This article is aimed at women but also men. Often when we talk about gender equality we end up focusing on the usual clichés that are now old and moreover cannot really explain what is hidden behind this expression. Gender equality is equal treatment for men and women at work, in private life, in our … More Gender equality
The young Malala graduated from Oxford in politics, economics and philosophy. A great young woman who has always fought for women’s education, for human rights, for equality between men and women. One that despite everything has never given up. One that is an example for everyone, men and women. One that’s been able to get … More Congratulations Malala!!!!!
“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
It’s a Christmas approaching one voltage: in many areas of the planet breathes an atmosphere laden with hate, the recriminations continue and are increasingly lit. Particularly in France continues the fight of yellow vest against the President, who now threatens Macron really end up in the minority and losing all its electoral outcome, and perhaps … More Voltage Christmas
Women who undertake every day to bring peace, between sacrifices and races against time to save the weakest. They are women who are not afraid, who never give up and do not break down. They are in all peace missions because they know that women are the weakest part in the event of armed conflict, … More Women for Peace
We’ve all been outraged, rightly, for the treatment that has been reserved for Asia Bibi: Incarcerated, tortured, raped, exposed to all abuses and harassment by the guard and eventually freed… but must remain the same in prison, has no right , no one hears his voice desperately asking for help. And this is because she … More Asia Bibi and the others
Reporters sans fontieres stands against violence against women, especially Indian women, those women who denounce on paper or on a blog the violence of Hindu extremists. To say enough to those men who think that a woman is their property, enough to those who think that a woman can not think, work, study, drive a … More No to violence against women!!!
It seems incredible but one thing that for us is absolutely normal as going to the gym for Afghan women is an act of courage that exposes them to risks unimaginable to us; In many attend the fitness courses in secret not to be discovered by their families. The most conservative families do not allow … More Women fighting for their rights
Malala Yousafzai, a young woman Nobel Peace Prize for her commitment to women’s education; She came back home, in her beloved Pakistan. Malala was forced to flee from her homeland after being hit by a Taliban bullet as she returned home from school. Her commitment to women’s education was inconvenient in a country like Pakistan … More Malala comes back home, a new hope for women
At the Rome Film Festival was presented the short film “Killed Waiting for judgement” strongly wanted by the association Doppia Difesa led by Michelle Hunziker and Giulia Bongiorno. This short but very powerful film warns women from those sick loves that transform life into a nightmare of violence and even serious persecution. The Double Defense … More On the women’s side