Rita Rhayem: Paving the Way for Women in the Humanitarian World

Humanitarian World

  Rita Rhayem: Paving the Way for Women in the Humanitarian World   What inspired you to embark on this journey in the Humanitarian Field? It was by accident. When searching for a job, I never considered the humanitarian field, until I started working with “Doctors Without Borders”. I discovered a field that leads you…

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Executive-Women & Tawazoun Unite For A Balanced World

Tawazoun

    Executive-Women & Tawazoun Unite For A Balanced World   As a proponent of gender balance, female talent development, and entrepreneurship, Executive-Women(EW) is now spearheading an expansion to enkindle innovative ways in which we can advance the diversity and inclusion agenda, as a business case rather than a cause, and develop new generations of…

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Extreme Feminism: Why are Women Easily Offended Nowadays?

Extreme Feminism

  Extreme Feminism: Why are Women Easily Offended Nowadays?   I’ve heard it and so have you, “We get it, women don’t like it when you offend them today. This has to do with a lot of accumulation on topics related to their rights. But aren’t feminists getting a bit too triggered when you include…

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Humanizing Journalism & Media With Dalal Mawad

Humanizing Journalism

Humanizing Journalism & Media With Dalal Mawad   What helped shape the woman you are today? I think Lebanon itself played a big role in the path I took as a journalist and as a woman. I lived my life witnessing all sorts of injustices and conflicts, it pushed me to use my voice to…

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Is Gender-Based Violence Particularly Feminist?

Gender-based Violence

Is “Gender-Based Violence” Particularly Feminist? As if the arduous situations that lockdown measures have imposed on household members aren’t already enough, Feminists hit us with an additional dilemma to trigger our minds with! Voices have been raised all over the world to reinforce the need for women and vulnerable groups to speak up if they…

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