Not For Profit Organizations Revolutionizing Life for Women in Colombia – Mags Tanev The landscape of women’s rights, education, and empowerment in Colombia has progressed significantly over recent decades. The country has ratified all current international treaties on human and women’s rights, as well as made decisive moves towards enacting laws that promote gender equality […]
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We had the honor of speaking with Ana Maria Agudelo owner of Birdhouse Kitchen and Drinks who works hard against the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in the community. Check out some of the things she shared with us…. What is your name and what is your profession? My name is Ana Maria Agudelo,
COVID-19 has been implacable with our health, our economy, with our natural way of socializing,, even with our little daily banalities – such as going out to have a drink at the corner store. This is something that today we learn to value. We are also experiencing this impact at every moment from our daily
We are in uncertain times where we are all affected and experiencing changing emotions all the time, we could say that we are experiencing a duel as humanity. It is normal to feel fear, anxiety, sadness, constant worry, irritability, difficulties with sleep, among other symptoms, and all this has an effect on how we live
Presenting my final exams, I had an anxiety attack.. I started to feel the beads of sweat running down my back and arms to the palms of my hands, then the exam sheet began to wrinkle, the sweat began to dilute the ink while solving some equations, my lungs shrunk and they did not receive
Part 2: How to define what to do for the rest of my life when I was just defining who I was as a person? – Alexandra Serna Toro
I began to discover my abilities; my artistic streak, a social interest, an awareness for the environment and the countryside, but behind it I had a family and a society that stigmatized these interests as superfluous and unofficial. Partially because I come from a place where I never lacked food, but there were financial shortages.
I have tried to write this story at least three times, each time searching for the exact words to make them feel what I felt and after not finding the perfect way I decided to do it in the most honest way, a demonstration that all attempts will lead you to finding the right path.
Me with Myself – Doña Gladys de Casa Sol y Montaña Women Leaders / Leave a Comment I am a holistic being. I have a body, a mind and a spirit. Like all human beings I found knowledge in schools and universities looking to find outside of myself, what was inside of me. After taking numerous trips
Traveling to France has become the dream of my life and the perfect way to escape a reality that I didn’t like. During my adolescence I spent hours imagining a life in a place other than Colombia, far from violence, instability and even heartbreak. I started studying French when I was fifteen and for two
I’ve always thought about how difficult it is to believe in ourselves and have confidence not only in what we do, but who we are as people. I was an adventurous, cheerful and determined child, confident in what I wanted to do and what I liked. I didn’t doubt myself or my abilities. Ironically, as