Modern slavery is all around us, even though most of us do not even realise it. 21 million women, men and children are trapped in slavery, three out of every 1,000 people worldwide. 4.5 million are victims of sexual exploitation.
Time For Equality will take part in the wonderful 32nd Migrations Festival in Luxembourg, an event celebrating diversity, inclusion and cooperation. We are looking forward to meeting you at our stand and at our events there!
Time for Equality, avec la Libreria Italiana Lussemburgo, ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la présentation du livre « Non dirmi che hai
Première à Luxembourg du film-documentaire “Io sto con la sposa” en présence de Gabriele Del Grande, régisseur, le 15 mars à LuxExpo, Salon des Migrations.
Men and women are not and never will be the same, but they should have the same rights, says MEP Marc Tarabella, rapporteur.
The first Barometer on Diversity and Business in Luxembourg was launched at a press conference in December 2014 in the presence
Le premier Baromètre Diversité & Entreprise Lëtzebuerg a été présenté à la presse le 10 décembre 2014 en présence de
“This prize won’t have any significance to the female victims of sexual violence, if you won’t join us in our quest for peace, justice and democracy.”
Our main take away from this event is that it’s time for action, here and now, with the resources and the means that you have. There is no time to lose in waiting for the “right” moment or the ideal situation.
Child slavery today is at an all-time high. 26% of slaves today are children under 18 years, with some being as young as five. Forced to work for up to 18 hours a day, these children are sold at prices less than even that of cattle.
Interview with the Centre for Partnership and Equality in Bucharest, an NGO working in the fields of gender equality, diversity and inclusion since 2002.
Breaking the Cycle UK was founded in 2011 by Siddika Ahmed to support the education of secondary school girls from financially disadvantaged families in Greater Sylhet, Bangladesh.