Get a new insight into Myanmar, with an unprecedented travel guide and joins us on a journey of fascinating encounters with courageous and inspiring women. The World of Women Myanmar was successfully launched at the Chatrium Hotel in Yangon on 26 November 2016, together with most of the women of the book and 100 invited […]
We are launching the World of Women Myanmar on Saturday 26 November at the Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon. We cordially invite you to a breakfast talk with the 30 women whose stories are featured in the travelogue, with the author, Carin Salerno and the photographer, Giuseppe Salerno. You can RSVP by e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
After our adventure in Tanzania, meet the 34 incredible women whose life story and determination shape what is today, Myanmar. From the woman who owns a precious stone mine in Mogok to the national acclaimed rock singer in Yangon; these stories will keep you reading until the very last page. Take a sneak peek and […]
Mélanie Ramser and her husband moved to organic farming. WaW team has met them on their Horbermatt farm in canton of Bern. The report will be published in “The World of Women Switzerland” in March 2017.
In the deep South of Myanmar, on an island of the Myeik archipelago, the WaW team has met with the woman whose cheek was kissed by Aung San Suu Kyi. You will discover her story in the book The World of Women Myanmar that will be published in autumn 2016.
Chocolate workshop at Maison Cailler (CH) with wonderful Geraldine Muller Maras, nominated in 2015 as best woman chocolate cheffe in the world.
Elisabeth Thorens will present the book “The World of Women Tanzania” in Confignon (Geneva) Thursday February 4th 2016 Salle communale de Confignon, chemin Sous-le-Clos 32
Women in action worldwide interviewed the famous Burmese pop singer Pyhi Phyu Kyaw Thein: a smart woman full of creativity, vision, extravagant and fascinating stage performance, inspiring millions of fans in Myanmar and worldwide. Discover her story in “The World of women Myanmar”, to be published in September 2016.
A tour inviting holidaymakers to ‘See Tanzania Through the Eyes of its Women’ is just one of several projects aiming to get female voices heard in tourism. The Guardian, October 11th 2015