Michelle Gala, ‘GROOV’YOU UP’ to the Stars!

Groov'Earth Records, by Michelle Galas. "I am responsible for every aspect of the business from the marketing, music production, finance." Who Groov’Are We? Our Vision • Be a music label that will be a reference for music in people everyday life. • Give back Music and Lyrics their real meaning and values. Our Mission • Make each song becomes a movement that reply to the need of the society and people’s everyday life. • Create via each single release creative’s marketing and … [Read more...]

True awakened meaning of integrity, Jennifer Hough

"Integrity in the rigid format of the ego means that you do what you say.  Integrity in the spirit of awakening means that your words match your heart and then you do what presents."  - J. Hough   I've had a few conversations with clients lately about having integrity and wishing that people did what they promised.  The problem comes when what they promised is more in tune with wishing they could do it, rather than what would truly serve them and the whole of humanity. Here's what I know for … [Read more...]

Women’s participation in Afghanistan elections 2013

Envoy affirms UN support for women's participation in Afghanistan elections The United Nations will support efforts to ensure women's involvement in next year's elections in Afghanistan, the top UN official in the country told women activists in the capital, Kabul, on Wednesday. Ján Kubiš, head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), was speaking during an annual event related to a landmark Security Council Resolution on women's participation in the political process in … [Read more...]

FAO Dimitra community listeners’ clubs Taking Action!

Community listeners’ clubs empower Rural Women and Men Give women access to information and the possibility to communicate and they will change the world. That is the premise behind the FAO Dimitra community listeners’ clubs – groups of rural women, but also men and young people, who meet regularly to discuss development issues and challenges, and to find solutions together. Working with community radio stations, which produce interactive radio programmes in local languages to increase … [Read more...]

IPDC projects strengthen journalism in the Andean region

Freedom of expression, development of community media and high quality journalism education are being fostered in the Andean region with the support of six projects of the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) coordinated by UNESCO’s Office in Quito. Among the activities carried out was a workshop to train 17 journalists from Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela in investigative journalism and self-protection mechanisms. As a result of this workshop, reports about … [Read more...]

“Empowering Local Radios with ICTs”, UNESCO seeks evaluators

UNESCO invites external independent evaluators to assess the implementation of the project “Empowering Local Radios with ICTs” and to produce a mid-term external evaluation report. The report should evaluate the relevance of objectives and progress made to achieve them. It will be used by UNESCO to assess the implementation of activities gearing to results and consider adjustments. UNESCO, with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), is executing a … [Read more...]

Barbados Trafficking in persons – a heinous crime: Take Action!

Given its transnational nature, combating the scourge of human trafficking required utmost international cooperation and coordination, several speakers said in the General Assembly during its high-level meeting on the appraisal of the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons. Delegates said that strengthening national legal and institutional frameworks called for the universal ratification and implementation of international instruments, including the United Nations Convention … [Read more...]

Ban Ki-Moon speaks with Malala!

As of 5 April, only 1,000 days remain until the end of the 2015 target date for achieving the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The eight MDGs – which range from halving extreme poverty to promoting gender equality to providing universal primary education by the target date of 2015 – form an internationally agreed blueprint which countries and leading development institutions have signed onto. Since their adoption in 2000, the MDGs have made a huge difference, helping to set global and … [Read more...]

“Women’s Voices” Project celebrated in South Sudan

UNESCO, in partnership with the South Sudan Women Empowerment Network (SSWEN) and a local radio station, carried out a capacity building training for women living in Guedele, a suburb located in South Sudan. The training was organized in the framework of the “Women’s Voices” project aimed at enabling women across the country’s ten states to talk about issues that are important for them, such as girls’ education and access to clean water. During the training, high illiteracy among women was … [Read more...]

Monika Burwise celebrating with Don Miguel Ruiz

Graham & Monika Burwise are founders of Global Awakening Institute and world leading experts in the fields of psycho-dynamics, personal empowerment and spiritual evolution, with nearly 4 decades of practical experience assisting people to recognize and eliminate their barriers to success and fulfillment, experience a greater quality of life, and access a more profound expression of Being. The inspiring authors, speakers, lecturers use simplicity and clarity of their wisdom and insights which … [Read more...]

“110 Ways to Spot a Toxic Person”, Henriette Eiby Christensen

"110 Ways to Spot a Toxic Person" e-book I would appreciate it if you help spread the word - let's get it out to as many people as possible! This E-book is perfect for: Shelters, Crisis centers, DV groups, schools, Youth, Teens etc. etc. - 1st Copy Free - Promotion >> Mar 04, 2013 - Mar 07, 2013 "110 Ways to Spot a Toxic Person" is a concise and clear manual on how to identify and deal with the people in our lives that leave us feeling anywhere from "ICKY" to down-right … [Read more...]

FINLAND supports ‘safety of journalists …’ in Middle East via UNESCO

UNESCO advances ‘gender equality’ fostering the Rights and Dignity of Women by enhancing 'freedom of expression' in the Arab region with the support of Finland   With a contribution of 2.3 million Euros from Finland, UNESCO will implement a new project in the Arab region to strengthen the legal and regulatory frameworks conducive to freedom of expression and ensure the safety of journalists and bloggers, including through their improving capacity to use information and … [Read more...]

Broadcasters and UNESCO celebrate World Radio Day – FEB 13

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Radio China International (RCI), Monte-Carlo Doualya (MCD), Radio Exterior d’España (REE), Radio France international (RFI), Radio Orient (RO) and Voice of Russia radio (VoR) will be broadcasting some programmes from UNESCO Headquarters on the occasion of World Radio Day, on 13 February. 13 February is World Radio Day — a day to celebrate radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major … [Read more...]

Cinda Lonsway is Taking Action with 30 Days of ROAR! – starting Sept. 1

  30 Days of ROAR!   30 Days of ROAR! from Cinda Stevens Lonsway on Vimeo.  Partnering with Wild Sister Magazine, which I am a writer contributor. Here is their website for people to join in the Wild Sisterhood online community and participate in the 30 Days of ROAR! . www.wildsister.com ROAR @ Cinda Stevens Lonsway, 2010 It began as a whisper, of one woman leaning into the ear of another, “Do you feel it?” she asked. Then whispered to another, “Do you feel it?” … [Read more...]

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