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Women Leading Change in Transitioning Societies

What kind of leadership is most effective in societies undergoing upheaval and/or transition? … Read More»

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The right to safety in the streets of Mexico

This morning I left home a little later than usual. … Read More»

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The Survival of Jan Little, by John Man

I was amazed to read about the true story of a clinically blind and deaf American woman, Jan Little, who spent approximately 20 years (until 1980) living isolated in the Amazon jungle with her daughte … Read More»

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Offer: Apply by January 16 to Attend the G(irls)20 Summit 2012 in Mexico

With 3.5 billion girls and women in the world, it is imperative to the economic growth, social innovation & political stability of countries that girls and women are included in the decision making pr … Read More»

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My friend the activist

She is Mexican, woman, young and a women’s and girls’ human rights activist. … Read More»

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"Next Stop, An Undeclared War Zone"

How far would you go to make a good story better? … Read More»

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Offer: Call For Participation: Kleiwerks International: WASI Sisters

As a WASI (Women of the Americas Sustainability Initiative) Sister, you will actively support and participate in the building of WASI communities. … Read More»

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Offer: Program Coordinator, Women's human Rights Defenders - AWID Mexico City

The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID). Mexico City, Mexico (preferred, but flexible). Closing date: November 13, 2011. Overview: … Read More»

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Our own feminist agenda

My mom says that since I was a little girl I’ve always been a fighter; that she would normally hear my little voice everywhere we went protesting against the people I saw committing an act of injustic … Read More»

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Mexico: Fulfilling the verdicts to break the wall of impunity

After a year of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights decided on the cases of Inés Fernández Ortega and Valentina Rosendo Cantú against Mexico, there is significant lack of progress on the implemen … Read More»

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