March 8th: International Women's Day
Are you surprised that the poster is written in Spanish? That’s fully intentional. It has the colors of the old IAW website.
At the moment we don’t want to reminisce, but to focus on the present and the future.
On the occasion of today’s International Women’s Day, we have short reports from four of our members about their countries and some facets of the lives of the women there.
Read the reports about
- the celebration of women in Cameroon by Anne Pélagie Yotchou Tzudjom
- the social situation of women in Guinea Bissau by Munira Jauad Ribeiro
- the digital divide based on gender and financial means in India by Anjana Basu
- the demand to give girls with disabilities unhindered access to digital opportunities by Dr. Ernestine Ngo Melha (linked to the website of AAEEH, please choose the language)four
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