Sunday’s session started with only about 11 participants – the rest were late due to a location change. However, by lunch time all 42 participants had joined. In the morning we talked about the process for the day’s goal – forming a recommendation on gender equity for UN-HABITAT. We created “community agreements” for the day’s […]
After screening the Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association video documentary Girlz Lens: Wide World, Daniele Hurley led the group, about 42 participants this time, in a discussion on the realities of Aboriginal and indigenous girls lives in Canada and in other countries. This discussion also included the participants’ ideas on how to realize the Millennium Development […]
Women are ever more present in the struggle to make our cities sustainable. As administrators, academics, business women, technicians, activists, community members, and mayors and other politicians, we are involved in the effort to transform our world. We are experiencing an historic moment where many grassroots women, marginalized in the past, have been high-impact participants in this event.
raunch culture. . . . what is raunch culture to you ?
is it showing off your body or hiding it? what do you think about girls dressing sexual? do you think its worth it to show off your bod in order to atract attention ?
cette ete je me suis trop ennuyer mais jai eu de bon moment quand je suis aller au Niagara Falls ,quand jai parler a mes amis ,quand jai eu des fous rires avec ma famille et plus activite comme le kickaction camp et jaime bien ca et en plus je pratique mon anglais
[img_assist|nid=238|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=640|height=640]It’s been too long since I posted in my blog here, so here I am again. Last time I posted was in March, I believe, and there has definitely been sooo much happening on the Ophelia’s Voice front & I’d love to share with you all.