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She began her speech by offering moments of silence for women who have lost their lives due to childbirth, preventable diseases, and HIV/AIDS. She also acknowledged the commitment of women human rights defenders who have chosen to speak out despite personal pains and difficult contexts. She also congratulated the women's movement for being grounded the basic premises of solidarity and social transformation. Within the context of these achievements she drew attention to the fact that women’s realities are diverse, yet these diversities is to be respected without compromising women's rights in the private and public sphere.
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