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Working Girls

Everyday we walk in our destined paths to live our lives in whatever we can. Life is too short. Each one of us has a destiny. Some of us live it up to faith. We can do something about it. … Read More»

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“Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult.”

More than 80 years after winning the right to vote and being declared 'persons' in 1929, women in Canada are often treated as second-class citizens. … Read More»

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Enforcing Prostitution - In The Name Of 'Tradition'!

In my country, lot is happening to make women empowerment real. 33% of the seats in the parliament is reserved for the women. In rural India, village council must have 50% women members. … Read More»

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Offer: Systers™: Pass-It-On Awards Program

Deadline: 27/10/2010 Open to: women in all countries over 18 years old in or aspiring to be in the fields of computing Award: from $500.00 to $1000.00 USD … Read More»

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From invisible to visible: turning awareness into advocacy for empowering women through outdoor role models

Being a woman of color in the outdoor industry of the United States makes me stand out – everyone notices my presence immediately. … Read More»

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Wanted for Employment

QUALIFICATIONS: Female Single Not over 25 years old At least 5 feet 3 inches tall With pleasing personality … Read More»

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Web 2.0 : A reality in Women Empowerment

The first time I used Internet, I remember I was around 8 years old. The image comes to me as clear as water. … Read More»

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World Changing Through Web 2.0

Just today I updated my Facebook status with this question: ‘Can we change the world for real?’ I asked this to my 700 or so friends. About 3 of them responded affirmatively almost instantly. … Read More»

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Web 2.0 and Women’s Empowerment

I consider myself lucky to live today. When I was younger, we often had no idea what was happening beyond our national borders, other than the occasional newspaper article or television news story. … Read More»

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