No matter the situation, I always prefer to confront the problem rather than just ignoring it. An accident I had last year was no exception. I was on my way home after a long and tiresome day at school. It was evening time and the street was busy with people rushing back home to rest. … Continue reading “Just ignore it!” by Fatima Zahra El Hafa, Morocco
Humans have always adjusted to the needs of their communities and societies throughout history. These adjustments shaped the way we live and changed our perception of life. In modern history, everyone played a role in making adjustments and coping with the rapidly-changing circumstances of our world, because isolation was no longer an option. The interaction … Continue reading Perceiving Gender Equality, by Ala Oueslati, Tunisia.
In times of justice emergency we need to ally, we must act. Today I marched with my global community. I marched by your side today not because we are women or because, like me, you are Jewish . I didn't march by your side because your skin is the same color as my skin or … Continue reading STRONGER TOGETHER by Sarah Perle, Israel
After spending a disastrous year at school where I was mentally traumatized by one of my male professors who always picked on me, I decided I needed a break. This professor simply picked on me because he did not like me, even though I was attending all classes, participating in all of his classes and … Continue reading Solo Travelling By Maroi ECH-CHARKAOUY from Morocco
I’ve compiled the interview of two Moroccans into one paragraph/essay. Here it is: (Sorry for the delay, I am attending COP22 in Marrackech and the wifi at the hostel is really slow) I am sitting at a café with a friend of mine. She agreed to be interviewed. - “How is it being a woman … Continue reading Women in Morocco Ali Jebari, Morocco