Tilde Holm is an 18-year old Swedish girl, currently studying social sciences with a specialization in international relations. As a hobby activist and spare time writer she wants to make a change, and believes that using her words on the internet is a good way to do so. Tilde is the director of the PR […]
THE POETRY COLLECTION AS DESCRIBED BY CHRISTY Imagine a shift to the way you see the world that arises through poetic narration. Imagine the world, at its base level, is a collection of sel…
MakeItUltra™ Founder: Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate (USA) Website: MotivateInspireUplift.com “The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.” ~Elbert Hubbard How many of us have spent time worrying about our future? Sometimes there isn’t even evidence to support the worry, but we do it anyway. Whatever it is you have been […]
The last days of the year can be overwhelming, happy and/or sad. However, it is a good moment to reflect what we went thru, to give back and write down our next years’ resolutions. Independent of your beliefs, I invite all of you to be respectful to and accept each other. Also, be thankful for everything good that happened to you.
Even though, we know that a lot of you went and/or going thru a lot this year. That you might be out there: fleeing in a war, perishing in poverty and/or being abused, and I ask whoever or whatever you believe that enlighten and protect you and your family.
Wishing a better year for all of those that is perishing and everybody else.
I thank everyone that supported the blog and the social media channels on the last three months. We are a new group that together will try to make the best to promote gender equality and women empowerment’s.
I hope God give me strength to continue this project and help local communities and also people’s around the World. We had people from India, USA, Brazil, Ecuador, and Israel reading our blog. I do expect to reach people from more places. Be free to share your opinions and thoughts thru poetry and/or other forms of art. The blog is here for me and for you.
Here and there we expect to promote equality. We Are All The Same and we inspire for a better life. Be respectful, be kind, and respect each other.
Happy New Year!
Happy any kind of celebration!!!
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This post was written by 2016 LEADer and Women LEAD Blogger, Samika Mali Whether it is a weekday or weekend, my mom wakes up every day at 6am and sweeps the entire house. Preparing lunch every morn…
As I have read today about this case of domestic violence, my heart truly goes out to this brave burn victim who has a message for all women from her hospital bed. She wants all to know that verbal abuse leads to physical abuse and if in an abusive relationship, to get out. What this […]
“My Name Is Brooke Axtell and I Was Sex Trafficked at Age 7 in the US” is the first episode of the series called “Real Women, Real Stories”. The series gives voice to women that were trafficked and their journey to reach their personal goals.
Brooke Axtell is the Director of Communications and Survivor Leadership at Allies Against Slavery, an organization dedicated to ending human trafficking.
According to The International Labour Organization estimates that there are 20.9 million victims of human trafficking globally. 55% of them are women and girls and 26% are children.
The National Human Trafficking Hotline and Polaris BeFree TextLine statistics reports that the Hotline receives around 100 calls per day and have registered more than 29,800 cases in the last year.
If you need help contact please contact:
The National Human Trafficking Hotline 1 (888) 373-7888
Paula Okonneh is a mobile marketing consultant based in Charlotte, NC. She is the Founder and CEO of Computer and Database Solutions, a company that helps entrepreneurs and professionals scale their businesses online. Paula also hosts Chatting with the Experts, a podcast series which showcases the experiences and successes of entrepreneurs and business owners to national […]
From their homes to the streets to social media, Afghan women and girls are threatened for simply raising their voices and telling their stories. Why do they continue to write?