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Shhh, it's a secret!

We all know that women all over that world have beauty secrets. In this little snippet we will tell you some of their secrets, but shhh, it’s a secret! 448 more words

Women of the World Wednesday: Christiane Amanpour (England)

Christiane Amanpour is CNN’s international correspondent and anchor of her own global affairs show titled “Amanpour.” Her show is currently being produced in London, England, but she has travelled to and lived in many places. 288 more words

Women of the World Wednesday: Berta Cáceres (Hondurus) 

An indigenous Honduran woman, environmental rights activist, mother, and friend, is how Berta Cáceres is remembered today. She co-founded the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Honduras in 1993 and devoted her life to protecting the environment, as well as the indigenous peoples of Honduras. 533 more words

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Women of the World Wednesday: Pushpa Basnet (Nepal)

In Nepal, one of the poorest countries in the world, if a parent is arrested and their children don’t have anyone else to live with, they can either bring their children to prison or leave them to live on the streets. 339 more words

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Happy women's day, I am proud being one :)

O Mother, who is present everywhere, who is the embodiment of Power and Energy, I bow to you, I bow to you, I bow to you.” 3,067 more words


Weekly Roundup: 6-13 March 2016

Here’s your roundup of the digital and other relevant goings-on in and around London during the week of 6-13 March.

The Academic Book in the South… 958 more words


Women of the World Wednesday: Black Mambas (South Africa)

Unlike previous Women of the World Wednesdays, today we’ll be focusing on a particular group of women centered in South Africa: The Black Mambas.

The Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit was founded in 2013 to protect the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve. 322 more words