One week after the death of Wangari Mathai, two african women leaders to receive the Nobel Peace Prize !
We are grateful to Wangari Mathai and we greet Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee, Tawakkul Karman, Nobel Peace Prize 2011 laureates !
We pay tribute to Mrs. Wangari Mathaï, first african woman to receive a Nobel Prize.
She paved the way for generations of african women to come.
May her ideas, dreams, dynamism and fights, live forever in the heart of african women.
25/09 | 12h06 GMT
AWODIAG was on Air on Friday 24 June, 2011 on the Talk-Show
"Lady vous Ecoute".
During 1 hour we had the opportunity to present the organization and talk to viewers.
The video soon on line !
Some members of AWODIAG took part in Paris, in the rally organized by a group of women's organizations, reacting to the "light" treatment of the women's aspect of the Strauss-Kahn case.
Here is an interesting article from the Sunday Times (22 may, 2011) with this burning question: Would there be fewer sex scandals if the world was run by women ?
Power, sex and conventional wisdom - By Bernd Debusmann http://blogs.reuters.com/bernddebusmann/2011/05/20/power-sex-and-conventional-wisdom/