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Elika Ashoori

Elika Ashoori, is a British-Iranian actress living in London who continues to pressure the the British government to take action for the release of her unjustly imprisoned father in Iran.

Elika is a British-Iranian actress, living in London, UK. She graduated from the University of Kent, in Visual and Performing Arts and spent a further two years studying acting at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup.

She finished her studies in April 2012 and has since performed in four short films, and a comedy feature film. Her latest works include two plays in the 2013 Brighton and Camden Fringe Festivals.

She has since performed in various film and stage productions, including plays at the 2013 Camden Fringe Festivals, The House of Bernarda Alba at Brighton Fringe Festival in 2013.

She also performed in the award-winning production of ‘The Crucible’ with The Pretty Villain theatre company at the Brighton Fringe Festival in 2014, the Heidelberg Iranian Theatre Festival in 2015, and many more.

Her impressive body of work includes lead roles in Films such as Thunder & Lightning and numerous appearances in various theater companies.

Outside her acting career, Elika is also a market pattissarie chef, specializing in macarons at the Greenwich Market.

In her free time, Elika has always found poetry to be a therapeutic form of expressing herself. She has been writing poems both in Persian and English since a very young age, some of which have been featured in poetry collections both online and in paperback.

Her time is consumed these days as she is doing whatever she can to gain the release of her father who has been imprisoned in the notorious Evin prison in Iran on false charges. He was convicted of spying and given a 10-year prison sentence - of which he has already served 3 1/2 years. In his 60's Elika fears for his health and is working around the clock to have the British government take decisive actions to gain his release.

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Didem Balçın

Didem Balçın, born on May 18th, 1982 in Ankara, Turkey is a Turkish actress who shot to stardom after appearing in the films Full of Hunger and Dance with Jackals.

She graduated from Ankara University School of Literature, History and Geography with a degree in theatre studies.

After graduating, she came to Istanbul and took part in various Television series and commercials.

One of her first was a part in the play "Where the Fire Falls" at the Levent Kırca Theatre. In 2009, she founded her own theater with Nergis Öztürk.

She shared the Lions Best Comedy Actress award with her partner for her comedy play "Two People Who Did It". ( Bunu Yapan İki Kişi )

The successful actress, who took part in many theater plays in the following years, founded Doda Art Education Consultancy Production Company with her older sister Özlem Kunduracı in 2011.

She has also acted in many films and TV series such as "Çakallarla Dans: Sifir Sikinti" in 2014, "Oflu Hoca'nin Sifresi" in 2014 "Gulyabani" in 2014, "Dirilis: Ertugrul" television series during 2014 through 2016 - a part in which she was completely brilliant.

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Bensu Soral

Bensu Soral, born on the 23rd of March 1991 in Bursa, Turkey is a Turkish actress who held supporting roles in the television series called Yol Ayrimi, Vicdan and Boynu Bükükler between 2012 and 2014.

The talented and beautiful Turkish model and actress was then cast in the 2015 series Tatli Küçük Yalancilar (Sweet Little Liars) where she acted alongside Şükrü Özyıldız, Dilan Çiçek Deniz, Büşra Develi, Alperen Duymaz, Beste Kökdemir, Burak Deniz and Melisa Şenolsun.

During 2016 was cast in the television series Icerde where she played the role of Melek opposite to Çağatay Ulusoy.

In 2018 she made her film debut in Organize İşler 2: Sazan Sarmalı alongside Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Ezgi Mola and Yılmaz Erdoğan.

She was then in 2018 set to play a leading role in the Iranian-Turkish film Mest-i Aşk alongside İbrahim Çelikkol, Selma Ergeç, Shahab Hosseini, Parsa Pirouzfar, Hande Erçel and Boran Kuzum.

She started her acting career by the help and support of her sister Hande Soral who is an actress also.

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Tuvana Türkay

Tuvana Türkay was born on the 3rd of October, 1990 in Üsküdar, Istanbul, Turkey.

After studying at Istanbul Sun College, she completed a degree in radio, television, and cinema at Beykent University.

Film and television star who first rose to fame after her 2009 debut on the show Ayrilik. She went on to become widely known for her roles in the films Eksik sayfalar and Bizans Oyunlari.

Her older sister, Katre Türkay, is also a model and an actress. She is of Crimean Turkic descent on her mother's side. Her father is a Bulgar Turk.

