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The Afghan Women’s Writing Project began as an idea during novelist Masha Hamilton’s last trip to Afghanistan in November 2008. Her interest in Afghanistan was sparked in the late 1990s during the Taliban period, when she understood it was one of the worst places in the world to be a woman.
Painter, Creative Writer, Educator and Advocate. It was with my family that I first learned to appreciate the importance of an artistic community. Being surrounded by so many creative people provided me with a nurturing artistic environment that encouraged me to explore and learn without boundaries.
I work for the realisation of womens rights in sierra leone and this includes policy advocay, lobbying and awareness raising. I believe in positive discriminating as the only to enhance womens rights, gendr equity and women's empowerment. I love to see women free, empowered and excited.
m very kind hearted for one who is in need but never try to understand 1 who abuses me............... studying my studies yet studying in b.pharm
actor from southern part of India. .Am i a feminist.....don't know ! May be .may be not, But I will say I am proud to be a lady. I like to help . like to listen.My friends say i have good ears and patience which goes with it .That is the main thing they like in me... like to keep it that though .like to meet other ladies from different fields.
Artist, retired, interests include permaculture principals, support local growers, gentle yoga, tai chi, environment, family/ friends and travel. Searching for ways to make a difference with real people.
A Development Consultant, and the Project Director/Founder of a Nongovernmental Organization “Treasureland Health Builders”. She works selflessly in communities in Nigeria on reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and Malaria.
In mid-life transition to move toward a career and goals more aligned with my passions and true interests. This journal is another step in my journey to complete the transition and discover my path of purpose. To encourage human connectedness across countries, continents and oceans. Another country's success should not be seen as a threat but as a sign of progress for humanity as a whole.
Being raised from a traditional home where superstition and negative stereotypes associated with women are dominant, i did not find anything wrong with women and children not consulted in decision making and i did not see anything wrong with the incessant beating and molesting of women and children because i only attributed that to correctional measures.