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Journée internationale de la femme Redéfinir l’autonomisation des femmes dans le

Karen Colville Posted: march 5, 2021 / Modified: march 5, 2021
Journée internationale de la femme Redéfinir l’autonomisation des femmes dans le
International Women’s Day
Redefining women’s empowerment in arts and culture.
Karen Colville, Canadian Artist, Designer
Journée internationale de la femme
Redéfinir l’autonomisation des femmes dans les arts et la culture.
Karen Colville, artiste canadienne, designer

Je dédie cette tapisserie contemporaine à la princesse Latifa, princesse
Shamsa des Émirats Arabes Unis. Dans l’égalité, la diversité et le développement durable, la fonction sociale d’un tissu à l’heure actuelle, je rejoins une longue lignée de femmes qui ont transformé l’Histoire des arts domestiques en expression politique et donne une voix internationale aux femmes, la résilience et redéfinir nos rôles dans le tissu de la société des femmes du monde. Qu’est-ce que l’amour, l’amour dur et ce qui est abus dans chaque cas individuel.
Le traitement des femmes dans le passé physiquement, émotionnellement, spirituelle et financière.
L’infrastructure y est construite, il est maintenant temps que les droits de l’homme deviennent une réalité. Priveleges pour certains et non pour d’autres car les droits fondamentaux de l’homme doivent être de meilleures normes.
J’ai réalisé mon rêve de visiter les Émirats arabes unis, de voir Mosaics. Islamic art et une société nouvellement construite depuis que je suis une petite fille, de voir le désert s’épanouir, et les changements environnementaux comme allant dans l’avenir, Masdar, ville solaire à la mémoire de Zayed. J’ai senti à l’époque, voici l’occasion de travailler avec des gens d’une culture ancienne, et de voir le développement économique.

Dans les pays en développement, où l’investissement mondial est recherché, les droits de l’homme semblent être les derniers sur la liste des réalisations. Je veux m’exprimer, avec ma liberté d’expression, même si je n’arrive qu’à quelques personnes, sur l’importance
Droits de l’homme, tout au long de l’histoire et dans l’avenir. Je ne suis pas en mesure de critiquer et ce n’est pas la critique, c’est un rapport et Vlog, gouvernement, je sais la différence entre le bien et le mal.

Je suis un artiste visuel, designer, et la mondialisation s’avère être très complexe.

Les Émirats arabes unis ont été le premier pays pour moi en tant qu’artiste émergent à être en mesure de montrer mon travail à un public international, et de faire l’expérience de personnes de différents arrière-pays et la foi.
Les femmes doivent avoir les bases pour avoir une carrière, être dans de meilleures positions de pouvoir, élever une famille.







I dedicate this contemporary tapestry at this time a work in progress to Princess Latifa, Princess
Shamsa of the uae. In equality, diversity and sustainable development, a fabric’s social function in present day, I join a long line of women who have turned the History of domestic arts into political expression and gives an international voice to women, Resilience and redefining our roles in the fabric of society women of the world. What is love, tough love and what is abuse in every individual case.
The treatment of Women in the past physically, emotionally, spiritual and financial.
The infrastructure is built there, now it is time for human rights to become a reality. Priveleges for some and not for others as basic human rights must be better standards.
I fulfilled my dream to visit the uae, to see Mosaics. Islamic art and a newly built society since I was a little girl, to see the desert flourish, and the environmental changes as going into the future, Masdar, Solar city in the memory of Zayed. I felt at the time, here is opportunity to work with people of an ancient culture, and to see economic development.
In developing countries, where global investment is sought, Human Rights seem to be the last on the list of accomplishment. I want to express myself, with my freedom of speech, even I only reach a few people, on the importance
Of human rights, throughout history and into the future. I am not in the position to criticize and this is not criticism it is a report and Vlog, Government, I do know the difference between right and wrong.
I am an Visual Artist, Designer, and Globalization is proving to be very complex.

The uae was the first country for myself as an emerging Artist to be able to show my work to an international audience, and to experience people of different back grounds and faith.
Women are to have the foundations to have a career, be in better positions of power, raise a family.



Any society, who consider themselves as global to attract investment, must consider human rights
Within their laws, with just laws that are fair to expats, and to their own people.
Changes to laws of Human Rights, international law are gradual.

