disempowerment


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dis·em·pow·er

 (dĭs′ĕm-pou′ər)
tr.v. dis·em·pow·ered, dis·em·pow·er·ing, dis·em·pow·ers
To deprive of power or influence.

dis′em·pow′er·ment n.
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Translations

disempowerment

[ˌdɪsɪmˈpaʊərmənt] nperte d'autonomie f
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"I hope that by tackling such a sensitive subject matter we can raise awareness of the importance of changing societal values so that both women and men's rights to live free from abuse, invasion, disempowerment and intimidation are respected."
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It feeds precisely on economic disempowerment. Ever wonder why we remain poor?
Furthermore, he said it was disturbing that the rich continued to benefit from unscrupulous maneuvers for economic power and disempowerment of the workers.
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Urging people to vote, he said people could not complain of disempowerment in society if they did not cast their vote in the general elections 2018.
Urging people to vote, he said people could not complain of disempowerment in society if they did not cast their vote in the general elections 2018.To another query, he said the caretaker government was determined to hold the elections as the elections 2018 was necessary for the progress and solidarity of the country.
The Sultan also noted that youth disempowerment, financial uncertainty, political turmoil and global warming were just some of the serious issues which must be addressed quickly if the world was to have a future at all.