In the television series ‘Kara Para Aşk’ which is aired after the finale of ‘ Yer Gök Aşk’on ATV, she portrayed the character Bahar Çınar successfully and gave up her role with the finale of season story.

Next she portrayed the character of Sema Taşkın in the family-oriented comedy ‘Güvercin Uçuverdi’ which is a production of TAFF Pictures.

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Buse İskenderoğlu

Buse İskenderoğlu, born in January 1st, 1997 in Yalova, Turkey is an actress, known for Hemen Döneriz in 2019, won the title of Miss Turkey in 2016 and also represented her country at Miss World competition in Washington D.C.

Buse is a student who loves to meet new people. She shares that one of the best fun things for her would be discovering and exploring different kinds of new cultures, for which she would love to travel the world and interact with these diverse people.

The beauty contest winner wants to be a good model and prepared herself well for this pageant as the endeavours it could bring to her life and career are sizeable.

She shared her secret wish to attend Victoria’s Secret Runway. When asked about her personal motto, she shares that she always abides by the saying - “Never say never.”

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Rabia Soytürk

Rabia Soytürk, born on March 11th, 1996 in Istanbul, Turkey under the zodiac sign of Aquarius, is an actress. Her latest roll is in the television series Alparslan: Büyük Selçuklu in the role of Karaca Hatun.

This series is about a Sultan of the Great Selcuks named Alp Arslan. He is the second sultan of the Selcuk dynasty. The series mainly explains the key moments in the life of Alp Arslan.

His real name was Muhammad bin Dawud Chaghri, and it was he who greatly expanded the Seljuk territory and consolidated his power, defeating rivals to south and northwest.

His victory over the Byzantines at the Battle of Manzikert, in 1071, ushered in the Turkoman settlement of Anatolia.

For his military prowess and fighting skills he was bestowed with the name of Alp Arslan, which means "Heroic Lion" in Turkish.

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Burçin Abdullah

Burçin Abdullah, born on July 22nd, 1987 in Bursa, Turkey is a film, television and stage actress, known for Kötü Yol in 2012, Kollama in 2008 and Selam 2013.

She is from a Tatar family who emigrated from Romania. She has a brother and a sister and her family resides in the state of Missouri in the USA.

But is best known for playing the role of Helena on the television series Resurrection: Ertugrul. She has also appeared in films such as Ac kapiyi cok fenayim and Adam misin! and she appeared as herself as a guest on the television program Dada Dandinista in 2015.

One of her earliest roles was she was cast in the role of Lamia in the 1998 television show Üvey baba.

She acted with Esra Bilgic who played the role of Halime Hatun in the television series Resurrection: Ertugrul.

She first drew the attention of audiences for her role as a little girl in the series Üvey Baba released in 1998 when she played the character of Lamia.

She studied at Akasya High School in Fatih, Istanbul and she graduated from Marmara University, Department of Economics in Istanbul.

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Hande Subaşi

Hande Subaşi, born on February 21st, 1984 in Ankara, Turkey is an actress, known for Gelecekten Bir Gün in 2010, Anadolu Kartallari in 2011 and Diriliş: Ertuğrul in 2014 in which she played the role Aykiz - a beautiful bad ass Kayi woman who was by far my favorite cast member.

From the very first episode of the series, the character of Aykiz was in love with Turgut Alp, one of the key warriors in Ertugrul's group of warriors and definitely the closest to him.

> In Dirilis: Ertugrul she was the childhood sweetheart and first wife of Turgut Alp and spiritual daughter of Hayme Hatun and blood daughter of Deli Demir.

She has an unexpected fight with Selcan Hatun resulting in her being falsely accused of murdering the unborn child of Selcan and Gundogdu bey.

When Selcan demands she be punished she is given the punishment of being lashed in front of the whole Kayi tribe 30 times.

All through the top-rated first season of Dirilis: Ertugrul, Aykiz stood up for what was right, fought bravely and endured abuse. She was the most honest and direct of the women - and definitely the strongest.

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Alina Boz

Alina Boz, born on the 14th of June, 1998 in Moscow, Russia is a Turkish actress and model. Known for her role as Mahur Türel in Maraşlı opposite Burak Deniz as well as Eda in the Netflix series Aşk 101.

Boz started acting at a very young age due to her interest in art with the theater plays she watched in Russia when she was young.

Her mother is Russian and her father is Turkish. Her paternal grandparents were Bulgarian Turks - a Turk minority in Bulgaria and then they immigrated from Bulgaria to Turkey.

