As women and girls, it is my belief that we have much more in common than we do not. We are all special individuals, however, there are generalizations that we can state are likely to apply to you, no matter your economic status,
When women vote, we commit to the process and have hope for the future. Of course, people vote for a variety of reasons, and women are no exception. To vote is to act on the belief that individually, we can make a difference.
Teaching girls to be confident starts at home. If you have a daughter, most likely you want her to be equipped with courage and confidence. You do not want her to fall into depression and anxiety and be vulnerable to hurtful words.
AWAVA – A Sisterhood Global Partner from Australia
AWAVA stands for Australian Women Against Violence Alliance. Their focus is to address all forms of violence against women, and ensure that all women and children are able to live free from all forms of violence and abuse.