Planning a holiday can be chaotic, whether it is the festive season or you just decided to take a break from work. A lot goes into taking a break; regardless of the irony, many people can relate to this. Some people even leave their holidays or breaks more stressed than before. This is why it is essential to start planning for everything well in advance and to create a travel to-do list, or rather, what to do before the travel.
Exotic or Invisible – Asian American Women Experience Discrimination
Asian Americans face discrimination much like other minorities in the US. A rise in hate crimes of over 70% was recorded between 2019 and 2020, which some have linked to the COVID-19 outbreak that originated in China.
USAID Announces GROW Initiative to Help Women Face Threats From Climate Change, Food Crisis
Generating Resilience and Opportunities for Women (GROW) is an emerging program from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) that addresses the urgent problems women face in the food and water systems, including climate change while permitting them to advance economically. This program will ultimately benefit their families, communities, and societies through increased food security, resilience, and economic growth.
Reasons why women should be celebrated
As we continue celebrating women, it is pertinent to understand that women are God’s unique gift to humanity. A woman is an irreplaceable force that must be reckoned with. According to Diane Mariechild, “A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.”
AWBEN Launches New Initiative to Celebrate Women in Energy
The African Women Business Energy Network has revealed plans to inaugurate a new program to celebrate women in the energy sector and equip them for a progressive future to continue supporting femininity.
Judith Neilson Foundation Strengthens Women Wildlife Rangers with U.S.$700k Grant
To recruit additional women as wildlife rangers to defend the expanding wilderness portfolio, the Judith Neilson Foundation has supported the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF) with a US$700,000 (A$1 million) grant, which will be used to reinforce its ‘Akashinga – Nature Protected by Women’ program in Zimbabwe.
Seven Fashion Trends For Women In 2023
By Ekemini Etukudo It turns out that the “new year, new me” strategy is compatible with a great deal more than just our objectives. The start of a new year provides the ideal opportunity to try something new. While large corporations are establishing their goals or global industries are adapting to new developments, taking advantage of opportunities to shake things up is also central to the fashion industry. Therefore, as expected this new year, we’re eager to see a few striking recent fads take to the middle stage for the current year. We can’t wait to see what 2023 has in store for women’s fashion—think gothic lace, asymmetrical angles, and shimmering silver. Therefore, a list of the seven most anticipated fashion trends for women for the year 23 has been compiled. Lace is the one material that has dominated the most recent runways. It is making a comeback with some…