Women’s Rights


The statue of Liberty not permitted to women! Travel / Women's Rights

The statue of Liberty is the most widely recognizable symbol of freedom. For all the immigrants who came through that passage and saw it, they knew they were in the promised land, a place where they could realize their dreams. In 1865, as the American civil war ended, the French historian Edouard de Laboulaye proposed that France create a statue to offer to the United States...

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Gender Equality vs Gender Equity Women's Rights

You may have heard Patricia Arquette advocating for pay equality at the Oscars when she accepted her prize. She blew the audience away with her moving acceptance speech about gender and how it affects the rights of men and women differently. The gender wage gap in Hollywood is one example, but the difference is found almost everywhere: girls and women do not have the same...

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ICTS for Women’s Rights Movements Event / Women's Rights

We did it! As part of the Social Good Summit organized by Mashable, United Nations Foundation and UNDP, EasyPoli organized the FIRST ever Social Good Summit Meetup in Canada. And, it was a great event! The event featured multilingual digital specialist Khady Ndoye and gender specialist Annie Kashamura Zawadi. Together, we talked about the use of ICTs for strengthening women’s rights movements. Did you know that...

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