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Breaking the Silence: French Women's Voices from the Ghetto - Fadela Amara, Sylvia Zappi, Helen Chenut, Helen Chenut
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[SR: 1136290], Paperback, [EAN: 9780520246218], University of California Press, University of California Press, Book, [PU: University of California Press], University of California Press, Born in France of Algerian parents, Fadela Amara is a human rights activist who speaks with both a personal and a collective voice. This book is a passionate account of her struggle to found the movement called “Ni Putes Ni Soumises” (Neither Whore Nor Submissive), aimed at shattering the law of silence about violence against women within French suburban communities. The questions Amara raises are part of a broader agenda to open contemporary French society to greater ethnic and cultural diversity. These issues also pose problems of national identity and the defense of secularism for the state.As France increasingly confronts such tensions and the emergence of Islamic movements, French cities face problems of unemployment, racial and ethnic discrimination, and violence. Amara's eloquent call for social and gender equality underscores a host of interconnected issues, including France's colonial past and the degradation of the suburbs into ghettos that have progressively marginalized immigrant and working-class communities. Amara and her co-workers have challenged the French Republic's leaders using a strategy that champions republican secular values and stresses the language of universalism to advance individual rights. Women's rights are human rights, they argue, thus casting their demands for equality in terms of a broader struggle for democratic freedoms. Moving, candid, and timely, Breaking the Silence created a sensation when it was published in France. Fadela Amara is currently State Minister for Urban Affairs, charged with the rehabilitation of the very ghettos she describes.

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Born in France of Algerian parents, Fadela Amara is a human rights activist who speaks with both a personal and a collective voice. This book is a passionate account of her struggle to found the movement called ?Ni Putes Ni Soumises" (Neither Whore Nor Submissive), aimed at shattering the law of silence about violence against women within French suburban communities. The questions Amara raises are part of a broader agenda to open contemporary French society to greater ethnic and cultural diversity. These issues also pose problems of national identity and the defense of secularism for the state.As France increasingly confronts such tensions and the emergence of Islamic movements, French cities face problems of unemployment, racial and ethnic discrimination, and violence. Amara's eloquent call for social and gender equality underscores a host of interconnected issues, including France's colonial past and the degradation of the suburbs into ghettos that have progressively marginalized immigrant and working-class communities. Amara and her co-workers have challenged the French Republic's leaders using a strategy that champions republican secular values and stresses the language of universalism to advance individual rights. Women's rights are human rights, they argue, thus casting their demands for equality in terms of a broader struggle for democratic freedoms. Moving, candid, and timely, Breaking the Silence created a sensation when it was published in France african-american studies,civil rights,civil rights and liberties,elections and political process,europe,european,france,gender studies,history,human rights Human Rights, University of California Press

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Women's Rights and Human Rights in Comtemporary France Offers an account of the author's struggle to found the movement called 'Ni Putes Ni Soumises', aimed at shattering the law of silence about violence against women within French suburban communities. This book raises questions that are part of a broader agenda to open contemporary French society to greater ethnic and cultural diversity. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-520-24621-8, University Press Group Ltd

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Breaking the Silence: French Women's Voices from the Ghetto
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Amara, Fadela

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Breaking the Silence: French Women's Voices from the Ghetto

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This is a an analysis of the position of Muslim women in France, who are discriminated against both in their communities and in larger French culture.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520246218
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520246217
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
179 Pages
Poids: 0,227 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780520246218

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