February 2019

By Kiran Akthar “ Mama you don't spend time with me anymore ! “ The one sentence I had dreaded so much ever since I became a mother, had become a regular occurrence over the past few weeks. It had all started after the birth of my third child....

By Talat Jalali Women Empowerment is a process to make the women financially independent, educated and progressive, enjoying a good social status. Women since ages have been struggling to be socially and professionally recognized as equivalent to men, even though they constitute almost half of the population in the world. Women...

By Sairah Zubair Khan & Faiqa Zubair Khan                                                   I really identify with the concept on the left, the Japanese art of Kintsukuroi. It really makes sense to me, that what breaks us, somehow makes us more beautiful… How can one woman empower another? An interesting concept to reflect on, I...

By Rositsa Dorovska In my home country – Bulgaria, we used to celebrate International Women‘s day, before it was officially adopted by the United Nations in 1975, due to our communist past. The Soviet Union doctrine was about fast industrialization and women were treated and...

By Anne McGarth I think I was very lucky that I went to a school where the ethos was that we could become or achieve whatever we wanted so long as we had aptitude and worked hard. We were unaware that we might come across any other obstacles such...

By Lizzie Daniell With March celebrating International Women’s Day, it’s time to reconnect with our femininity and those wonderful female energies around us - reminding ourselves how amazing we are and how much joy we are able to emanate to the world! (Hey guys, this article is no reflection on your...