PLUS QU'UN BIJOU, OFFREZ UN PEU DE VOUS.
Grâce à son invention – couronnée d’un brevet – et son savoir-faire, Michel h. reproduit à l’identique et en relief la ligne de cœur de votre main ou celle(s) de votre(vos) enfant(s), sur le bijou de votre choix. Ces créations personnalisées, symbolisant tout à la fois l’amour et la passion pour l’être aimé, se déclinent en or jaune, blanc ou rose et peuvent être réalisées en alliances, en bague, en pendentif ou en bracelet, selon les demandes et désirs de chacun.
Chaque bijou sera, comme son nom l’indique, absolument unique et accompagné de votre propre certificat, personnalisé et signé par vous-même.
Découvrez le concept Unic dans la Galerie d'Or à Delémont ou sur le site Michel h.
UNIC - QUAND LA LIGNE DE COEUR DE L'ÊTRE AIMé DEVIENT BIJOU.
Very touched right now... listening to my dear childhood friend singing "Spark of Sun"... I remember her saying back in Kindergarten she wants to become a singer. She's been fighting great battles and still she's been singing ever since! She's my hero!
Ich bin gerührt! Ich höre gerade einer wundervoller Kindheitsfreundin zu, wie sie "Spark of Sun" singt. Schon im Kindergarten meinte sie, sie wolle Sängerin werde. Auch nach grossen Lebenskämpfen singt sie, singt sie immer weiter. Sie ist meine Heldin!
Listen to her powerful voice / Hier kannst du ihr zuhören:
The way a girl feels about her beauty starts with how you feel about yours. With the Dove: Legacy film we are encouraging everyone to create their own positive beauty legacy, so the girls in their lives grow up feeling confident about the way they look and reach their full potential in life. This is the mission of the Dove Self-Esteem Project, which has so far helped more than 14 million young people with body confidence education. Join us, because together we can help even more.
As we let our light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. -Marianne Williamson
In this short film,10 young women were invited to come together, shed their layers, and return to nature. By removing comparisons, competition, and conditioning, the women were given a space to look inward. What remains? Embraced individuality. What can be seen? The potential to overcome obstacles of negative self image with the support of other women. Stepping into our own light is giving ourselves the power we know we deserve, and it encourages others to do the same.
We created a fake job and posted it online and in newspapers.
Then we held real interviews.
Job posting: Director of Operation
Unlimited hours. No breaks. The most important job is also the world's toughest job.
Women who have or are expecting a daughter were asked a big question. What do you want your daughter to know? Their answers are beautiful. Think about it, What would you say?
A feature length documentary that will unite women across the globe to love their bodies!
"My name is Taryn Brumfitt! 12 months ago I posted my non traditional "before and after” photo and the world’s media stood up and took notice. People everywhere were astonished – how could a woman possibly love her body 'after'?
Many applauded me for my bravery in posting the 'after' shot however, many berated me for promoting obesity. There were others who labelled me a bad role model for my children.
It got me thinking...the world has been brainwashed!"
When a woman reaches puberty, it is the most natural thing... yet from time immemorial we've been trying to brush the whole issue under the carpet and making women feel dirty about the most beautiful aspect of their lives. Why? Isn't it time we changed things?
To get more informative and entertaining content through different media about menstruation visit www.menstrupedia.com. Menstrupedia is a friendly guide which helps girls and women to stay healthy and active during their periods.
There was a lot to celebrate for women in the media in 2013.
But some things aren't changing fast enough...
Join the campaign: http://bit.ly/ChangeMedia
A Seat at the Table: Six Girls Ask “What Does it Take to Become a Leader?” is a groundbreaking documentary that follows six Miss Hall’s School students as they interview accomplished women, seeking answers to questions about how best to realize their aspirations.
The film was produced by members of PAaLS—the Personal Authority and Leadership Source—a girl-centered research initiative that has studied obstacles to girls’ and women’s leadership for nearly a decade. Working with PAaLS Research Director Elizabeth Debold, Ed.D., the group’s initiatives have included a nationwide survey on girls and leadership, on-campus workshops for students, and off-campus workshops for middle school students.
PAaLS girls stared working on A Seat at the Table in 2012, producing the 44-minute documentary with Dr. Debold and filmmaker Jackie Mow. The film received funding from Schoolhouse Kitchen and The Page & Otto Marx Foundation, Jr. Foundation.
In this video, Jean Kilbourne offers an in-depth analysis of how female bodies are depicted in advertising imagery and the devastating effects of that imagery on women’s health. Addressing the relationship between these images and the obsession of girls and women with dieting and thinness, Slim Hopes offers a new way to think about life-threatening eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, and it provides a well-documented critical perspective on the social impact of advertising. Using over 150 magazine and television ads, this illustrated lecture is divided into seven sections for easy classroom viewing and discussion: Impossible Beauty, Waifs and Thinness, Constructed Bodies, Food and Sex, Food and Control, The Weight-Loss Industry, and Freeing Imaginations. Distributed by the Media Education Foundation.A study guide for this video is available online from the Media Education Foundation.
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Tree Sisters is a global network of women, working together through feminine leadership and values to accelerate the reforestation of our planet.
