Women rights is not a western propaganda
It’s a serious issue of our society where the women are treated badly
Students of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Sindh Jamshoro present artistic performances; Stage Theater and tableau to mark the International Women’s Day
From Our Correspondent
Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Sindh Jamshoro organized an event to mark the International Women’s Day on March 8, 2022.
The students brilliantly presented their works and celebrated international women’s day. They presented artistic performances and highlighted issues of women and gender equality.
The students also presented Theater on the theme of university female students’ empowerment, their free education right and right to free mobility without the control by male family members. Students also recited poetry in Sindhi and Urdu that raised advocacy for the rights and emancipation of women.
One group of students staged tableau on the theme of bride sale as an anti-women practice in which women are treated as a product for men. In the tableau the lead female bride character was shown resisting against the custom of bride sale.
The faculty members of the department of Anthropology and Archaeology also spoke on the issues of women and reminded that women rights isn’t western propaganda but a serious issue of our culture and society. “Women in our society are treated badly and we should raise voice against the maltreatment of women at the hands of patriarchy,” they said.
One female student presented the idea of courageous and struggling female characters in the Sindhi Sufi poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai.