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We walked in Khayelitsha for #WomenabilityCapetown

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Interview with the Mayor of Capetown Mrs de Lille IV. Discover the results of our walk   I. Check point After Botswana, it was time to go to our next and last country: South Africa. For the occasion, the team got bigger [...]

By |octobre 6th, 2016|Non class|0 Comments

We walked with the police for #WomenabilityFrancistown

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet three participants  IV. Interview with Ma Muzila, mayor of Francistow I. Check point Let’s discover a new continent for our last month of action-study: Africa! We were really excited to go there, since Africa is home to the highest proportion of [...]

By |octobre 5th, 2016|Afrique, Non class|0 Comments

We walked around cows for #WomenabilityIndia

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet Ishmeet and Mustafa, two walk participants    I. Check point   After China, we are now spending 10 exciting days in Mumbai, India. We have an exploratory  walk coming up with Safecity, a Mumbai-based NGO working on making safer cities, [...]

By |août 10th, 2016|Asia, Non class, Reporting|0 Comments

#meeting5 : interview with Grace

In Beijing, we had the chance to meet great young feminists, all fighting for women rights. So let's talk with Grace about being a feminist and what it involved in China. Meeting 5 : Grace https://youtu.be/S8ooJLLC1sQ

By |août 9th, 2016|Non class, Rencontres|0 Comments

Womenability in China

We were in China for ten days and, as you must have guessed, it is forbidden to organize a public event with political purpose, so no exploratory walk this time... Yet because we never give up, we have interviewed no less than 8 activists, all working and fighting for different causes, but with the same [...]

By |août 9th, 2016|Non class|0 Comments

We walked Yokohama for our 10th exploratory walk

  SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet Mika, participant of the walk    I. Check point 3,2,1… let’s do our tenth exploratory walk in Yokohama, the second biggest city in Japan and one of its largest ports.   Our organizational process was slightly different this time. [...]

By |août 1st, 2016|Asia|0 Comments

#meeting4: Interview with Celia Wade-Brown, Mayor of Wellington

We are now in Wellington, where we had the chance to meet Celia Wade-Brown, the mayor of the beautiful city of Wellington. So let's talk with Mrs Wade-Brown about the actions she has taken in favor of gender equality, and what more needs to be done. We will also learn more about her political career, [...]

By |juillet 17th, 2016|Rencontres|0 Comments

We walked with mate for #WomenabilityMontevideo

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet Frederico, participant of the walk  IV.Interview with       I. Check Point Let’s go out for our second South American walk! We are now in Montevideo, capital of both Uruguay and mate! Our partner was the Observatorio Contra El Acoso Callejero [...]

By |juillet 15th, 2016|South America|0 Comments

We walked with IndesoMujer for #WomenabilityRosario

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet Alejandra, participant of the walk  IV.Interview with Gabriela Sosa subsecretary of gender politics for the state of Sante Féa I. Check point Let’s explore a new continent, South-America ! For our eighth exploratory walk, we are in Rosario, the third [...]

By |juin 29th, 2016|South America|0 Comments

We walked at sunset for #WomenabilityHouston

SUMMARY I. Check point II. Relive the best moments of the walk III. Let's meet Julia, participant of the walk  IV.Interview with Annise Parker, former Mayor of Houston I. Check point Houston was the host city for our second American exploratory walk. We did not really know what to expect before coming to Houston, appart [...]

By |juin 2nd, 2016|Non class, Reporting, US|0 Comments