hey!!!!!!!!!!! Infact,that is how it should be.... Every Poem to be used because infact, sapos Poem ia i kam long ol woman, then hemia i real tingting mo feeling blong ol woman we olis stap expressem long Form of Poetry.......
I have another question...Anyone i save tallem long mi se " Woman's gratuate association i stap exist yet????
If yes, what is the meaning of " Womans graduate" ? Dont't you think it is descriminating????????????????????
I actually don't think this association is discriminatory. This kind of association exists around the world, including other Pacific countries. I reckon it is vital in Vanuatu as it helps to promote the fact that women can achieve higher educational goals just like their male counterparts. It should be seen as a means of promoting formal education...so that our society is more "learned" in the western sense. It doesn't necessarily mean that we shun our traditions etc...no, no, no...it means that women as bearers of the next generation, are able to make informed decisions...something that is oh so important in a developing context such as ours.
You must have heard of the saying: If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.
Well in this situation, VAWG tries to show that if you don't get the niVan Females into schools...well, they'll just contribute to the misinformed decisions that are made daily in the country. Save wanem mi minim???
VAWG i no minim se olgeta we oli skul mo graduate nomo oli saksesful...no! But think about it, yu no wantem mama, sista o dota blo yu blo i skul gud??? I really cannot see anything distasteful about that????
I fully support females being educated as far as they can possibly go...
Spos yu save sapotem VAWG, do so...hemi blo gud blo kaontri blo yumi.
Well if they wanna be heard by men... They might as well protest... Anyway ur point has no sense! They wont get their ponit across coz hardly any men read poetry ... Heck! Even Haikus bore the s#$% out of me.
Try some peaceful protests, educational workshops or something that will send a message directly to men... Poetry? Its good for expressing feelings about flowers, nature, etc ... But when it comes to major socio-political issues such as Women's rights! A better means of conveying the message is necessary