- City, State: Cartagena de Indias, Barranquilla, Santa Marta, Maicao, Monteria, Valledupar, Sincelejo, San Andres, Región Caribe
- Geographic Location: South America
- Languages: Español, Francés, Ingles
- Age: 5
La Redhada es un colectivo de mujeres artistas, docentes e investigadoras de la Región Caribe colombiana que nos hemos propuesto llevar a cabo proyectos y eventos culturales bajo la perspectiva de género.
My Web site:
Visit My Web site (laredhada.org)
I'm passionate about:
la creación de redes, los movimientos sociales, apoyo a otros colectivos de mujeres
11 posts | Wednesday, December 09, 2009 12:01 PM
Support the Quota
System for Women
Interested in learning everything you can about the quota system and its effectiveness? Want to know the percentage of women in the national parliaments worldwide? Learn this and much more on the International IDEA and Stockholm University's new Web site Global Database of Quotas for Women.
Learn About Women, Media
"From Hillary to Bella: Women, Politics and the Media" is a not-to-be-missed event taking place in New York City --English.
Support Rwandan women
Help Rwandan women struggling to make ends meet after the conflict. Buy and send one Rwandan Peace basket. Reach out to somebody you appreciate or to somebody you have wronged. --English
Set an Example
Sign the White House Project’s Take Our Daughters to the Polls pledge and agree to show your daughter, sister, niece or friend how much voting matters by bringing her along on election day. -- English
Empower a Girl Program
Call for participation: Take part in the Girls Helping Girls education program. Participants learn about global issues, become aware of their individual and united potential, gain leadership skills and become change makers. Applications due July 15.
Stop Femicide in Mexico
Sign the petition to stop femicide in Ciudad Juarez and Chihuanhua. Since 1993, over 450 women have been brutally murdered. The Mexican government has not taken adequate action to prevent or punish the murderers. Call on President Calderon to ensure justice for these women--English, Spanish
Who are Women in Black?
Women in Black is a world-wide network of women committed to peace and actively opposed to war, militarism and other forms of violence. Learn about their work and how to start your own peaceful vigil. --English, French
Frontera Women's Foundation
Learn more about how you can support the nonprofit group based in El Paso, Texas that recently launched new scholarship program for girls from low-income families in Juarez, Mexico.
Nuestro proyecto busca aumentar la visibilidad de la obra de mujeres artistas del Caribe colombiano. Espera realizar esta meta a través de la apertura de nuevos espacios culturales para diversas actividades como exposiciones, seminarios, encuentros, y talleres. Tales actividades involucraría la labor cultural de estas artistas en contextos locales, regionales, y nacionales.
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