Indigenous Film Night, Sept 13 in NYC

Film night to celebrate indigenous peoples’ cultures and identities in cities On 13 September, the United Nations will open the doors to an indigenous film night, paying tribute to the many indigenous peoples, living and sustaining their cultures in the world’s biggest cities far from their ancestral homes. Through Reaghan Tarbell’s documentary “To Brooklyn and Back: A Mohawk Journey” (2009), we will meet the courageous Mohawk women who sustained a vibrant community in Brooklyn, while Mohawk … [Read more...]

A world on the move: Refugees and Migrants

For a world on the move: The UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants The world is on the move, and the number of international migrants today is higher than ever before. In 2015, 244 million people lived in a country other than where they were born, including more than 20 million refugees and asylum-seekers escaping violence or persecution in their home countries. People have always moved in search of sustenance, safety and opportunity. By crossing borders and residing in other lands, … [Read more...]

Imani Enterprises presents Toronto Premiere: SHE SAID/HE SAID, 90-Minute Theatrical Rhapsody

Imani Enterprises presents Toronto Premiere of SHE SAID/HE SAID A 90-Minute Theatrical Rhapsody Click here to support The Show Must Go On!!! by Anne-Marie Woods Imani Enterprises presents the Toronto premiere of She Said/He Said, created and directed by award-winning artist Anne-Marie Woods (aka Amani). She Said/He Said is a play where spoken word, theatre, conflict and comedy join hands for a tragi-comic and complex look at relationships. The female/male rapport is laid bare in this … [Read more...]

Why Millions of Monarchs Are Being Killed in Mexico

While international efforts are under way to help keep dwindling populations of monarch butterflies from disappearing, scientists are raising concerns about how severe weather and a loss of forest habitat at their wintering grounds in Mexico are affecting them. Every year, monarchs embark on an epic multigenerational migration that takes them thousands of miles from Canada and the U.S. in search of sites in California and in Mexico. The fir trees in the southern regions offer the shelter and … [Read more...]

Celebrating Canonization of Mother Teresa: Sept 4, 1016

Before She Became Teresa Her middle name, Gonxha, means “little flower” in Albanian. Even before blossoming into her life as a religious sister, young Agnes Bojaxhiu showed signs of passionate devotion to Christ. Early on, she began celebrating her birthday on the day of her baptism, August 27. Who could have predicted that this “little flower” would go on to serve the poorest of the poor thousands of miles away? Set to Get Notified Here Pope Francis held a Consistory of … [Read more...]

2016 World Water Week, celebrating in Sweden

August 28 - September 2, 2016—Stockholm, Sweden World Water Week is composed by over 200 sessions that cover the most important water and development issues. In 2016 World Water Week will focus on “Water and Sustainable Growth”. Click here to check out this year's World Water Week programme. In 2015 World Water Week featured over 160 events and 8 workshops and the most relevant topics relating to “Water for Development” were discussed – i.e. Financing, SDGs, Integrity, Gender … [Read more...]

Do Women Lack Confidence When Job Searching?

When it comes to applying for a job, women seem to lack the same level of confidence that men have while job hunting. But how are women less confident, and why? Keep reading to learn more, especially if you are a woman and you are planning on searching for a new job. Women Don’t Apply Unless They’re Qualified If a woman is searching for work, she will only apply to those positions that she feels she’s totally qualified for. If she feels less than 100% qualified, she won’t apply. The … [Read more...]

Women’s Equality Day, AUG 26

Women's Equality Day is a day proclaimed each year by the United States President to commemorate the granting of the vote to women throughout the country. Women in the United States were granted the right to vote on August 26, 1920, when the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified as law. The amendment was first introduced many years earlier in 1878. Every president has published a proclamation for Women's Equality Day since 1972, the year after legislation was first … [Read more...]

Women Living BIG Workshop, OCT 28 in Toronto!

Can you imagine a community where women are living true to themselves, in their fullest self-expression, allowing themselves to be happy as they dream, play, and live BIG (or even BIGGER?!?) Opening keynote speaker, two-time Gold Medal Olympian Heather Moyse Musical performance by the incredible Angie Nussey Five ‘real’ women sharing their living big stories   Workshops under the three arms including African dance, intro to Sign Language, drumming & percussion, learn to juggle, … [Read more...]

Why More Women Should Consider Getting Into Health Law

Despite a slow market for legal jobs, some fields are seeing more development than others in the industry. According to National Jurist, health law is a legal field which is seeing significant growth. From representing clients who were denied Social Security benefits, to explaining the Affordable Care Act to employers and other providers, and analyzing rapidly growing and evolving topics in health policy, health law runs the gamut. In this growing field, it is easier than ever to find your … [Read more...]

Why More Mothers Are Choosing to Get Degrees Online

These days, you don’t have to go to college the traditional way; instead, you can get your degree by going to college completely online. For busy moms who work and have families to take care of, this option is definitely appealing, especially since there are so many majors and South Dakota online degrees to choose from. Continue reading to learn more about why more mothers are choosing to get degrees online, as you may decide that this is the best route for you to take as well. There’s a … [Read more...]

Stress Coping Strategies for Busy Women

Today’s woman has more on her plate than ever before in history and unfortunately, this leads to inordinate amounts of stress. Not only do most women hold down a job outside the home but they are also typically mothers and often active in the community. This leaves very little time to take care of themselves and so one stressor is compounded on another and before you know it they are simply ready to break. Instead of letting life get out of control to that point, take a few moments to consider … [Read more...]

The Best Events to Attend at Niagara Falls

If you are looking for a location that’s host to a great range of events which you can attend this year either on your own, with your partner, with friends or with family, you should look no further than Niagara Falls. Along with the majestic waterfalls themselves, the city of Niagara Falls, Canada, is home to a huge range of great events ranging from everything from music festivals to wine tasting experiences. We’ve put together some of the best events held around the Niagara Falls area to give … [Read more...]

How to Plan a Honeymoon to the Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most popular destinations in Canada, thanks to the beauty and majesty of the waterfalls, which are truly breathtaking. People from all over the world travel to Niagara Falls to experience them for themselves, as well as to take in all that this unique Canadian city has to offer. But in addition to being a popular vacation spot, Niagara Falls also makes the ideal honeymoon destination. Check out some tips below so that you can plan your honeymoon there and enjoy every … [Read more...]

World Humanitarian Day 2016

About World Humanitarian Day On World Humanitarian Day we remember the sacrifices made by those who have lost their lives during humanitarian operations; we pay homage to those who continue to put their lives at risk to offer assistance and aid and we give a voice to all the people who need help. Every year catastrophes and conflicts cause immense suffering for millions of people, often the world’s poorest, most marginalized and vulnerable individuals. Together with poverty, these … [Read more...]

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