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‘Patriarchal’: Women rights activists slam family resilience bill

first_imgHowever, many female activists lambasted the article, calling it “patriarchal in nature.”Mutiara Ika Pratiwi of women’s rights group Perempuan Mahardhika said the proponents only tried to deflect the fact that the whole bill would interfere with a family’s private life.“[The article] is a deception because the bill’s spirit is to control families,” Mutiara said. “According to the International Labour Organization [ILO] convention, the spirit of true maternity rights is not for family resilience. Maternity rights should be provided for the fulfillment of basic women’s rights.”Read also: Indonesia’s family resilience bill says housekeeping wife’s duty Indonesian Breastfeeding Association (AIMI) chairperson Nia Umar called the bill “very weird” as provisions on maternity leave have always been part of the Manpower Law because the regulation for such leave is directed at employers.“How will you enforce the regulation if it’s included in the family resilience bill?” said Nia.Frenia Nababan of the Mother and Child Health Movement (GKIA) said the bill excluded females from working as “factory workers, media workers and other jobs.”“Women working in informal sectors are always the ones facing difficulties when they want to take maternity leave,” Frenia said.“Since its conception, this bill covers areas that are considered private, as it wants to manage Indonesian’s family lives. However, each family has their own way of handling their own problems. We don’t need government intervention or new regulations,” she went on to say.The family resilience bill has been initiated by five politicians from several factions in the House of Representatives – three of whom are women. It has been included in the 2020 National Legislation Program (Prolegnas).Topics : A controversial bill on family resilience includes a provision of six months of paid maternity leave for female workers, but only for those working in government offices, regional administrations, and state-owned or region-owned enterprises.Article 29 of the draft bill, a copy of which has been obtained by The Jakarta Post, stipulates that the aforementioned offices are obligated to give female workers their right to “get maternity leave for six months without losing their right to salary and position.”Other points in the article also obligate offices to provide daycare centers for children, as well as lactation rooms for female workers to breastfeed.last_img read more

U17 World Cup: Mali, Nigeria set up all-African finale

first_imgNigeria and Mali have set up an all-African final at the ongoing 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.Both teams won their respective semis on Thursday.Mali, African champions, have reached the final of the for the first time ever after coming from behind to defeat Belgium in the first semi. Dante Rigo gave the Europeans the lead on 16 minutes before Boubacar Traore leveled with a sublime effort on 22 minutes. Sidiki Maiga gave the Eaglets the lead ten minutes after the break and Sekou Koita wrapped up the win in the 85th minute.A game later, Nigeria joined them after defeating Mexico 4-2 . The Mexicans dominated the opening half hour, and deservedly took the lead after just seven minutes through a Kevin Magana snap shot from close range.However after wasting a couple of glorious chances, the Nigerians made them pay when skipper Kelechi Nwakali equalised with a well-struck free kick from just outside the area in the 35th minute. A stunning shot from distance ensured Orji Okonkwo gave the reigning champions the lead in the 43rd minute. After the break a magical solo run from Diego Coates ended with the Mexican pulling his team level on the hour mark.Parity lasted just seven minutes before Osinachi Ebere restored Nigeria\’s lead with a powerful angled shot that the goalkeeper got his hand to but could not keep out.Top striker Victor Osimhen then capped the lead from the spot on 83 minutes to become one of three joint-top scorers in the competition’s history. He ties France’s Sinama Pongolle (2001) and Cote d’Ivoire’s Souleymane Coulibaly (2011) with nine goals. He however has a chance to go one better against Mali in the final.It is the second all-African final in the tournament’s history, with Nigeria also involved in the first in 1993 when they beat Ghana 2-1 in Japan.Nigeria, who are the defending champions, have a chance to win their fifth title and pull two clear of the closest rivals. For Mali it is a chance to win their first title in the competition. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

HARPS GO DOWN 0-2 TO CHAMPIONS LONGFORD IN FINAL GAME OF SEASON

first_imgFinn Harps went down to champions Longford Town in their final game of the season this afternoon at Finn Park.Longford missed a number of chances before David O’Sullivan rose highest form a free-kick to make it 0-1 on the half hour.Despite being outplayed for spells, Harps were given the perfect opportunity to draw level in the 68th minute when they were awarded a penalty when Pat McCann as impeded inside the area. However Town goalkeeper Bennion did enough to save from Sean McCarron.Long made just of the points ten minutes later when Mark Salmon scored from inside the area.Longford go up and harps will be left to ponder how a season, which started quite brightly, fell away from them.  HARPS GO DOWN 0-2 TO CHAMPIONS LONGFORD IN FINAL GAME OF SEASON was last modified: October 12th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:finn harpsFinn ParkLongford Townlast_img read more