Rebecca Fitton is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. In February of 2017 she released her book ‘Wave Rider: Poetic Journey from Abuse to Wholeness,’ a poetic memoir that culminates her long journey to heal from sexual abuse, abandonment, and neglect. Her book exhibits a new world based on wholeness of body, mind, and spirit. Her journey has taken a lifetime. To use the metaphor of waves, sometimes the undertow nearly drowned her?but she survived. Now her beautiful and profound book offers inspiration to others who have also suffered greatly from abuse.
I wish to visit India and eventually Pakistan this year. My mission is to help educate girls and boys of how pivotal is to love each other and dissolve differences based on gender, language, color of the skin or anything which creates separation because WE are the same, so I am looking for a crew to accompany me when I visit India this year. The reason is because I wish to interview leaders, visit schools, learn about their life and learn about what they wish to see changed.
I would love if someone or a company wish to be be part of the interviews and help finance the visit. In exchange, they will have their companies name connected to this amazing documentary and their financial support will make a huge impact in the lives of children and their families.
There is no a price tag attached to something like this, the feeling of making a difference in the World is the return for the investment.
In addition, I will add my book to help as well, every book sold the proceeds will go towards education and building of schools as well us the mission for ending gender based fetus abortion. This will eliminate the violence against women and help create the World we always wanted with more education anything is possible.
Please contact my assistant Priyanka Gupta who will answer any questions you might have, and we are looking for make up artist who will have his/her name attached to the documentary in return. Thank you, Dianna Bellerose
“She is admitted in hospital to deliver a baby she needed blood or she may not survive the doctor said. Despite 4 children including one daughter and three sons she was forced to have more done. This is common in rural areas in Pakistan.”- Noor Ahmed
“Today I will write a story of women to you who day before yesterday met me . She was abducted by one of her relatives and kept in his captivity for three years. She was raped for three years by him and his friends.He fathered a baby that he attempted to kill as a result her backbome was badly damaged.”-Noor Ahmed
Noor Ahmet is a human rights representative, pictured here with his beautiful wife. He works to protect women in Pakistan, and his mission is to stop the injustice against women and children. He is a witness of a horrible crimes on a daily bases, and we will work together to raise awareness about the damaging impact gender inequality and obsolete religious and cultural limitations have on the society nowadays.
If you wish to get involved and give your support, please contact me by using the contact form on my website.
For protection of the women, there will be no websites and media places posted here, I appologize for the inconvenience.
Thank you for the understanding
‘She was brought by her parents yesterday at Press club Hyderabad to protest against Rajesh speaking before media persons that he was blackmailing her. Her face reads that she was badly beaten by her brothers and parents.’-Noor Ahmet
‘She was yesterday taken to press club Hyderavad ehere she was made to speak before the media persons in a press conference that she was being blackmailed by Rajesh the person who she has married the record shows Today I have received her text messages in which she wrote to him that be cautious her parents would kill him and that she was being tortured.’-Noor Ahmed
Priyanka Gupta completed her schooling from Dubai (UAE) and recently finished her graduation with Honors in Economics from Miranda House- University of Delhi. At a young age of 21 years she has authored two books on Women Entrepreneurs – ‘Unraveling the MYTH’ and ‘Women Who Ventured’ during her internship with Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM Bangalore). Her internship experience was published on the blog of Internshala – one of the biggest web ventures that provide internship resources and career services to students. She is an active member of the ‘Women International Networking (WIN)’ and participated in the ‘Harvard US- India Conference’ held in Mumbai.
International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women for their economic, political, and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday blended the culture of many countries, primarily in Europe, especially those in the Soviet Bloc. In some regions, the day lost its political flavor, and became simply an occasion for people to express their love for women in a way somewhat similar to a mixture of Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day. In other regions, however, the political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner. Some people celebrate the day by wearing purple ribbons.”- Wikipedia