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人民网两次报道白丝带工作

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人民网英文版一天两次报道白丝带工作

2016年11月18日,人民网英文频道记者姜洁采访了中国白丝带志愿者第四次年会,当天发表两篇稿件,向全世界读者介绍白丝带工作。

 

White Ribbon to offer group counseling for domestic abusers in 2017

http://en.people.cn/n3/2016/1118/c90000-9143776.html

 

White Ribbon campaign launches film festival in effort to combat domestic violence

http://en.people.cn/n3/2016/1118/c90000-9143819.html

 

下面是志愿者宋旭琦翻译的中文稿。

 


 


 

2017年 白丝带将为国内施暴者提供团体咨询服务

 

未来的一年里,中国白丝带志愿者将为在家庭暴力中施暴的一方提供团体心理咨询服务。

十一月十八日在北京举行了第四届中国白丝带志愿者网络年会,中华全国妇女联合会权益部部长高莎薇在给大会的信上表示:2017年,中国白丝带志愿者网络将会是为施暴者提供咨询服务的重要一员。

成立于2013年的白丝带志愿者网络致力于通过宣传倡导、咨询和教育等形式,让男性终止家庭暴力。

来自北京林业大学的著名性学家,白丝带网络的发起人方刚说:“有时候也会有施暴者打我们的热线来寻求帮助。事实上,第一个求助电话就是来自于一名男性施暴者。”方刚还提到,家暴的根本原因是是因为男性较强的控制欲。

对应着方刚的阐述,联合国人口基金的项目负责任人文华,在大会上表示,呼吁男性参与到反暴力的活动中,是对调整社会规范至关重要的一步,尤其是在当下还是以男权为主导的几个亚洲国家。

来自上海的白丝带网络志愿者,同时也是一名心理咨询师的张智慧,补充到:施暴者也会因为暴力伤害到自己的亲密关系。

“施暴者通常比较自卑软弱,并且没有良好的问题处理方法。他们总是难以控制自己的火爆脾气。因此,针对施暴者的团体心理咨询项目就是鼓励施暴的一方意识到自我价值,并且学会控制愤怒的情绪”,北京林业大学心理学系的副主任丁新华说到。

志愿者网络与中华全国妇女联合会在推进性别平等方面有着共同的目标,这一点得到了高女士的高度肯定。并且,她为志愿者网络这几年的快速发展而感到高兴。

大会上公布的数据表明,截至十月份,志愿者网络已经拥有了超过1480名登记在册的志愿者,并且在中国36个城市建立了咨询服务站。目前的志愿者团体相比去年壮大了1.45倍。2017年更有望达到3000人。2015年,除了100多次的面对面咨询服务外,志愿者们还通过白丝带热线提供了400多次咨询。针对那些遭受或亲眼目睹家庭暴力的受害者们的团体辅导小组也建立起来了。

方刚指出,侧重于提供咨询服务是中国白丝带运动的特点。在年会上,中国白丝带志愿者网络与出席会议的澳大利亚大使共同承诺,将为在中国的西北地区――新疆维吾尔自治区、青海省以及甘肃省培训150多个心理咨询师进行家庭暴力咨询辅导的能力。

一位遭遇父亲家暴的匿名受助者也到了现场,她是白丝带团辅小组的成员,她说:“在和经历家暴的受害者们接触后,通过白丝带组织的互助小组与同样经历家暴的其他人接触后,我释放了自己从前那种不知所措的孤独感。现在,我终于意识到,我不是社会上的一个污点,也完全不需要因为发生在我身上的这些事而感到自责。我应该得到尊重和保护。” 

她还进一步补充表示:“幸亏得到了咨询帮助,我才知道,如果性别平等观念能够更进一步地深入人心,我曾经得到那些遭遇都不会发生了。幸运地是,我现在也是一名母亲了,我能够保证我的历史不会在我孩子身上重演。”

白丝带运动起源于1991时的加拿大,当时有14位女性被一名男子所杀害。这项运动由一群加拿大男性发起,他们利用白色丝带来传递着哀悼和悲痛,同时还承诺,坚决反对对女性的暴力行为。白丝带运动已经在六十多个国家传播开来了,已经成为最浩大的反暴力侵害女性的男性运动了。 

 

 


 


 

 

反对家庭暴力的白丝带电影节正式启动

 

十一月十八日,白丝带运动宣布在中国启动白丝带电影节项目。一些涉及家暴问题的电影将会在电影节上放映。这些电影将会在中国29个城市的白丝带志愿者网络服务站连续放映,这其中不仅有北京上海等大都市,还包括新疆维吾尔自治区的哈密这些地级市。

来自北京林业大学的著名性学家,同时也是中国白丝带志愿者网络的建立者方刚表示,他们精心挑选了六十多部电影作品。一些例如《消失的爱人》、《白丝带》、《可爱的骨头》以及《断背山》等著名电影的名字也都在放映清单上。

“电影其实也是一种重要的反对家庭暴力的媒介形式。”联合国人口基金驻华代表处副代表彭炯还说:“让我们借助电影来打破沉默。”

成立于2013年的中国白丝带志愿者网络,致力于号召男性参与到终结家庭暴力的队伍中来。第一次白丝带运动于1991年加拿大展开,当时有1位男性杀害了14名女性。这项运动由一群加拿大男性发起,他们利用白色丝带来传递着哀悼和悲痛,同时还承诺,坚决反对对女性的暴力行为。白丝带运动已经在六十多个国家传播开来了,已经成为最浩大的反暴力侵害女性的男性运动了。


 


 

附:英文原文

 

 

White Ribbon to offer group counseling for domestic abusers in 2017

By Jiang Jie (People's Daily Online)    16:28, November 18, 2016


 

(Photo: Jiang Jie/People's Daily Online)

 

In the coming year, the White Ribbon campaign in China will begin to offer group  counseling services for abusers in situations of domestic violence. 

 

The China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) will join in, as one important group  to offer counseling for abusers in 2017, said All-China Women’s Federation director  Gao Shawei in a letter addressed to the 4th China White Ribbon Volunteers Network  Annual Meeting, held in Beijing on Nov. 18. 

 

Founded in 2013, CWRVN is devoted to engaging men in the fight to end domestic  violence, using advocacy, counseling and education. 

 

“Abusers sometimes also call our hotline to seek help. In fact, the first counseling  call was from a male abuser,” said Fang Gang, the founder of the network and a famous  sex researcher from Beijing Forestry University (BFU). Fang noted that it is hegemonic  masculinity that leads to the demonstration of violence in the first place. 

 

Echoing Fang, Wen Hua, a program officer with the United Nations Population Fund, told  the meeting that it is crucial to call for male participation in the campaign, and to  restructure social norms, which are currently permissive toward hegemonic masculinity  in several countries in Asia. 

 

Zhang Zhihui, a psychological consultant and also a Shanghai-based volunteer with the  network, added that abusers have often been victims first. 

 

“Abusers are usually self-abased and weak in communication and problem-solving skills.  They also tend to have trouble controlling their tempers. For this reason, group  counseling for abusers encourages participants to realize their value and work on anger  management, as well as strengthen communication skills,” said Ding Xinhua, vice dean  of psychology at BFU. 

 

Gao gave a great deal of credit to the network, which she said shared the same goal of  promoting gender equality as the All-China Women’s Federation. She also said she was  delighted by the rapid development of the network in just a few years. 

 

According to figures released at the annual meeting, the network has more than 1,480  registered volunteers as of October, and has set up service stations in 36 Chinese  cities. The current body of volunteers has grown 145 percent from last year. It is  expected to be close to 3,000 by 2017. The group offered more than 400 counseling  sessions via their White Ribbon hotline in 2015, in addition to more than 100 in-person  counseling sessions. Numerous support groups for victims or witnesses of domestic  violence are also available. 

 

Fang pointed out that the focus on counseling is characteristic of the White Ribbon  campaign in China. At the meeting, CWRVN, together with the Australian Embassy, pledged  to offer more support to 150 psychology consultants in northwestern China’s Xinjiang  Uyghur Autonomous Region, Qinghai province and Gansu province. 

 

“I felt relief from my overwhelming loneliness after group counseling with White  Ribbon, and after meeting other people who suffered from domestic violence. Now I  finally realize that I am not a stain on society, and I am not to blame for what  happened. I deserve to be respected and helped,” said an anonymous recipient of White  Ribbon services who suffered from violence at the hands of her father. 

 

“Thanks to the counseling, I know that everything I’ve been through could have been  prevented if more progress on gender equality were made. Luckily, as a mother myself, I  can now guarantee that my story will not repeat itself in my child’s life,” she  added. 

 

The White Ribbon campaign originated in Canada in 1991, after 14 women were killed by a  man. The campaign was launched by a group of Canadian men, utilizing the white ribbon  as symbol of mourning, who pledged opposition to violence against women. The campaign  has since spread to more than 60 countries, and has become the largest men’s movement  to prevent violence against women.  

 


White Ribbon campaign launches film festival in effort to combat domestic violence

By Jiang Jie (People's Daily Online)    18:18, November 18, 2016


 

(Volunteer representatives from 29 cities present poster for the White Ribbon Film  Festival in Beijing on Nov. 18. Photo: Jiang Jie/People's Daily Online)

 

 

The White Ribbon campaign announced on Nov. 18 the launch of a film festival in China.  The festival will feature films dealing with issues of domestic violence. They will be  screened at service stations of the China White Ribbon Volunteers Network (CWRVN) in 29  cities, ranging from major metropolises like Beijing and Shanghai to smaller cities  such as Hami in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. 

Over 60 films have already been selected, according to Fang Gang, a noted sex  researcher from Beijing Forestry University (BFU) and founder of CWRVN. The list  includes some famous titles such as "Gone Girl," "White Ribbon," "Lovely Bones" and  "Brokeback Mountain."

Films are an important form of media when it comes to ending domestic violence, said  Peng Jiong, a deputy representative of the United Nations Population Fund to China.

“Let’s use films to break the silence,” Peng added.

Founded in 2013, CWRVN is devoted to engaging men in the fight to end domestic  violence. The White Ribbon campaign was founded in Canada in 1991, after 14 women were  killed by a man. The campaign was launched by a group of Canadian men, utilizing the  white ribbon as a symbol of mourning, who pledged to end violence against women. The  campaign has since spread to more than 60 countries, and has become the largest men’s   movement to fight domestic violence. 

 


 

  

 

 

 

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