She was seven when her family moved to Turkey due to her father's new job. There she learned Turkish and attended primary school. She speaks Turkish, Russian and English.

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Arpi Alto

Arpi Alto, born on September 30th, 1990 in Yerevan, Armenia is a singer, songwriter, musician, performer, record producer and actress from Armenia. ( Birth name: Arpine Mikayeli Ter-Petrosyan )

She'll have a role in the latest film by Swiss director Henry Follonier in his upcoming film Un parfum pour l'âme.

Arpi Alto has become a big sensation on the internet recently - and well deserved. The reason is her exceptional vocal talent, but not as some claim being due to her close resemblance to a young Julia Roberts.

There is definately a resemblance - both women are exceptionally beautiful, but both retain their own unique characteristics.

People pointed out the obvious likeness of the two women, at times suggesting the possibility that Arpi may even be Roberts’ daughter.

When commenting on the rumors, Arpi remarked that although Julia Roberts is a very beautiful actress, she still believes she looks just like her own mother.

Listen to her voice and you'll soon become a fan of this beautiful and talented singer and actress.

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Alina Adzika

Alina Adzika, born on the 22nd of December, 1990 in Belarus came to international attention when she appeared in numerous videos of a YouTube Channel called Bald and Bankrupt as a traveling companion of a British travel vlogger and author.

She captured the attention of most of Ben's 2.6 million viewers with her great looks, quick wit and unpretentious personality..

It is unclear just how Benjamin and Alina became acquainted and when they decided to include Alina in numerous videos of travels in Russia, Belarus, Moldovia, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Cuba, and other locations in Africa such as Mauritas.

Anyone who has seen the videos on this YouTube Channel will agree that even though Ben's videos are very engaging and entertaining, the videos with Alina are the crem-de-la-crem.

There is something about her sense of humor coupled with her delightful personality that captures everyones attention and ellicits a certain respect for her ability to be such an easy-going and down-to-earth kind of girl.

She simply has that kind of presence that makes one immediately like her.

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Royal Gorge Bridge

Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction near Cañon City, Colorado off Highway 50 towards Salida west of town.

It is within Royal Gorge Bridge & Park - a 360-acre entertainment park located along the edge of the Royal Gorge around both ends of the bridge.

The road leading to and across the bridge from Highway 50 is designated as Fremont County Road 3A and begins about 10 miles or 16 kilometers west of Cañon City.

The bridge remains the highest bridge in the United States and was among the ten highest bridges in the world until 2012.

The Royal Gorge Bridge maintained the title of the world's highest suspension bridge until the Beipan River Guanxing Highway Bridge was completed in 2003 in China..

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Phantom Canyon Road

Phantom Canyon Road is a highly scenic mountain road that connected the gold mines of Cripple Creek and Victor via a railroad with ore processing facilities on the Arkansas River in Florence, Colorado.

Phantom Canyon Road goes to Victor and Cripple Creek, Colorado from a turnoff about 5 miles east of Canon City, Colorado on Highway US 115.

It starts out paved, but before long it becomes a narrow gravel road through this historic route of the Florence & Cripple Creek Railroad built back in 1894.

It was built during the heyday of the gold mining era as a connection from ore processing facilities in Florence to the goldfields of Cripple Creek and Victor.

The road increases in elevation from 5,500 to 9,500 feet and offers the chance to see a wide range of plants and wildlife in their natural setting.

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Kale Powell

Lake Powell is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona in the United States.

A popular vacation spot visited by about two million people every year. It is the second largest man-made reservoir by maximum water capacity in the United States behind Lake Mead.

Lake Powell was created by the flooding of Glen Canyon by the Glen Canyon Dam Project, which also led to the creation of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area - a popular holiday destination on public land managed by the National Park Service.

The reservoir is named for explorer John Wesley Powell, a one-armed American Civil War veteran who explored the river via three wooden boats in 1869.

It primarily lies in parts of Garfield, Kane, and San Juan counties in southern Utah, with a small portion in Coconino County in northern Arizona.

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Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

These Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a national park in the Maranhão state of northeastern Brazil, just east of the Baía de São José. It is an area of low, flat and often flooded land overlaid with large pristine white sand dunes. .

It covers roughly 1,500 square klometers or 580 square miles. Even with abundant rainfall while supporting almost no vegetation, this area became a National Park in Brazil on June 2nd, 1981.

