Women’s workforce: There is still a lot to be done

Picture Source: Blog http://www.girledworld.com/blog/ It has been a deeply challenging and emotional week. Be a woman, a mother, a foreigner with a strong accent and work are some of the challenges that me and you have to face every day. Waking up in the morning and already feeling down, thinking, questioning and realizing that I make less money, because I am … Continue reading Women’s workforce: There is still a lot to be done

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“Do not cover domestic violence with makeup, condemn the aggressor!”

Moroccan state TV is being bombarded by activists after airing a tutorial showing women how to cover up bruises from domestic abuse. According to the Huffington Post, “Sabahiyat,” a show that airs on the state’s Channel 2M, aired a segment on Nov. 23 couple of days before the International for Elimination of Violence Against Women. Domestic … Continue reading “Do not cover domestic violence with makeup, condemn the aggressor!”

What Do You Know About the Trafficking of Children?

by Tavish  Human Trafficking has come the forefront of advocacy groups in the past ten years. It has been a “hot topic” in the media, especially trafficking of children. We all have heard about it, seen ways to raise money, or articles stating that it is happening right where we live. But, what does it … Continue reading What Do You Know About the Trafficking of Children?

The Military’s Contribution To Sex Trafficking in South Korea

        by Ellen Groves Most of us have been to towns located around military bases, and they all tend to look alike. The closer you get to the base, the more unsavory the neighborhoods become. There are run-down businesses, strip clubs, massage parlors, and prostitutes walking the streets. It’s a strange phenomenon, … Continue reading The Military’s Contribution To Sex Trafficking in South Korea