Rape Culture Erases Rape Survivors

Rape culture is a frighteningly insidious thing in the way it reinforces harmful ideas about gender, personal boundaries, consent, and sexual assault. Rape culture encourages the belief that lying about rape or sexual assault is more common than it really is, and it promotes the silencing of women about sexual assault by subjecting them to harsh judgments and the implication that women are responsible for their own assaults. Women who do report their assaults are disbelieved by people they … [Read more...]

Mental Health Crisis is REAL, Take Action!

This year, up to 8% of young Canadians will try to take their own lives. We can be doing so much more to provide for youth mental health needs and prevent tragedies such as suicide. Teenagers are hit particularly hard by suicide, with 500 Canadian teens taking their own lives each year – second only to car crashes among the most common causes of death for that age group. Tell Parliament: Save The Lives Of Young Canadians What is the biggest risk for youth today? Your first thought might … [Read more...]

Rita Pierson, Every kid needs a champion

Rita Pierson, a teacher with more than 40 years of experience, talks about the value and importance of human connection (relationships) in a kid's education. She believes that if most kids grew up not being afraid to take risks and not being afraid to think, our world would be a better place. Every child deserves a champion, she says - an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of relation, and insists that they become the best they can possibly be. Educators are born to … [Read more...]

Women at the center of Economic Activity

Professor Muhammad Yunus established the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh with the objective of helping poor people escape from poverty by providing loans without collateral to support income-generating activities. From Prof. Yunus's personal loan of small amounts of money in the mid-70's to destitute basket-weavers in Bangladesh, the Grameen Bank has advanced to the forefront of a burgeoning world movement toward eradicating poverty through micro-lending. Today it has 8.4 million borrowers of … [Read more...]

Sayydah Garrett – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this woman leader. Through her journey to successful leadership with The Pastoralist Child Foundation, she stands as a bright beacon for all youth to achieve an education, with a focus on making sure each and every girl has a chance at life without female mutilation.     WOMAN of ACTION™ … [Read more...]

Shaun Robinson – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this woman leader. Through her journey to successful leadership, she stands as a bright beacon for all young women, teens and all youth to Take Action, with a focus on making sure each and every girl has a good home from where to blossom into future women leaders, saying about her primary philanthropic attachment: “I was looking for an organization to align myself with. I’ve been involved with mentoring programs and … [Read more...]

POST 2015 WOMAN: “MENTAL HEALTH … is an Inside Job!”

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY SUMMIT 2015 POST 2015 WOMAN: "MENTAL HEALTH ... is an Inside Job!" DATE: MARCH 8, 2015   COUNTDOWN BEGINS >>> #IWD2015 We are excited to announce that on MARCH 8, 2015 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY SUMMIT 2015 will be held at the Montecassino Hotel & Event Venue, 3710 Chesswood Drive, Toronto, ON Canada M3J 2W4 THEME: The POST 2015 WOMAN: "Mental Health is an Inside Job!" This Summit is designed to be a Celebration that a global Healing has … [Read more...]

Is PMS Destroying Your Life?

If PMS ever needed a PR publicist I would be it! Since my early teens I have been dealing with this unwarranted condition. Back then of course I had no idea that PMS was NOT normal and just accepted it for what it was. But today I know better… Up to 85%- 90% of all women experience some premenstrual symptoms in their lifetime. So what is this thing we call PMS? PMS is short for pre-menstrual syndrome. It can include a list of a number of symptoms occurring 7-14 days prior to your … [Read more...]

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