This eleventh episode is entirely dedicated to sustainability and the “zero waste” or “low waste” movement. Everything we do, everything we consume, has an impact on the environment and natural resources. And just because we don’t see it, it doesn’t mean that it’s not there.
How do Second-generation migrants relate to their cultural background?
What are some of the challenges they faced growing up?
Are these different from the ones they are now facing in their adult life?
Today we invited Magda, Yannis, and Weam to discuss this topic and to know more about their life story.
Listen up and take a dive into this multicultural world!
Is Islam Feminist?
In this new episode of our podcast we address two very hot topics, feminism and religion.
We welcome our guest today, Weam Nafea, a dear friend who will explain us better what it means to be a woman for Islam.
From the precepts of the Holy Quran to the birth of Islamic feminism in Egypt, follow us on this all-female journey in which we will try to shed light on this debated topic, debunking myths and breaking stereotypes.
The #HotspotWeek dedicated to the Elimination of Violence Against Women is almost over, so to conclude we offer you a list of 10 books that tell very different stories with one thing in common: WOMEN. Read on and get inspired! Una donna by Sibilla Aleramo Published for the first time in 1906, through the pages […]
How COVID-19 affected our relationships and sex life Moments of crisis provide opportunities to introduce a new perspective. This is what we have learned to do in the last few months. We have changed the way we live, how we work, how we move, and how we interact with each other.We have been forced even […]