Composed of brilliant white sand dunes, at first glance the Lençóis Maranhenses looks like a typical desert, but in fact it is no desert at all. Situated just outside the Amazon Basin, this area is subject to a consistent rainy season during the beginning of the year.

The rains cause an interesting phenomenon - the rain water collects in the low areas between sand dunes and is prevented from seeping down by a layer of impermeable rock which lies just underneath the sand. Varying shades of blue, green and black 'lagoons' result and are surrounded by the desert-like white sand.

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Aizanoi

Aizanoi, was an Ancient Greek: city in what is now Turkish Anatolia and the main settlement of the Aizanitis people living in ancient Phrygia.

In the excavations carried out around the Temple of Zeus, located on a high plateau of the village of Çavdarhisar in Kütahya province in Turkey, it was seen that traces of a settlement dating back to 3,000 BC had been discovered.

During the Hellenistic Period, this region was subordinate to Pergamum and Bithynia alternately, but in 133 BC it came under Roman rule.

In Aizanoi, the economy prospered due to grain cultivation, growing wine-making grapes, and wool production during the Roman imperial period.

The areas reputation exceeded the borders of the region, but definitive evidence of urbanization can only be found towards the end of the 1st century BC. It is also known that the first coins were minted during this period.

The ancient city was at it's zenith in the 2nd century AD, as major construction activities and many buildings were built in this period.

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Bazda Caves

Bazda Cavesare about a half-hour drive away from Harran in the Sanliurfa Province in Turkey. The road there is narrow and full of potholes and these caves are not what would be deemed natural caves.

All the walls are straight; almost as though the rock was cut into large square pieces and removed. So, where did the stones come from that had built so much of what once was a very powerful and important nearby city now named Harran?

Archaeologists have found writing on the walls dating back to the 13th century that say the stones that they carved out of the Bazda caves were what was used to create the buildings in Harran.

Hundreds of slaves had worked around the clock to create a city that would be of historical importance at that time.

Interesting because centuries later nobody would remember it or be able to place the name Harran although famous scientists have studied and researched it extensively.

Travelers that venture to Harran and it's beehive houses scattered amongst ancient ruins find themselves at the end of a long dusty drive into the semi-desert area around Urfa.

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Trails of Lycia

These Lycian Rock Tombs were for the burials of Kings and other high-ranking individuals of the Lycian Empire.

This once decadent, lively center of commerce between the Mediterranean and Aegean seas dates from the 4th century, and represents an astonishing multi-cultural tapestry of Persian, Greek, Roman and Byzantine influences.

In addition to the acropolis, Kaunos' key features include elaborate, cliff-side, rock-cut tombs with imposing facades typical of the Greek Hellenic tradition, as well as Roman baths.

There's also a 4th century Byzantine church, a number of both Greek and Roman temples, and a magnificently-preserved, 2nd century amphitheater that seated 5,000 spectators while offering them breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding countryside.

There are several developed trail systems near Dalyan that give hikers a taste of great cultures that existed in the area, like ECO Trails, the Lycian Way Trail, and the Carian Trail.

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Chaco Canyon, is where an 11th century pictograph at Chaco Canyon may depict the supernova of AD 1054.

This supernova and the Moon were in this configuration when the supernova was near its brightest. An imprint of a hand at the top signifies that this is a sacred place.

Chaco Culture National Historical Park is a major unit of the United States National Park System located within the Navajo Nation in northwest New Mexico.

It preserves extensive ancestral pueblos of prehistoric native American Indian communities. Chaco Canyon's largest pueblo, Pueblo Bonito, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

For many years, people referred to the great houses in Chaco Canyon as ruins, but modern Pueblo Tribal members consider it more respectful to refer to the sites as ancestral pueblos.

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Frijoles Canyon

Frijoles Canyon , hosts ancient cliff dwellings situated in such stunning scenery that anyone who visits Santa Fe, New Mexico will want to visit Bandelier National Monument to hike around them. It sits about an hour distant from the city via St. Francis Drive, also known as Highway 84/285 that goes to Los Alamos.

Take St. Francis Drive/Highway 84/285 past Pojoaque and merge right onto New Mexico Highway 502 to Los Alamos. Once on 502 continue on towards Los Alamos and keep an eye out for an opportunity to bear right and exit onto New Mexico 4 for 12 miles towards and passing White Rock.

