Using music education to promote inclusive development Para leer en español, haz clik aquí For suggested music to listen while reading this post, click here In 2005, Hurricane Katrina nearly wiped New Orleans off the map. As the city tried to regain its footing and rebuild, another element of the reconstruction became evident; the need to ensure that at risk youth, who … [Read more...] about It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!
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?
Para leer en español, haz click aquí [vsw id="P8GQ2rWjpGw" source="youtube" width="500" height="344" autoplay="no"] Recently, the English actress Emma Watson sent me an invitation. I know, there is an abyss between us: age, interests, backgrounds –even an ocean. But despite all of this, how can I say no to this request? Men: I would like to take this opportunity to … [Read more...] about Invitation accepted: I am part of #Heforshe
Para leer en español, haz clik aquí Follow @calemann A recently published book claims that there is one. Compared with men, it alleges, women don’t consider themselves as ready for promotions, they predict they will do worse on tests, undervalue their scientific skills, and generally underestimate their abilities, therefore opting out of many educational, employment and … [Read more...] about Is there a gender confidence gap?