Migrations Festival in Luxembourg (14/15 March 2015)

The Migrations Festival, or officially called in French, Festival des migrations, des cultures et de la citoyenneté, is an annual event celebrating Luxembourg's multiculturalism, mutilingualism and the diverse identities that exist and coexist in Luxembourg. As you may already know, Luxembourg is a small country with around 45% of its inhabitants coming from abroad, bringing along... Continue Reading →

”To tell a woman everything she may not do is to tell her what she can do. ” CPE Romania

In this interview, conducted by Roxana Mironescu for Time for Equality, Irina Sorescu, CPE’s Executive President, outlines the centre’s mission and its ongoing projects, and talks about women’s status and diversity in Romania, gender-based violence, workers’ exploitation, the Genderis Protocol on trafficking, social inclusion for people with disabilities and for people of Roma ethnicity. Ms... Continue Reading →

Beatrice Achaleke’s GloBuntuKoffer workshops come to Luxembourg this May

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sbIIHv9Bv4 The non-profit association Time for Equality is launching this month in Luxembourg (from 22 to 24 May) a series of thematic workshops organised in cooperation with Beatrice Achaleke, an international-renown expert in diversity, inclusion and leadership. A detailed presentation of the 3 workshops on offer is available here. Designed and led by Beatrice Achaleke,... Continue Reading →

Wounded to Death/ “Blessées à Mort”/Ferite a Morte comes to Luxembourg on March 24

The well-known theatrical play ''Wounded to Death'', written and directed by Serena Dandini and produced by Mismaonda, will be performed on the 24th of March 2014 on the stage of the Auditorium, in Luxembourg’s Conservatoire de la Ville. ‘‘Wounded to Death’’, written and directed by Italian journalist and writer Serena Dandini, in collaboration with researcher... Continue Reading →

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