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Gender Equality by 2030: Possibility or Utopia?

This year’s March 8 International Women’s Day United Nations theme is “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality”. With the new global 2030 roadmap and 17 Sustainable Development Goals approved by UN Member States, gender equality appears to be the most critical[1]. According to Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director (UN [...]

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Happy International Women’s Day from Red Lips High Heels

 

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Celebrating Women in our Families – International Women’s Day (American University in Dubai)

Writing history – and defining our identity, individually and collectively – is linked to memory and memorialization, which never seem to be complete. Someone is always forgotten. Pieces of the puzzle are always missing. I tend to agree with Napoleon or whoever said “History is but a fable agreed upon”. In the history – or [...]

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Celebrating Women in our Families!

Join us this Sunday to celebrate women in our families! With my MEST ‘Women and Gender in the Middle East’ students. On the menu: intergenerational/intercultural homemade buffet, live art work and creative writing! #AUD (American University in Dubai, Media City)

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Join the Fight for Legal Equality, Protection and Social Change

“What I admire most about Lebanese women rights’ defenders is their creativity and inventiveness. I hope that more and more women and men will join the fight for legal equality, protection and social change.” VISIT NIINA’S FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/aGirlWalkingThroughTheMiddleEast   

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