In this edition, we present an interview from 2019 with Betinna Tucci, Assistant Secretary-General and Controller of the United Nations Department of Management’s Office of Programme Planning, Budget and Accounts, in her first visit to the University for Peace. She shared her experiences as a woman in leadership positions in
Apps del Ciclo Menstrual y el Derecho a la Privacidad ¿Qué sabes sobre el uso que dan las Apps del ciclo menstrual a tus datos? En este podcast, desarrollamos un enfoque desde la perspectiva del Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos entorno con la recolección y uso de datos personales
Founding Sisters Author: Carol Peasley Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/16/2009 As we celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month throughout March, we need to remember that the origins of these events go back to long-ago protests in Europe and the United States for the
On a hot weekday morning about 100 people were meeting in a church in Kainuk, Kenya, a remote rural town on the border between the areas of Turkana and Pokot. Suddenly all the children sitting on the porch of the church took off like a startled flock of birds, running
Few people remain unaffected by the recent economic crises, and small organizations dependent on foundations and fundraising efforts are in a particularly difficult position.
In this timely article, originally published by ON THE ISSUES magazine, Marion Banzhaf offers some welcome advice for women's organizations in particular.
Journalist Rob L. Wagner examines the growing wealth of Saudi Arabian women, who under Sharia have complete control of their finances. Changes in commercial and real estate laws have given women more flexibility in investing their money in business opportunities. However, Saudi society is slow to embrace such changes, creating