Once past White Rock the entrance to Bandelier National Monument is on the left. There is a fee for entrance which is $6.00 per day for a single vehicle, $12.00 for a seven-day pass or $30.00 for an annual pass to the monument. A free camping permit can be obtained on site.

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Carolina Sevilla

Carolina Sevilla is the former Consul at the Consulate of Costa Rica in New York City, the former Minister Counsellor to the Security Council Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations. She is now the founder and managing director of 5minutebeachcleanup and the Director of Operations for BIONIC YARN.

BIONIC® transforms recovered plastic recovered from ocean shores into high-quality thread repurposed to create high-performance gear for O'Neill, Moncler®, Chanel®, Polo Ralph Lauren®, G-STAR Raw® and Burton Snowboards®, as well as reclaimed evening dresses for H&M® Conscious Exclusive collection and others.

Carolina studied International Human Rights Law and recieved her Masters in Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica and attended Universidad Federada Colegio Santo Tomas where she recieved a Master of Arts in Law - also in San José, Costa Rica.

She left her career in New York City to move back to Costa Rica to start an ocean clean-up initiative she named the 5 minute beach cleanup which she manages from her tree house on the beach in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica most months of the year or from San José in her home country of Costa Rica the rest of the time. Her videos have gone viral with over 22 million views - the global movement has over 30,000 followers. Recently at the Clinton Foundation - Clinton Global Initiative, Former US President Bill Clinton gave 5 MINUTE BEACH CLEANUP FOUNDATION a Commitment to Action for one of the 5 Minute Beach Cleanup Foundation's programs called Ocean HeroesⓇ.

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women of the world

Troublesome Patriarchal Dominance - Time For More Women in Positions of Power

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Women from around the world that are living on the edge, doing something special, making a difference or generally in possession of a unique nature. In my book these women should be put in positions of power and allowed a chance to see what they would add to our world, instead of the men that promise blah-blah-blah and then fill their own pockets as well as the pockets of their buddies. The way I see it, any of this diverse group of women would be an improvement. These are the kind of women that should be put in positions of power. They would make positive contributions with their time and resources and leave the world better for having been here. And not to mention the fact that they all certainly look far more appealing...

From century to century throughout history the men have ruled the roost in politics and business and relegated the home as the place where the women were to direct their attention and efforts. The women have done their job admirably, but the men have failed miserably in most cases. Their politics are corrupt and their businesses have turned into large greedy corporations. The patriarchal model is evidently not working so well - so maybe it's time to hand the reins over to the women. The wars and conflicts around the world are the result of male dominance in politics, and more often than not, are set in motion to benefit male controlled corporate interests. Turn on the evening news anywhere in the world and you'll see images of angry men in conflict and women and children in flight. It is time for change...

Women Of Substance - Interesting and Unique Women



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unique women of the world

Worldwide women are asserting themselves and taking charge of everything from the corporate boardroom to more artistic and unique positions in the world of art, design, cuisine and adventure travel. On the African continent women are raising themselves into postions of power in politics, the arts and business. Women are no longer to be kept within stereotypical confines and are no longer asking for empowerment, but are simply taking charge over their lives and the situations and events that affect them. Above are just three of these self empowered females.
 



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unique women of the world

When it comes to being on the front lines amidst the unrest that has been reshaping countries around the world, it is now women who are placing themselves at risk to bring news to the rest of us about not only the conflicts that mainstream media reports, but often to expose corruption and abuses that might well never surface if it wasn't for these women on the ground in these locations bringing these misdeeds to the attention of a worldwide audience. The women above are three - one from Tunis, one from London, and one from Cairo that played integral roles in bringing the world's attention to injustice.
 



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unique women of the world

The patriarchal cultures around the world have dominated for thousands of years and more often than not have brought conflict and mayhem. The women of today are not the incompetent and helpless creatures that, in times past were portrayed as inferior to me and therefore needed to remain on the sidelines to let the dominant males run everything. Todays women are physically strong, mentally tough and talented at whatever they put their minds to. So, it is bloody well time that the men stepped to one side and ceased to deny these remarkable women like the ones above their due.
 

