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YOUNG VILLAGE WOMEN FIGHTING TO SAVE INDIA'S ENDANGERED TIGERS by Bittu Sahgi

Posted by Vinanti Sarkar Castellarin on December 20, 2014 at 7:30am 0 Comments



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Deconstructing edifice...

Posted by Sushmita Mukherjee on December 19, 2014 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Deconstructing Edifice by VOWW Member Sushmita, in Kolkhota - India

 

What a respite, deconstructing the edifice of the conditioned mind, provides, despite the concomitant jarring and rubbles that one has to wade through. As the realities, of being, the truth of one’s being, the existence behind existence, eternal, are experienced, the subjective is seen through, the objective truths leading to and through one’s objective, purpose of and in life. Then, one’s own…

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VOWW MEMBER FIONA CITIIN WRITES: "OBSESSED WITH SUCCESS" GENERATION FF: Successes, Odds and New Year's Resolution

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1ST NOMINATION - ARTIST NIKKI ANAND - FOR VOWW'S SUCCESSFUL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2014

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MONEY AND THE MYTH OF FREEDOM...

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* * * * * * * * * ============================================== VOICES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE is one of the fastest growing GLOBAL multimedia network communities. expanding into strong voices for the "voiceless" of 1,500+ members spreading across 120 countries, represented by Country Representatives and VOWW Youth Ambassadors... Lets network and introduce ourselves and share our stories on who YOU are, and what YOU accomplished and what you're looking to achieve for the Successful Achievement Awards 2014. Let's welcome each other to inspire and motivate as a truly global community! Let's assist wherever WE can! You never know when a new connection will change the path of your life or career. Be strong voices of networking and collaborating together. We at VOWW are all part of this global network together! ============================================== Sharon Mather... A very Merry Christmas" to everyone here at VOWW.. May next year bring us closer to our dreams.. for a fair and just life for all women and children. May we all continue ... to strive to improve the situation for all the many women and children ... who struggle daily through violence ... sexual abuse and other sad violations committed against them ... Thank you to all who have supported VOWW in your own way ... We appreciate it ... we encourage cultural diversity ... compassion and the willingness to listen and act Merry Christmas ... let us remember the many who don't see or know this peace. Sharon Mather, Co-Founder VOWW/Voices for women worldwide. =====================================================India Arie - Pearls Published on May 29, 2013 "India Arie's take on the Sade classic...From the album Testimony, Volume 2: Love & Politics.

