sexta-feira, 21 de novembro de 2008

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ines disse...

Já estou ficando baralhada (se é que é possivel ficar mais) como é que só gente Do Jet é que aparece com o livro??? mi aguarda...

FM disse...

Moveram influências... (risos)
Esta "gente" é assim, quer ter acesso em primeiro lugar... (risos)
Beijos. Todos terão acesso em breve, muito em breve.

Xanda disse...

De todos os famosos (das fotos até agora) este é o meu preferido, simpatizo com este simpatico Sr. Jorge Gabriel mas continuo a dizer: eu vou fazer mais sucesso que eles todos juntos, quando tiver o livro na minha mão (convencida, pá!) loooool.
Agora vou visitar o meu sobrinho, Angeloooo... iuuuu aí vai a ti xanda.
Bjokas

Natacha disse...

Simpatizo particularmente com o Jorge Gabriel. E nem sei bem porquê... talvez pela sintonia clubística ;-))

Beijo

gaivota disse...

ora pois be, agora nas mãos do jorge gabriel...
tenho que o ler!
beijinhos

Fábio Savelha disse...

Parabéns pelo blog e claro pelo novo projecto do livro!

Visita
http://karmeting.blogspot.com

Obgd

bisturi disse...

Hello
SÓ PARA LEMBRAR...
www.saynotoviolence.org/

About the 16 days
What is the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign?

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence is an international campaign originating from the first Women's Global Leadership Institute sponsored by the Center for Women's Global Leadership in 1991. Participants chose the dates, November 25, International Day Against Violence Against Women and December 10, International Human Rights Day, in order to symbolically link violence against women and human rights and to emphasize that such violence is a violation of human rights. This 16-day period also highlights other significant dates including November 29, International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, December 1, World AIDS Day, and December 6, which marks the Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre.

The 16 Days Campaign has been used as an organizing strategy by individuals and groups around the world to call for the elimination of all forms of violence against women by:

* raising awareness about gender-based violence as a human rights issue at the local, national, regional and international levels
* strengthening local work around violence against women
* establishing a clear link between local and international work to end violence against women
* providing a forum in which organizers can develop and share new and effective strategies
* demonstrating the solidarity of women around the world organizing against violence against women
* creating tools to pressure governments to implement promises made to eliminate violence against women

Over 2,000 organizations in approximately 154 countries have participated in the 16 Days Campaign since 1991!
The Annual Theme

Every year, CWGL composes a Campaign theme in consultation with women's human rights advocates worldwide and then circulates an announcement for the campaign as widely as possible. Over the years, Campaign themes have included: "Violence Against Women Violates Human Rights" (1991/1992), "Democracy without Women's Human Rights . . . is not Democracy" (1993), "Awareness, Accountability, Action: Violence Against Women Violates Human Rights" (1994), "Vienna, Cairo, Copenhagen and Beijing: Bringing Women's Human Rights Home" (1995), "Demand Women's Human Rights in the Home and in the World" (1997), "Building a Culture of Respect for Human Rights" (1998), "Fulfilling the Promise of Freedom from Violence" (1999), "Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Campaign" (2000), "Racism and Sexism: No More Violence" (2001), "Creating a Culture That Says 'No' to Violence Against Women" (2002), "Violence Against Women Violates Human Rights: Maintaining the Momentum Ten Years After Vienna (1993-2003)" (2003), "For the Health of Women, For the Health of the World: No More Violence," (2004-2005), "Celebrate 16 Years of 16 Days: Advance Human Rights ‹—› End Violence Against Women" (2006), "Demanding Implementation, Challenging Obstacles: End Violence Against Women!" (2007) and in 2008

Human Rights for Women ‹—› Human Rights for All: UDHR60

BlueVelvet disse...

Não esperas pela demora.
Vais ver o que acontece ao teu livro no meu blog.
Beijinhos e bom domingo

mr_rabbit disse...

tenho de adquirir o livro le-lo e depois talvez consiga tambem aparecer numa foto com o livro na mão ;-)
um abraço e bom fim de semana

FM disse...

Obrigado pelo vosso Carinho. É tão importante recebê-lo...
Beijos e Abraços.

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