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Content of this section:

 
-V01-R - Access
-V02-R - Capacities
-V03-R - Conflicts
-V04-R - New skills
-V05-R - Environment
-V06-R - Parity
-V07-R - Obscurantism
-V08-R - eHealth
-V09-R - Pro-activity
-V10-R - Diversity
-V12-R - Status
-V13-R - Development
-V14-R - Poverty
-V16-R - Education
-V18-R - Key positioning
-V19-R - Human rights
-V20-R - Democracy
-V21-R - Research
-V23-R - Equality
-V24-R - Media
-V25-R - Violence
-V26-R - Economy
-V27-R - Politics
-V30-R - Creativity
-V31-R - Discrimination
-V32-R - Stereotypes
-V35-R - Entrepreneurship
-V36-R - Responsibility
-V37-R - Innate strength
-V38-R - Mediators
-V40-R - Networks
-V41-R - Governance
-V45-R - Transmission
-V46-R - Divides
-V47-R - Migration
-V48-R - Empowerment
-V51-R - Solidarity
 

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The 37 variables of Millennia2015 - Resources

 

V37-R - Women's strength and sensibility as drivers for the future

 

 

V37 - => Women's strength and sensibility as drivers for the future

=> Questions V37

 

 

 
24/02/2014  Savings groups can be key for women's economic sustainability
 While not a magic bullet, a sturdy metal savings box with three keys can have a surprisingly profound impact. For Trickle Up, integrating all program participants into Savings and Credit Groups has been a highly effective way to address several key needs of the very poor.

 
04/01/2014  Moroccan women fight violence against women
 Violence against women is a hot topic in Morocco, where women's rights activists in have criticised the Islamist-led government for excluding them from drafting a proposed legislation to combat violence against women. They also accuse the government for seeking to dilute the bill through changes.

 
30/12/2013  5 great female human rights activists in MENA
 Despite setbacks in the wake of the “Arab Spring”, the region's female activists gained strength following the uprisings and have no plans to stop fighting for better and fairer societies.

 
18/12/2013  From Rape and Shame to Resilience and Pride: Program Provides Hope to Survivor in War-torn Democratic Republic of Congo
 “I was in the field when they came.” Espérance keeps her eyes fixed on her hands, folded on the table in front of her, as she talks to me. Her hair cascades in long braids over her shoulders, sweeping against the vivid blue and yellow print of her dress.

 
15/12/2013  Meet the Woman Who Waged an Artistic War Against Her Street Harassers
 For many women, just walking down the street can mean being subject to harassment by men—from subtle comments to overtly hostile remarks. Back in 2012, fed up with such treatment, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, an oil painter by trade, decided to speak out: She produced an illustrated self-portrait with a caption—"Stop Telling Women To Smile"—and plastered copies all around her Brooklyn neighborhood.

 

 

 

 

 

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