Rapes in the world are a custom and global NGOs and institutions do not miss an opportunity to get together and talk or to raise awareness of forgiveness on the subject.
Additionally, the media used for awareness campaigns is the creepy statistics on the web. Everyone agrees on one thing: rapes exist, and even in some places, it is more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier.
Firstly, the director Michel Ocelot brings the theme to the table in an unusual way with his ’98 film Kiriku and the evil witch Karabà. Secondly, the cartoon talks about a village from which all the men have disappeared at the hands of a wicked witch.
Thirdly, and most importantly, the film uses the metaphor of the thorn to indicate how male virility can tear the soul and kill people.
We can also understand this during the conversation between Kirikù and his grandfather, the only one who can answer the question, “why is Kabara bad?”
He explains, however, that a group of men stuck a poisoned thorn in the center of Karabà’s back. Furthermore, from that day, she will be sad and angry with everyone because instead of being helped, she is exiled beyond the forest.
KARABA ALLEGORY OF ALL VICTIMS.
MANY NGOs PROTECT WOMEN RAPE BY OFFERING THEM EDUCATION, SHELTER, AND SAFE places. WOMEN’S SAFETY IS EVERYONE’S PROBLEM. HELP US NOW WITH THE VOLUNTEER OR THROUGH DONATIONS