Posts Tagged ‘HumanRights’
Rita Rhayem: Paving the Way for Women in the 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 Read MoreRead More
Extreme Feminism: Why are Women Easily Offended Nowadays?
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 Read MoreRead More
Extraterritoriality of Sanctions from a Corruption Lens
Extraterritoriality of Sanctions from a Corruption Lens The end of World War II shaped a new world order steering away from military confrontations, marking the birth of international initiatives that came to play a prominent role in the international diplomacy. These initiatives introduced international and regional organisations that took part in international politics Read MoreRead More
To celebrate the International Women’s Month, “Empower Now”, a 1st Digital Edition two-day Forum organized and hosted by Executive-Women, will be gathering leaders, experts, and Business owners from across the globe to provide action-oriented guidance and expertise. From Leadership to Digital Transformation; From Social Responsibility to Entrepreneurship; from supporting Women-led small businesses to fighting gender Read MoreRead More
Humanizing Journalism & Media With Dalal Mawad
Is Gender-Based Violence Particularly Feminist?
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 Read MoreRead More
Ruba El-Amine – Social Entrepreneur & Award-Winning Design Activist
Ruba El-Amine – Social Entrepreneur, Award-Winning Design Activist & Human Rights Advocate Ruba is a Lebanese national who grew up between the Middle East and Europe. She is a graphic design and advertising graduate, acquiring her education from the Lebanese American University (LAU) in Beirut. Following a solid career in corporate branding Read MoreRead More