Ain’t no mountain high enough
I’ve always admired mountains from afar but never imagined that one day I’d be part of the first female expedition of Pakistan to scale the approximately 5720 m Baaushal Peak!
Text and pictures: Anam Gill (Ed.: Brenda Haas)
Date14.12.2017 | 13:49
I hadn’t paid much attention to the British royal family in years, not since Princess Diana’s death. It had kind of slipped away into an elite world of pop-cultural irrelevance, popping up on my newsfeed only when Prince Harry went partying or to Africa for a visit.
Date12.12.2017 | 16:42
TagsBritish royal family, Lady Diana, Meghan Markel, mixed-race children, Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth, self confidence, women's rights
Women triumphed for the first time in the Migrant Worker Poetry Competition in Singapore, as female domestic workers came in first, second and third in its fourth edition on Sunday, December 3. Like many other domestic workers, after her 14-hour work day, Indonesian domestic worker Deni Apriyani retreats to her room in Singapore and reaches for a pen to jot down her feelings, in poem after poem.
Date08.12.2017 | 14:09
TagsAbuse, asia, domestic abuse, domestic helper, domestic worker, equak pay, migrant workers, Singapore, women's rights