International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, 29 November 2022 States must live up to their commitments to protect women human rights defenders, who are increasingly under attack and inadequately protected. ❝ The current global context of unchecked #authoritarianism as well as the rise of #populism, of corporate power and of fundamentalist groups are contributing towards closing the space for civil society. This is being done through the enactment of laws and practices that
♡ She's Sara Blakely and here are her Top 10 Rules for Success. 1. Trust your gut She graduated from Florida State University with a communication degree. 2. Differentiate yourself She occasionally worked as a stand-up comedian. 3. Embrace failure Although she initially planned to become an attorney, she reconsidered after failing the LSAT. 4. Visualize She accepted a job with office supply company Danka, where she sold fax machines door-to-door. 5. Be honest She was quite su
Women in Europe currently earn on average 17.5% less than men. This inequality has an impact throughout women’s lives and especially when they retire as lower salaries lead to lower pensions and a higher risk of poverty in older age. Equal Pay Day is the symbolic day dedicated to raising awareness of the gender pay gap. In the United States, this date symbolizes how far into the year the average women must work in order to earn what the average man earns in the previous year
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✲ Power Women ; The all-female robotics team in Afghanistan who made a cheap ventilator out of Toyota. Five girls (Somaya Faruqi, Dyana Wahbzadeh, Folernace Poya, Ellaham Mandori, and Nahid Rahimi) in Afghanistan, aged between 14 and 17, have joined the fight against the coronavirus, designing a cheap ventilator that runs off the motor of a Toyota Corolla. The all-female robotics team, aptly named the Afghan Dreamers, has long been more accomplished than average teenagers. Th