On Tuesday 12 February 2019, Time for Equality in collaboration with Rotondes, Luxembourg hosted the second event of the season
The Journey of a Migrant is the first of series of discussions which will take place over the coming months that aim to tackle and highlight the pertinent issues relating migration, the current global refugee crisis and the response of our societies – by Arron Mc Ardle
Arron Mc Ardle on the recent report by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, the first to look comprehensively into various fundamental rights abuses in private homes across Europe of domestic workers in EU Member States.
… human dignity and freedom are not finite resources, that the more you parcel them out the less you have
NEW on our Equality Blog : Arron Mc Cardle on the Ciné ONU screening of The Workers Cup in Luxembourg
“I have been thinking for days and days how I could explain what’s happening there, how I could describe it so well that you can really imagine what it is like”
L’association WISE nous présente l’aide humanitaire en direction des exilés dans les Hauts-de-France. Time For Equality soutient cette action et vous invite à y participer (détails et contacts dans l’article).
The mosquito buzzing in the room is so tiny, so why is it so hard to fall asleep? Perhaps it is not time to sleep. The fact that as a society we have millions of women, men, children trafficked, exploited and trapped in slavery around the world is intolerable and unacceptable.
Time For Equality’s founder and president as storyteller at Hub Dot Luxembourg. Rosa shared this story.
“Blindfold”: a beautiful song, a documentary and an amazing project that challenges perceptions about disability and creativity, talent and barriers. We asked Marie Naffah to share this story.
Now more than ever, Europe needs political leaders to work with and for LGBTI people in Europe (Joyce Hamilton, Co-Chair
After a 4-year old nursery student was sexually assaulted in a local school last October, the Bangalore city police identified a set of new guidelines that city schools must follow to curb sexual violence on school grounds.