Most of my work is dedicated to women. There are so many great and beautiful women around the world –
from the Middle East to the VS and from Africa to Europe. We come in many shapes, colors and we walk different paths.
There are so many women’s stories and each story is unique. My blog and this section in particular is there to bring some visibility to the diverse lives of women everywhere. Pick a story that matches your interest.  

5 special women to admire for their courage

Some people just stay with you because they were outstanding in doing things in a certain moment or throughout their life. Through history, many women have had immeasurable impact on culture and society. Women’s History Month is a month dedicated to reflect on the often-overlooked contributions of women. Therefore, I made a short list of courageous women that touched me.

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investing in women's education

Why investing in women’s education is important for a brighter future

From the 1 billion most poor people in the world, 70% is female. Let that one work on you, because these are important and warning stats. Besides the fact that poverty disproportionally affects women, a growing body of evidence also shows that investing in women’s education has the potential to not only help girls and women, but the rest of the world too.

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What 3.5 million books can reveal about the way we think of men and women

When Bill Gates says that if he would start a business today, and it would be a startup to let machines read books through machine learning, you know that it’s just a matter of time when someone realizes it one day. Get to know this machine learning technology that was able to distract interesting patterns about men and women by reading 3,5 million books.

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This powerful photo series shows what young girls from conflict areas want to be when they grow up

Vincent Tremeau is a photographer based in Dakar, Senegal. His work focuses on raising awareness around humanistic issues across the globe. His ongoing series of portraits – One Day, I Will, asks displaced girls living in refugee camps a single question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?

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