Retour en images sur l’évènement du 20 mars. Photos de Raoul Somers.
Whether you are a devoted supporter of the European Union or you haven’t had a chance to learn enough about
As part of our campaign ”My Community, My Vote”, Time for Equality has the pleasure to host a special poetry workshop
Time for Equality is pleased to take part in the Luxembourg-based grassroots campaign to promote greater engagement among citizens of
Find out about our work and support us in the public vote online.
Luxembourg, 18 juin: Projection de Passeurs d’Humanité, film documentaire d’Isabelle Serro, suivie par une conférence-débat avec la réalisatrice, Dr Raphaël Pitti, médecin humanitaire et auteur du livre “Va où l’humanité te porte”.
A perfect answer to THE question which dominated the debate after the screening of Not My Life, the powerful film by Robert Bilheimer on human trafficking and contemporary slavery: “What can I do?”
Time For Equality is a participant in the ING Solidarity Awards. We would like you to find out more about
Time For Equality’s founder and president as storyteller at Hub Dot Luxembourg. Rosa shared this story.
Time For Equality features among the top 50 gender equality blogs and websites in the web.
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.