Globalization is most often used in an economic context, but it also affects and is affected by politics and culture. In general, globalization has been shown to increase the standard of living in developing countries, but some analysts warn that globalization can have a negative effect on local or emerging economies and individual workers and when real estate investments go wrong.

Here our Charter is under challenges, our sovereignty, our freedom of religion, because of Global Authoritarian measures, while the elites are the few that benefit from their investments. The kinds of measures are steps backwards instead of forward. (Pictures) I first learned of the History of the Bedouin Women, needle workers, when I visited the uae, on embroidery exhibit, Islamic Embroidery in Nomadic and Urban Tradition, dating from the 17th to the 20th century that illuminate how the magnificent tradition of embroidery, carried on by urban, rural and nomadic women, sustained regional, tribal and family identities through its integration in communal activities, and how it evolved through the encounter of different cultures.
With Arts & Culture, AbuDhabi. I was a delegate at the French Embassy in AbuDhabi, representing
Canadian Arts and Culture, in a 40 year bilateral relationship, I also met the uae Minister of Environment while visiting our sustainable community gardens, in Vancouver, Canada on the subject of arts and environment in 2017, as a Canadian Artist.
Toute société, qui se considère comme mondiale pour attirer des investissements, doit tenir compte des droits de l’homme
Dans leurs lois, avec des lois justes qui sont justes pour les expatriés, et pour leur propre peuple.
Les modifications apportées aux lois des droits de l’homme, du droit international sont graduelles.

La mondialisation est le plus souvent utilisée dans un contexte économique, mais elle affecte aussi et est affectée par la politique et la culture. En général, il a été démontré que la mondialisation augmente le niveau de vie dans les pays en développement, mais certains analystes avertissent que la mondialisation peut avoir un effet négatif sur les économies locales ou émergentes et les travailleurs individuels et lorsque les investissements immobiliers tournent mal.

Ici, notre Charte est en cause, notre souveraineté, notre liberté de religion, à cause des mesures autoritaires mondiales, tandis que les élites sont les rares à bénéficier de leurs investissements. Les types de mesures sont des pas en arrière au lieu d’aller de l’avant.
J’ai appris pour la première fois l’histoire des femmes bédouines, des travailleurs de l’aiguille, lorsque j’ai visité les Émirats arabes unis, le
We are to be an evolved global society, instead we are slipping off the edge with a Globalist
Order, power and control, without respecting human lives and human rights.
Women and girls around the world are still married as children or trafficked into forced labor and sex slavery. Their marriages arranged to status of families. They are refused access to education and political participation, “Women's full and effective participation and decision-making in public life, as well as the elimination of violence, for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls”, Trauma based mind control, used by the Military, the Military industrial complex and intelligence agencies, mind control with abuse, being drugged against one’s will, caging, because a young girl dreamed of what it was like
To be independent and acted on it. This happens world wide, where Governments do not respect human rights.
Amnesty International “In November,  the uae revealed a major overhaul of its penal and civil codes,  which it says would modernize a number of elements tied to family and personal law,  and these are welcome steps.  However,  Amnesty International’s review of the texts of law available found that these do not apply to Emirati women,  creating a two-tier system for the treatment of women.
Princess Latifa recently reported she had been held hostage by her family
At an undisclosed location. For almost three years now.  Dubai and the uae must immediately ensure she is released and respect her freedom of movement.  Being deprived of air, being able to see outside a punishment that has
Continued for years. Human Rights report the uae of enforced disappearances, arbitrary detention, torture and the ill-treatment of domestic dissidents, as well as the UAE’s laws and practices that deem men the legal guardians of women and allow families to deprive women of their liberty. It also means that actions that are often consistent with abusive relationships – such as denying the right to marry, work, study or other restrictions on the movements of female relatives – may be considered within the bounds of their guardianship. Obtaining the freedom of two royal family members should only be the start of broader reforms to dismantle deeply entrenched discrimination against women in the uae that prevents them exercising basic human freedoms and rights.
In Canada, Many of these relate to the rights of Indigenous peoples, including violations of their right to safe drinking water, violence against Indigenous women and girls, and violations of the right to food in these com
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