Sattar, a neurosurgeon at the Square hospital in Dhaka, told reporters that Nargis’ survival chance ranged between 5 percent and 10 percent because she had sustained several deep head wounds and serious cuts to her hands as she tried to fend off the machete blows.
Doctors now say that her condition is stable, her father told BenarNews.
“Wednesday night, she has been shifted to the general ward from the dependency ward. My daughter called me father. She is taking liquid foods. But we are worried whether she will get her full memory back,” Mashuk Miah said.
“What was her fault that she should be hacked in this way,” the father asked.
Alam is in jail, but has not been charged.
“He will face punishment no matter which party he belongs to. He may be our activist, but he must get punishment. We do not believe in sheltering any criminals,” Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal told BenarNews.
Law Minister Anisul Huq told BenarNews that the government planned to fast-track the case against Alam.
He will be tried in the speedy tribunal for his heinous crimes,” Huq said. “All sensational cases of attacks on women and children will be referred to the speedy tribunal.”
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The ministry of women and children, meanwhile, has been operating one-stop crisis centers offering treatment, protection and training for victims at government hospitals in Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Sylhet and Barisal, Rangpur and Faridpur districts. The victims of torture, rape and other serious human rights abuses are sheltered at the centers.
According to figures from the centers, 22,386 victims have been treated between 2001 and 2015. The centers, with the support of NGOs dedicated to women’s rights, filed more than 5,000 cases against the perpetrators, and 101 criminals have been punished.
Shahidul Islam, an independent researcher in social policy, told BenarNews that attacks and rapes of women and girls occur frequently.
“Why? This is happening due to unrest brewing in society. The sense of impunity has taken root inside our society. When someone is not punished for committing serious crimes, the instances encourage others to violate laws,” Islam said.
“We saw in the past that ruling party men were not punished for violent activities. So this is natural for Alam to think that nothing would happen.
Social media is helping change people’s responses to such attacks, Islam said.
People in thousands take to the street, demanding punishment of the perpetrators. If the video of the hacking was not on Facebook, I would say nothing would have happened to Alam,” he said.
Khanam said customs in Bangladesh had changed for the worse.
A culture of impunity, absence of good governance and rule of law, and society’s negative attitudes are the leading causes of such brutal attacks on women. A decade ago, boys used to go to girls with flowers; now they go with pistols and machetes. This is so sad,” she said.

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