Women’s Voices Highlights From the March 8th Protests Worldwide

Demonstration March 8
The 8M continues to be an important reminder of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and the need for collective action to achieve it.

Holi Festival Invites Us To Welcome the Good Times

People celebrate with colors
This celebration, which has spread around the world, leaves a trail of optimism, but also the message of human responsibility to work for the common good in the new times.

Campaign To Link Rural Women to Sustainable Projects

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Rural Women Campaign: make women visible as guardians and promoters of sustainable development

A Creative Way To Remember Women in History Month

Woman playing chess
Women's History Month is celebrated every March since the UN proclaimed March 8 in 1975 as International Women's Rights Day

Madeleine McAnn and the Unsolved Missing Child Cases

Madeleine McAnn
It is an extremely painful situation for parents, family, and society when a boy or girl disappears, and years go by without the case being solved or reappearing.

Will Nikki Haley Overshadow Trump’s Re-Election Aspirations?

nikki haley
Nikki Haley has recently declared that she will run for the presidency of the United States. She could be the first South Asian American to become president.

Velmariri Bambari Wants To Change Law on Sexual Assault in Indonesia

Velmariri Bambari
She relies on crutches to walk. Those who know her closely cannot help but admire her because her physical disability is far from stopping her work as an activist.

Umoja, the Community of Kenyan Women Founded by Rebecca Samaria Lolosololi

Umoja community
For several decades many women sexually assaulted by the British were disowned by their husbands and expelled from their homes with their children

Jacinda Ardern Leaves a Distinct Legacy of Governing

jacinda ardern
The world received with sadness the resignation of the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, on January 19 and which becomes effective on February 7.

Are We Aware That Adopting Beauty Models Reify Us?

The message that we receive daily from the big brands is long-lined women with little weight, which is abysmally far from reality.

Phillis Wheatley, Her Story as a Slave and Poet

Phillis Wheatley
An African woman who was born a slave, but with her great capacity for learning and her determination to change the conditions of women

Spanish hotel chain Sol Melia plans to build 20 new hotels in Brazil by 2005, Sol Melia South American Vice President Rui Manuel Oliveira said in an interview recently published.

Sol Melia opened six new hotels in Brazil last year and operates a total of 21.

The executive said Sol Melia had already signed deals with several construction companies, adding that the expansion project would require an investment of 600 million reais ($260 million).

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