✺ WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT Worth to remember this speech which has been pronounced by Ursula von Der Leyen. Speech by President von Der Leyen at the 2020 Women's Forum Global Meeting Brussels, 18 November 2020 Dear Chiara (Corazza), Dear ladies, Dear friends, Thank you for your invite to this impressive gathering. All of you who are connected today have an amazing story to tell. A story of hard work, and of success. Some of you were the first woman in your family to get a degree.
Being a powerful woman means that you create your own narrative. It means that you are strong enough to make your own decisions, to be free and to break the status quo that people have set up for women. Who is this #remarkable woman ? Bonang Dorothy Matheba (born 25 June 1987), is a South African television presenter, radio personality, businesswoman, producer, model and philanthropist. Matheba launched the Bonang Matheba Bursary Fund in 2017 to help educate girls by paying f
International Women's Month. ❛ Be a Lady They Said ❜ ❛ Be a lady they said. Your skirt is too short. Your shirt is too low. Your pants are too tight. Don’t show so much skin. Don’t show your thighs. Don’t show your breasts ❜ These are the first few lines of a poem, written by 22-year-old Camille Rainville and performed by former Sex and the City star turned activist and politician, Cynthia Nixon. The viral and incredibly powerful video, created for Girls Girls Girls
Use your voice to eliminate the variable. ( Spanish version bellow). In March we commemorate Women's Day. First it was the day for female workers and then we stopped making the distinction between working outside or inside the home environment and we included them all in the commemoration. March 8th was held for the first time in 1911, a year after Copenhagen hosted the II International Conference of Socialist Women, which was attended by more than 100 women from 17 different
📍Talk about about ⛓️Let's break the chains by Irene Sánchez Masegosa "Every day is 8M" we feminists say, sometimes, trying to explain that the struggle for equality between men and women is not a matter of celebrating on a single day. Does this fact take away from us our international day of women's rights? Not at all, every day is 8M, but 8M is not another day. The most accepted story about the origin of 8M tells us that on March 1908, around 40,000 women seconded a strike