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Malala’s Message Why the world should care about Malala — and all the girls like her, all around the world A year ago I sat in a New York City public high school and listened to a girl from West Africa tell me about her own personal and years-long fight to stay in school. She wanted to stay in the classroom, even go to college, but her father wanted her to marry a man from his home country and to abandon her studies in favor of becoming a wife and mother right away. With visible anguish she told me of a friend, a classmate from Yemen, who hadn’t been as lucky as she had thus far managed to be: the year before her father had taken her out of high school against her will and sent her to Yemen to marry a husband of his choice. A few years earlier I interviewed a girl in Afghanistan around the age of 11 or 12 who told me about wanting to become an airline pilot. Her mother had married her off to an older man and she had been “rescued” by a local shelter that wanted to keep her in school. In India I met a mother who told me education was not for girls. She herself had been brought to her husband’s house when she was not even ten years old. That was how they did things in her community, she said. But her daughter had been part of a program that offered parents a financial incentive for keeping their girls unwed until the age of 18. The girl had had the chance to go to school. And now she was hoping desperately that college might be possible. It didn’t look likely. Today, as Malala Yousafzai accepts the Nobel Peace Prize for her courage in standing up to the Taliban and fighting for her right to go to school, we must remember how much fight remains ahead. In corners all around the world, from New York to New Delhi, West Africa to southern California, girls are battling for their own right to learn. To achieve. To dream. Often these girls are shunned by their families and ostracized by their communities simply because they want to learn and are willing to risk nearly everything just to stay in a classroom. Like Malala, they want simply to have the opportunity to pick up a pencil, read a book and become who they would be if no barriers stood in their way. Often the world has seen fit to applaud heroines like Malala and then go back about its business. But the call to action Malala has issued on behalf of all the other girls like her whom we will never meet must be heeded alongside the headlines of her inspiring triumph. A 2014 UNESCO report notes that in 2011, 57 million children were out of school. Girls account for more than half of this figure. In Arab nations, 60 percent of the children out of school are girls, a figure UNESCO notes has not changed since 2000. Most of these kids out of school will never make it into a classroom. Notes UNESCO, “the same is true for almost two of three girls in the Arab States and sub-Saharan Africa.” “In sub-Saharan Africa, only 23% of poor girls in rural areas were completing primary education by the end of the decade. If recent trends in the region continue, the richest boys will achieve universal primary completion in 2021, but the poorest girls will not catch up until 2086.” The world does not have until 2086. Education matters too much to the world’s progress to wait another seven decades. Girls who are educated often have the confidence to stand up against early marriage and avoid the perils of early childbirth and the health risks that accompany it. Educated parents are more likely to have better nourished and better educated children. And as Education Secretary Arne Duncan has noted, low educational attainment is among the strongest predictors of future violence. If you want a safer, richer, better educated and more stable world, in other words, it begins with education. For everyone. “When I heard that I cannot go to school, I just for a second thought that I would never able become a doctor or I would never be able to be who I want to be in the future, and my life would be just getting married at the age of 13 or 14, not going to school, not becoming who I really can be, so I decided that I will speak up,” Yousafzai said when she learned last October that she had won the Nobel Peace Prize. “This award is for all those children who are voiceless, whose voices need to be heard. And I speak for them and I stand up with them and I join them in their campaign, that their voices should be heard.” The moment is here to hear the voices and see the faces of girls who will never have the chance to sit at a desk and learn. And to realize that our future is bound with theirs. We will never know how much potential is lost to the thwarted dreams and suffocated hopes of girls torn from their studies. But we can be certain it will leave all of us a world that is poorer, less healthy and more dangerous. That is Malala’s message. And it hits a lot closer to home than many of us would imagine. ===========================CHERYL BRAGANZA, Montreal Woman of the Year 2008.....painter, writer, poet, pianist, cancer survivor. "I want my art to play a role in lifting people's spirits, in challenging their assumptions, in provoking thought ..... thus promoting dialogue between peoples towards peace. JE DÉSIRE QUE LE REGARD PORTÉ SUR MON ART PROVOQUE LA RÉFLEXION ET INVITE LE DIALOGUE DES PEUPLES VERS LA PAIX." Write to me/écrivez-moi cheryl@cherylbraganza.com http://picturetrail.com/sfx/album/slideshow/24208104 ===================================================

Published on Jul 1, 2014 How to Do a Breast Cancer Self Exam Circle Method Video, The circle method is one of many ways to perform a self breast exam. Watch our video to learn proper technique and what to look for while inspection. How to Do a Breast Cancer Self Exam Circle Method The circle method of self breast exam should start from the outside and work in towards the nipple. It goes from the breast bone, to the armpit, and gradually going around in three motions: one that's light, one that's deeper, and one that's deepest still. So you want to feel a tumor that's at the top, or superficial, in the middle, or down near the chest wall, so I'm trying to do that. Remember that there's a tail of the breast that goes up into the armpit, so you want to cover the entire breast. And slowly but gradually work your way around, using three fingers with the pads of the finger. Those are the most sensitive part of the finger, to feel. And using small circular motions as you go, so it's a big circle, and small circular motions as you go. Remember to feel under the nipple, and in this model, there's actually a tumor under this nipple that I can feel with these three fingers in a circular motion. It's actually fairly big. Now, breast self exams are not recommended by the American Cancer Society except to get to know your breast so that you become the expert in your breasts, and you know if there are any changes. They should be done about seven days after your period, or, if you're post menopausal, the same day every month. Remember, if you see somebody everyday, you don't see them change. If you feel a lump, and you're not sure what it might be, or even if you think you know what it is, please see your doctor so that they can do a clinical breast exam and advise you what to do next.

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Merry Christmas and happy New Year! Peace,love and light! - Buon Natale e Felice Anno nuovo! Pace, amore e luce! -

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Buon Natale e Felice Anno nuovo! Pace, amore e luce!Merry Christmas and happy New Year! Peace,love and light! Continue

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