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Tatiana Fedorova: Agent GOODdler

Stop sending rice to Nepal

  • It’s possible to be a change agent and make a difference in the world. That’s why I started GOODdler. I can’t imagine living my life and not to be concerned that so many people suffer in the world.
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Supporting Mediterranean Youth in the Fight Against Climate Change: The Role of WECAN MENA at the Mediterranean Youth Climate Forum (MYCF)

Blog by: Soumeya Lerari, WECAN MENA Network Member

On Sunday 17th, July 2016, the Youth Mediterranean Climate  Forum  began as a pre-event to the MEDCOP (The Convention of Climate Stakeholders in the Mediteranian Region), in the city of Tangier, Morocco. 485 more words

Climate Justice & Solutions

Powerful speeches about women by female celebrities

For many years, celebrities have used their fame to raise political issues. Whether it was Georges Clooney speaking about Darfour, or Leonardo Di Caprio calling for a greater protection of environment, celebrities have taken public stances and tended to influence public opinion. 960 more words

Women's Empowerment

Shirley Chisholm on How to Make Progress

“You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.”

– Shirley Chisholm

Tabby Biddle is a women’s rights advocate, writer, and leadership coach specializing in helping women find their voice and take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors by 2025.

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Kitenga Update- Truly Remarkable

Although I have returned to Kitenga many times since my original trip in 2009, my visit this past week (July 2016) felt qualitatively different. Even as the various buildings have taken shape over the years, the idea of a comprehensive and vibrant campus for girls has felt largely conceptual and entirely aspirational.

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My Grandma Wanted to Be President: A Reflection on Women, Voice, and Leadership

As a voice coach I support many women leaders in finding their voices, speaking their truth with conviction, claiming their power, and fully expressing their gifts. 512 more words


Yuriko Koike, the first female governor of Tokyo

The ceiling glass in Japanese politics is still unbroken, but Yuriko Koike, the newly elected mayor of Tokyo put a huge crack in it. Despite the lack of her party’s support, she became the first woman to ever hold the office of governor of the Japanese capital and… 491 more words

Women's Empowerment