“Palestinian society has yet to get used to the increasing number of women in local political positions,” explains Mr. Samha, Deputy Assistant at the Palestinian Ministry of Local Government.
When I asked an Aymara woman merchant her opinion of women’s empowerment, she answered without hesitation: “What is that?” recalls Carolina Balta, professional tourist guide in Cuzco
Memories that stand testament to the fact that train journeys have inspired great fiction across genres: romance, tragedy, thriller.
“When I meet new people these days, I can see an invisible balloon over their heads: “Why didn’t you start a dress, shoe, candle, jewelry, cosmetics company?””
A mural in Brooklyn New York address domestic violence affecting Mexican immigrant women.
Malaria’s relative invisibility in the Asia Pacific comes with serious consequences for women in the region.