Freundeskreis Umoja - Friends of Umoja e.V.

06 Jul 2015
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Freude in Afrika

Freude in Afrika

Am 03. Juli 2015 fand die Gründungsversammlung des Freundeskreises Umoja e.V. statt. Hierzu hat die Neuss-Grevenbroicher Zeitung berichtet (Artikel zum Vergrößern anklicken):

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Vereinsgruendung

Rebecca Lolosoli und ihr Sohn Tom wurden bereits informiert und freuen sich sehr mit uns:

Dear Rebecca,
Dear Tom,
with great pleasure I can report that yesterday, July 3rd, 2015 the founding assembly took place and the club has been founded.
Now it will take a couple of weeks until all legal required registration issues are completed. This is a milestone!
I will keep you updated.
Yours Sincerely
Ise

Dear Ise
This is big news and a new beginning for UUWG through Friends of Umoja. With big pleasure we rejoice. I shall inform UUWG members.
Thanks
Tom

29 Mai 2015
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16.05.2015 NGZ

16.05.2015 NGZ

Am 16.05.2015 berichtete die Neuß-Grevenbroicher Zeitung über die beabsichtigte Vereinsgründung:

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29 Mai 2015
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Presseberichte über Umoja und Rebecca Lolosoli

Süddeutsche Zeitung – Magazin
Endlich Respekt zeigen
von Simone Kosog
aus Heft 41/2012
hier lesen

Gofeminin
‚Mama Mutig‘: Wie ich das erste Frauendorf Afrikas gründete
von Sabrina Först
20.06.2012
hier lesen

Washington Post
A Place Where Women Rule
By Emily Wax
Washington Post Foreign Service
Saturday, July 9, 2005
(englisch) hier lesen

29 Mai 2015
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Vital Voices Global Partnership über Rebecca Lolosoli

Hochgeladen am 12.03.2010

Rebecca Lolosoli is the recipient of the Vital Voices 2010 Fern Holland Global Leadership Award. The Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards honor and celebrate women leaders who are working to strengthen democracy, increase economic opportunity and protect human rights around the world.

Throughout her life, Rebecca would witness the violence that stemmed from certain practices of her Samburu culture sometimes in her own home, at the hands of her own family. She stood up in front of the village elders and asked that they put an end to violent customs and that they provide protection to women who had endured domestic abuse and rape. Rebecca raised her voice so loudly that she was beaten for it. Her in-laws decided she was an embarrassment, and everyone around her tried to silence her appeals; to remind her of her place. In the end, she decided to leave violence behind and to seek out a better life. With fifteen other women survivors from her area in the Samburu region of northern Kenya, she formed a new village; a womens village, a safe haven for women fleeing violence or persecution. They called this village Umoja, which means unity.

29 Mai 2015
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14.10.2014 – Bonner Generalanzeiger

14.10.2014 - Bonner Generalanzeiger

„Mama Mutig präsentiert Autobiografie“
Unter diesem Titel berichtete Sarah Mutz im Bonner Generalanzeiger über Rebecca Lolosoli.
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