Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Nobel Prize winner: The worst things in the world are made by men seduced by the macho myth

 Tawakkol Karman (Yemen), Leymah Gbowee (Liberia), and Jody Williams (United States) are touring Poland and Ukraine to support displaced women from Ukraine and recognize their life-saving work, engage communities that have assisted refugees, and determine what can be done for women's organizations and networks in both countries.



At each stage of their journey, the winners asked how decision-makers can ensure that the voices of women affected by armed conflicts are heard. They want to know how to better respond to the gender effects of conflicts and, in this case, the Russian military invasion of Ukraine. 

Nobel laureates will visit refugee centers in Kraków and Rzeszów, as well as the offices of international humanitarian organizations, and meet with local activists and officials.

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