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iciHaiti - Social : FIHA protests against the song «Lave Latchaw»
13/09/2018 09:10:51

iciHaiti - Social : FIHA protests against the song «Lave Latchaw»
The Association Influence Woman Haiti (FIHA), concerned with the promotion and protection of women's rights, protests against the degrading manifestations of the image of women heavily tainted by certain songs, commercials and some artists. The latest, is this song tinged with saucy words "Lave Latchaw", broadcast on the airwaves of several broadcasting stations, in open spaces, vans among others...

FIHA welcomes the alert given by some civil society actors, and more particularly the people of good will who have expressed frustration over the violation of women's rights.

The Association asks the National Council of Telecommunications (CONATEL) to take adequate measures to regulate the broadcasting on radio stations, public and private television channels as well as on the print media and billboards, the information or advertisements that devalue the image of the Haitian woman. And that by setting in motion, the provisions of the Laws governing the matter.

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