By Esta Soler* Para leer en español, hacer click aquí All of us know too well the devastating statistics and horror stories. Every single day millions of women and girls throughout the world are beaten, raped, mutilated and degraded simply for being female. Many live in daily fear of assault or are haunted by crimes that no one should experience. Gender-based violence is … [Read more...] about Violence against women: this problem can be solved
Graphic Design: Lulú Angulo Para leer en español, hacer click aquí … [Read more...] about Violence against women in LAC: Let’s take a look
Para leer en español, haz clik aquí By Kristin Dacey and Sanola Daley* Follow @kristin_dacey Follow @ariels_voice Women are not smart enough to be engineers. Women are not good at math. Isn’t this why globally men earn 70% of doctoral degrees in mathematics and the world rejoiced recently that a woman – Maryam Mirzakhani –won the top prize in mathematics for the first … [Read more...] about Math and science are for men, right?
Para leer en español, haz click aquí By Luz Caballero* Follow @luzcaballero The sentence has rhythm, but it is not true. Road accidents are the leading cause of deaths not related to health in the world. 1.24 million of people die annually in traffic accidents. Around 46% of them are known as vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclist and motorcyclists. Most (56%) are … [Read more...] about Women at the wheel, the danger is real?
Follow @joseluisl Para leer en español, haz clic aquí Did you know that women are less connected than men to Internet and social media? Or that they are less savvy Internet users? Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Marne Levine, Vice President of Global Public Policy at Facebook, to discuss the social and economic implications of this gender digital gap, … [Read more...] about Why women matter at Facebook