Women rights

Hina Jillani
Posted April 14, 2020 from Pakistan

Hello Everyone..! Hope everyone safe at their homes.. Today, I am sharing with you my story.

I am living in a village of Pakistan. I have done Ms in computer Science. I worked a computer lecturer in for one year. I also worked as a digital Marketer. Now, I am doing work for women that are living in my village. They are not getting proper rights of education. In the village lots of women work in fields they don't even get proper food. 

People here not support their girls to go out even for job. I also did lots of efforts that I can  change mind of people. 

So, whats your opinion that how we can get proper rights.

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Hello, Hina,

You are a kind-hearted woman who empowers women in your community. It’s sad that girls are not supported to access proper education and as a result could not find a job.

On getting your rights, raising awareness is important. Women in your community should know what their rights are so they can be brave enough to reclaim them. But it’s easier said than done especially when it is going against a cultural norm. The more women come together, the stronger our voices are.

Hina Jillani
Apr 14
Apr 14

Hello Karen
Thank you for your kind word.
You are saying right that we have to unite to work together

You’re welcome, dear! Have a great day!

Tamarack Verrall
Apr 14
Apr 14

Dear Hina,
it is so good to learn more about you. Congrats on your studies, degree in and work in computer sciences. What good news that you are helping other women in your community. I hold onto the United nations Declaration of Human Rights that most of our countries belong to: The Universal Declaration begins by recognising that 'the inherent dignity of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world'. It declares that human rights are universal – to be enjoyed by all people, no matter who they are or where they live. I also hold onto that there is no reason for any of this discrimination toward and violence toward women and girls, apart from that the message is given generation to generation, and that it was not always this way, even though we are told it was always "the culture". Here we are working together for change, for every woman and girl on this earth. Have you been in touch with some of the other brave sisters here from your country? If you click on "community"/filter and put in your Country, the members from Pakistan will be there, from latest joined back to long time members. Take care dear sister and stay in touch. We are in this together.

Hina Jillani
Apr 15
Apr 15

Thank you so much for your kind words..

Anita Shrestha
Apr 15
Apr 15

Thank you for sharing

Thelma obani 2020
Apr 15
Apr 15

Congratulations on your studies. Keep winning and thanks for all that you do. Stay strong and safe

Hina Jillani
Apr 15
Apr 15

Thank you Thelma..

dpedraza
Apr 21
Apr 21

Hi Hina,
I have to say that what you are doing is really inspiring and it is already helping the community to gain proper rights. You are setting up an example that I can assure you others will follow.

Fabiola Estrada
May 20
May 20

Hi Hina,
I must say that you are an inspiring and brave person. My opinion is that you should continue with what you are doing so far. Talking to them, showing them all things they can do and learn. Realizing that they can do anything with effort and dedication, and with lots and lots of strength to face the negativity that comes along.

I agree to what all have said so far. Women must work together, unite voices to be heard more and more. Sometimes you will meet women wanting to continue as before, without learning new things. You may feel frustration, but that is when you must have more strength, because it is really just fear of change, to express themselves. I send you many good vibes and support from Mexico. One day you will turn around and see a large number of united women fighting for their rights and for the freedom to be what they want to be.

Hina Jillani
May 26
May 26

Hello Fabiola
Hope you are safe and sound.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful and encouraging thoughts..

otahelp
Jul 10
Jul 10

Dear Hina,

this your short story is really captured the essence of your thoughts. Women need to know their rights and you are in the right track. educating them to know their right is the way to go. thank you for this wonderful thoughts to empower the women of your community. do not give up