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Women power!

Hello, My name is Karen and I am proud to say that I have recovered hope

in my life. My life was difficult to say the least. The women in

Kosvoco as smart as we are were just things. We held no power in our own

country. My country was a country were women had no right. My mom was

one of those stereotypical wife who stayed at home and looked after the

kids. I did not want to turn like that. I remember fighting with my

mother as I started to get older. She opposed to… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

Women's rights





Right now, I'm learning about Women's Rights in different countries. I actually don't know a place

from the top of my head that doesn't have equality for women. It makes

me think how would my life be different today, if I was in one of those

countries with no equality at all for women. I really think it would be

really horrible and I can't imagine not having equality. It's like a

nightmare almost...



"The female…
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Posted on April 14, 2010 at 2:02pm

Kosovo-help through Education

In our group, we decided to help spread word about women empowerment through education.



http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/support-women-empowerment-kosovo/



This specific project is important since from what I have read and some of my group members have read, education is lacking in these situations. Education is a powerful tool that I think is mostly full of benefits. BY having more… Continue

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 1:56pm

New currency

It was an interesting thing to see when you wake up one morning and notice for once something different about your neighborhood. It's strange but has happened before since I notice things a little slow at times. I would probably walk outside and look at the new building a little puzzled, but go inside anyways without much difficulty.It would probably a bit crowded, but the people don't notice me probably as they go up to some computers. I would probably be confused, but glance at a nearby… Continue

Posted on April 2, 2010 at 5:13pm

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