In this book, we demonstrate the opportunities and achievements in which gender equality and women’s empowerment has been dealt with in development policy and practice has often excluded sexuality and femininity with individuality. Looking through sexuality adds something very valuable to our efforts to promote women’s empowerment
A short story. Love is expected to last but, when relationships break down, each person has their own way of hurting, and their own way of redressing the balance, sometimes through reparation, and sometimes through reprisal.
Chto na samom dele znajut o tebe ljudi, kotorye polagajut, chto znajut tebja? Naskol'ko horosho ty sama sebja znaesh'? Interesno li tebe vyjasnjat', kakie sposobnosti u tebja est', i kakie vozmozhnosti oni tebe otkryvajut? Meshaet ili pomogaet tebe osoznanie prinadlezhnosti k zhenskomu polu? Jeta kniga - vozmozhnost' dlja soderzhatel'nogo i motivirujushhego dialoga.
Edith Poor’s "Voicework" is a catalyst to help women locate their own voices, then understand what their “leadership voice” can be. Throughout history, public speaking has been dominated by men. A strong bias against the female voice has become widespread. In "Voicework," Edith Poor -- a nationally celebrated public speaking consultant -- offers women profound insights to address this dilemma.
Ms. Lawrence evocatively chronicles the adventure of moving to a Third World country: from the decision-making process to the move to their first year abroad. You'll laugh, you'll cry... but mostly, you'll feel inspired!