A few days ago came the news that 82 of the students abducted by the terrorist organization Boko Haram while they were in their school have finally been freed and have been able to embrace parents, relatives and friends. The girls, after being kidnapped, had been hidden deep in the jungle in a den of … More 82 are free… and the others?
Today, International Women’s Day, best wishes to all of us women who strive every day to equal opportunities for equal rights and against violence and genital mutilation that are still common practice in many countries around the world. Although many still seek today, in 2017, to deny it is us women the true pillars of … More Womens’ Day
The 2016 Sakharov Prize went to two strong and brave women, the human rights activists of ethnic Yazidi Nadia Murad and Lamiya Aji Bashar. The two Yazidi ethnic women were abducted by men in black of the self-styled Caliphate from their village in Iraq and then their life has become a living hell made of … More The Sakharov Prize for two strong and brave women
In Poland, women took to the streets protesting for their right to abortion. The Polish Government is discussing the introduction of a new law that if passed would make abortion completely illegal and this sparked a hornets ‘ nest of controversy that led to intense protests from all women, regardless of political orientation and social … More The protest of Polish women