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Our combined talent, expertise, passion and commitment have made the CINE ONU / Time For Equality screening of SOLD a successful awareness-raising event. We have received many positive comments and reactions and it is all because of you – the audience and our contributors: THANK YOU!
Follow up to our event to raise awareness of human trafficking and children’s rights: a photoreportage by Raoul Somers and points for action.
To raise awareness of human trafficking and children’s rights, the United Nations and Time for Equality present the screening of “Sold”, a film by Jeffrey D. Brown, followed by an interactive panel discussion.
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.
Le pouvoir de la littérature et des histoires pour comprendre la réalité et promouvoir le changement. C’est le fil
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This prestigious award recognizes outstanding contributions from women and men (individuals and organizations) in addressing the digital gender divide. Deadline: 31 July
“This agreement is an important step forward to ensure that the internet remains a place of free and democratic expression, where European values and laws are respected” – Vĕra Jourová
Minoo Khaleghi easily won a seat in the Iranian Parliament in February, part of a wave of independents and reformists
Global leaders will meet at the first ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. One of the seven high-level roundtables will focus on women and girls. Follow the event via livestream
Our action will focus on “inclusive workplaces”: until mid September 2016 we will share blogs, articles, interviews, looking at various angles of diversity and inclusion, and highlight best practice, hands-on tips and advice.