 

Prominent Womens Groups - Women Around the World

www.wedo.org

As a global women's advocacy organization, WEDO envisions a just world that promotes and protects human rights, gender equality and the integrity of the environment. WEDO's mission is to ensure that women's rights; social, economic and environmental justice; and sustainable development principles, as well as the linkages between them are at the heart of global and national policies, programs and practices.

www.wilpfinternational.org

Started in 1915, when 1,200 women from a diversity of cultures and languages came together in The Hague during the First World War, to study, make known and eliminate the causes of war. They issued resolutions, sent out delegations to most countries engaged in the First World War and created our organisation: the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. WILPF for short.

www.w4.org

W4 - Women's WorldWide Web is an online collaborative platform dedicated to empowering girls and women around the world, through education, microfinance, access to ICTs and networking. Connect with us and co-create opportunities for girls and women to thrive.

www.unwomen.org

In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. In doing so, UN Member States took an historic step in accelerating the Organization's goals on gender equality and the empowerment of women.
 

Kristin Espinasse
First French Essais:
Venturing into Writing, Marriage, and France
by Kristin Espinasse


Kristin Espinasse is the American woman behind the blog French-Word-A-Day.com. Her personal essays make up the books "Words in a French Life" and "Blossoming in Provence." As a columnist at France Today, her back page "Dernier Mot" is read by Francophiles bimonthly. She lives in Provence with her French husband, their two children, and two golden retrievers. Sign up for her free word journal at www.french-word-a-day.com In her latest book of colorful photos and tender essays, Kristin shows us how she overcomes cultural "tests", always finishing with an "A" for amour de la vie!

 


www.now.org

Since its founding in 1966, NOW's goal has been to take action to bring about equality for all women. NOW works to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all other sectors of society; secure abortion, birth control and reproductive rights for all women; end all forms of violence against women; eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia; and promote equality and justice in our society.

www.wilsoncenter.org

The Council of Women World Leaders is a network of current and former women presidents and prime ministers. The Council currently has 49 Members. The Council's mission is to promote good governance and enhance the experience of democracy globally by increasing the number, effectiveness, and visibility of women who lead at the highest levels in their countries.

www.womensrefugeecommission.org

The Women's Refugee Commission is having positive impact on the lives of displaced women, children and youth around the world. Their programs focus on reproductive health, economic livelihoods, displaced youth, asylum seekers and people with disabilities.

www.ifuw.org

The International Federation of University Women (IFUW) is an international, non-profit organization of women graduates. We were founded in 1919 by women who believed in the importance of education and working together for peace, international understanding and friendship.
 

Women in the World Foundation

Women in the World is a movement dedicated to advancing women and girls through stories and solutions. The Women in the World Foundation is a powerful initiative dedicated to driving solutions that advance women and girls.
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International Museum of Women

International Museum of Women invites you to experience this innovative twenty-first century museum and be a part of advancing the lives of women around the world by participating in their global online exhibitions and supporting their efforts with a secure online donation!

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Profiles of unique women

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Handmade Palestine

Looking for a meaningful gift? Interested in supporting fair trade or the environment? Handmade Palestine brings you the work of over 20 women's cooperatives, artisans and designers from all over the area - Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Gaza, Hebron, Haifa, Nablus and Ramallah. All these individuals struggle to sustain livelihoods under military occupation and are tremendousely grateful for your generosity and support. Your purchase enables them to recieve fair trade for their work and with every other penny plant trees at Mashjar Juthour.

See thier fine work at www.handmadepalestine.com

The Girl Who Ran Across Africa

At the age of 27 Emma Timmis became the first female to run the Freedom Trail, a 2,400 kilometer through track from Durban to Cape Town in South Africa. This later led to running West to East across the continent of Africa, from Namibia to Mozambique.

This incredible run took Emma 89 days, covering the distance equal to 94 marathons, or almost 4,000 kilometers.

Emma suffered an injury that kept her at home for an extended period, so she wrote a childrens book about her runs across Africa to inspire young girls. The book is now available from her website at: www.emmatimmis.com




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To help lift your spirits and keep your wanderlust alive, Zafigo would like to introduce the first edition of ZafigoZine, a bite-sized compilation of the best and most relevant content from Zafigo that you may have missed.

This first issue of ZafigoZine features excerpts of our COVID-19 articles with helpful ideas and suggestions on how you can keep from going stir-crazy while in quarantine. Watch films that will take you to exotic locations, go on virtual tours that will satiate your craving for culture and exploration, and experiment with mouthwatering recipes that will bring the world into your home. While it may not be the ultimate fix, it is a little something to help keep your lockdown blues at bay. Visit Zafigo.com



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A vibrant and global networking platform for women with family, cultural or professional ties to Turkey aspiring to excel in their careers, inspiring others and investing in the network... More

 

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