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The Istanbul Convention 2011 was first signed 10 years ago

The Istanbul Convention 2011 was first signed 10 years ago

The Convention encourages the States parties to apply its provisions to all victims of domestic violence, including women, men, children and the elderly.


Mother's Day 2021

Mother's Day 2021

Mother’s Day is a civil occasion in some countries of the world, celebrated in honour of the mother, motherhood and the social influence of mothers.
There is not a single day of the year able to bring together all the States in which the event is celebrated: in most countries the feast is celebrated in the month of May - mainly on the second Sunday of May, while others celebrate it on March.

We wish to thank all the wonderful Mothers of the world for their love and dedication to their children and families, for their fundamental support to society.

We wish...


UN Chief: Gender equality, the ‘unfinished human rights struggle of this century’

UN Chief: Gender equality, the ‘unfinished human rights struggle of this century’

Mother Earth needs to value female energy at all levels: personal and individual for a balanced life, social for a just life, and environmental, because life means harmony between all species and between living beings and nature.

Greenery Day 2021 in Japan

Greenery Day 2021 in Japan

Greenery Day is celebrated on May 4 in Japan. This is a day that has been set aside for nature appreciation. On this day, commemorative plantings of trees are held around the country, as are many events that bring people closer to nature.


Countries are shifting to a four-day working week

Those who work less than six hours are more productive, accumulate less stress and therefore are more focused on work.

Countries with shorter working weeks are more likely to have a lower carbon footprint.