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„Femen“ Proteste in Weiss Russland, der Ukraine und Lettlan

November 11, 2011 12 Kommentare

In der Ukraine wurde vor allem protestiert, das während der Fussball Europa Meisterschaft, gezielt Bordelle und Prostituion ausgebaut werden, als Touristische Attraktion. Es gab hierüber sogar eine Deutsche TV Sendung.

Die stecken doch alle unter einer Decke!
Und genau das ist das Gute. Seit Monaten demonstrieren junge Menschen auf der ganzen Welt für eine gerechtere Gesellschaft. In den USA und Syrien, in England und Israel. Wir haben vier Aktivisten aus diesen Ländern zum Gespräch gebeten
[Image]Activists of the Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ perform during a protest against the politics of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, during a rally to protest against what they claim is the sex-tourism and trafficking of women from Ukraine, at Independence square in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, May 11, 2011. The Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ is an organization of the young women of the city of Kiev orientated to represent and defend the rights of women-students of the capital. (Efrem Lukatsky)
[Image]Activists of the Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ performs and shout anti-Lukashenko slogans protesting against his politics in Belarus during a rally at Independence square in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, May. 11, 2011. The poster reads ‚Put Lukashenko on the Rack!‘. The Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ is an organization of the young women of the city of Kiev oriented on the women-students of the capital. The main program of the movement is the national campaign against the sex tourism and women trafficking. (Efrem Lukatsky)
[Image]Activists of the Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ performs and shout anti-Lukashenko slogans protesting against his politics in Belarus during a rally at Independence square in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, May. 11, 2011. The poster reading ‚Crush a cockroach‘. The Women’s Movement ‚FEMEN‘ is an organization of the young women of the city of Kiev oriented on the women-students A depiction of Lukashenko is seen in the background. (Efrem Lukatsky)
[Image]Ukrainian police hold back activists from the women’s rights organization „Femen“ during a protest close to the site of the international donors conference to clean up the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Poster reads „Yanukovych is worse than radiation“. On April 26, Ukraine marks the 25th anniversary of the fatal explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. (Ukrafoto)
[Image]Ukrainian activists from the group Femen protest Iran’s treatment of women during the opening of Iranian Culture Days in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010. (Sergei Chuzavkov)
[Image]Activists of the Ukrainian Women’s Movement „FEMEN“ shout protests in front of the Iranian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, against the death penalty given to Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, a mother of two children, who was sentenced to death by stoning in Iran on charges of adultery. (Sergei Chuzavkov)
[Image]In this photo taken on Thursday, July 15, 2010, police detain activists of the local FEMEN women’s rights watchdog as they protest against the regular summer switch off of hot water in the city in downtown Kiev, Ukraine. A group of young activists is gaining popularity here for staging topless protests that involve sexually charged gestures, obscene slogans and scuffles with security guards and police. Often, the point seems to be just getting naked.
[Image]Members of the activist group Femen protest at what they see as the manipulation of the democratic system at a polling station in Kiev, Ukraine, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010. The signs read „The War Begins Here“ and „Stop Raping the Country.“ (Mikhail Metzel)

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