In the skin of a woman!
International Women's Day
Celebrated on 8 March, International Women’s Day highlights the struggle to promote women’s rights, especially to combat gender inequality.
Beauty, fashion & lifestyle
Discover various sections devoted to fashion and lifestyle: natural beauty, ethical fashion, travel, plants, cooking…
Health and natural well-being
Improve your health by walking regularly, preferably in the forest. Take advantage of the virtues of the sun to be in a good mood.
A fight for equality for all!
A policy of legality
Basic women's rights
Women’s human rights include: the right to education, equality, health, freedom of movement, freedom of expression and religion, protection from harassment and violence, decision-making and political participation. These rights are guaranteed to women without discrimination on grounds of nationality, social status, race or religion. Find out more about strategic plans for the future of Iran on maryam-rajavi.com.
More and more women working
Women in the office
The challenge for women entrepreneurs
Women entrepreneurs with children often find it difficult to strike a balance between work and private life. However, there are various solutions for maintaining this balance. Try to define and respect rest and work hours.
This way you can concentrate during working hours and switch off when you have a break. Don’t forget to ask your partner, friends or family for help in managing daily tasks or looking after your children. Joining a women’s business group can be useful for advice and support.
Women who made history
Along with her husband Pierre Curie, Marie Curie was a Polish chemist and physicist who became a French citizen and was responsible for research into radioactivity.
The French humanist philosopher Simone Weil was a survivor of Auschwitz at a young age. She is an icon of the struggle for women’s rights.
Josephine Baker is an American actress, singer and showgirl known for being the first black star. She fought against racism.