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Equality Now works for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women and girls around the world. Working with grassroots women’s and human rights organizations and individual activists since 1992, Equality Now documents violence and discrimination against women and mobilizes international action to support efforts to stop these abuses.
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I am a 31yr old British Indian women. I have 2 children but I was a single parent with my older child and my baby has medical problems. I have a different view to how I wish to live i.e. I am a trained house wife which I do not wish to be and many people in my Indian network do not like me being a free spirit...
Hi Everyone, I'm Toyin and I'm 32 years old. I live in Ipswich with my partner of 13 years. I was born in Leicestershire, My Mother is English and my Father is Nigerian. I moved to Ipswich to study where I gained a Business Management degree, and I now work for the Civil Service.
I am new to the field of activism and am joining this website to learn more about what I can do to work toward global gender equality. Equality, Literature, Traveling, Writing, Shakespeare Overcoming Anger and Frustration Early Modern Literature
I am a registered nursing assistant, a wellness consultant, a photographer, a house painter, sometimes waitress, but my passion is educating people about how to keep the greatest gift we have...the gift of health. As a wellness consultant, I can offer education and hope.
I enjoy writing and mentoring children from socio-economically marginalized families. I've been involved in campaigns for the rights of women, LGBTIQAP+ and indigenous people. Poetry and photography also interest me. Volunteering with, talking and writing about the achievements and challenges of children, women, transsexuals and indigenous people occupies me!
I spent my childhood living in various countries in Latin America before my family moved to Brazil, where my father is from. By the time I was able to live in Brazil, I was a teenager and had already developed an identity outside of it. My entire life has been spent at the crossroads of different cultures and countries, and I have absorbed a little bit of each of them.