What do Beyoncé, Condoleezza Rice & Jane Lynch have in common? They've committed to ban the word bossy. Watch this Lifetime PSA to hear why.
Voici 9 bonnes raisons d’adopter la coupe menstruelle par Sophie-Pierre Pernaut, une vidéo drôle et instructive pour parler encore et toujours du fameux graal en silicone.
"Don't try to fix it. I just need you to listen." Every man has heard these words. And they are the law of the land. No matter what.
This short animation shows affirming traditions from around the world that welcome a girl's first period. This is the first animation from The Waratah Project, an Australian initiative supporting women and girls by exploring and reframing menstruation and menopause in a positive and contemporary context.
For more information visit http://vwt.org.au/2013/10/the-waratah...
On 14 February 2013, one billion people in 207 countries rose and danced to demand an end to violence against women and girls.
On 14 February 2014, we are escalating our efforts, calling on women and men everywhere to RISE, RELEASE, DANCE, and demand JUSTICE!
ONE BILLION RISING FOR JUSTICE is a global call to women survivors of violence and those who love them to gather safely in community outside places where they are entitled to justice – courthouses, police stations, government offices, school administration buildings, work places, sites of environmental injustice, military courts, embassies, places of worship, homes, or simply public gathering places where women deserve to feel safe but too often do not. It is a call to survivors to break the silence and release their stories – politically, spiritually, outrageously – through art, dance, marches, ritual, song, spoken word, testimonies and whatever way feels right.
"Not only are girls seen as objects by other people, they learn to see themselves as objects.
It's time to rewrite the story, to widen the spectrum of representation."
We are sitting at the table. So many women. Some of us have been raped, some of us are volunteers, some of us are volunteers who have been raped.We meet-up just like this, once in a while – a community. Empowering each other in a struggle against a world that is fundamentally masculine. A scary world. A world that wounded and scared us, a world in which the word “equality” is an ideal, but not a reality. One of the women at the table offers me cake. A cake containing dairy.
I shake my head in denial. ‘No way, I’m vegan’.
Charlotte Savreux s'attaque à un sujet intime qui préoccupe pourtant toutes les femmes: les protections périodiques.
Alors que "Les femmes utiliseraient 15'000 supports hygiéniques" sur toute une vie, elles sont en droit de savoir ce qu'elles mettent dans leur vagin...
Lorsque l'on parle de protection hygiénique, on fait référence le plus souvent aux tampons ou serviettes hygiéniques. Rapidement, on se rend compte qu'il est difficile de savoir avec quoi sont composés ces produits ?
Manque d'information sur les paquets: la liste des composants des tampons et serviettes hygiéniques ne figure nulle part sur les emballages.
Le corps répond à quatre lois de base primordiales : respirer, se nourrir, dormir et éliminer. Pour Irène Grosjean, naturopathe depuis 55 ans, l'alimentation joue donc un rôle essentiel : il s'agit d'offrir à son corps le carburant qui lui est le plus adapté. Qui plus est, il s'agit de favoriser l'élimination et de nettoyer les liquides dans lesquels baignent nos cellules. Par ces deux axes, nous pouvons retrouver tout ce que la nature a prévu pour nous : la santé, la joie, la créativité et tout le bon de la vie.
Ainsi, il n'est pas "naturel" d'être en mauvaise santé, de ressasser des idées noires, d'éprouver un manque d'énergie chronique, de vieillir douloureusement, etc. Pour preuve, cette naturopathe de 83 ans déborde d'énergie et de vitalité. Elle donne toujours de nombreuses consultations, anime des stages d'alimentation vivante, propose des conférences et travaille à divers projets, dont la création d'une école pratique de santé au Maroc.
Entretien avec cette "grande" dame pleine de sagesse et de bon sens qui partage avec nous ses idées sur ce bon sens à acquérir, cette juste direction que nous pouvons choisir, et sur la Vie en général qui nous est donnée à tous, et en abondance !
She is known for her wit and warmth and her ability to present provocative topics in a way that unites rather than divides, that encourages dialogue, and that moves and empowers people to take action in their own and in society’s interest. A member of the Italian Parliament said, “Hearing Jean Kilbourne is a profound experience. Audiences leave her feeling that they have heard much more than another lecture, for she teaches them to see themselves and their world differently.”
Kilbourne has made several award-winning documentary films based on her lectures. They are used widely throughout the world. Her first film Killing Us Softly: Advertising’s Image of Women (and the remakes Still Killing Us Softly and Killing Us Softly 3) are among the most popular educational films of all time. Jay Carr, film critic for The Boston Globe, wrote, “With skill, humor and acuteness, Kilbourne encourages action against these society-weakening images. Never shrill, her indictment is, if anything, understated.”
Her other films include Deadly Persuasion: The Advertising of Alcohol & Tobacco, Spin the Bottle: Sex, Lies & Alcohol, Slim Hopes: Advertising & the Obsession with Thinness, Pack of Lies, and Calling the Shots. These films are available from The Media Education Foundation.
Here's a striking video from Hungarian singer Boggie, in which her moving image is being retouched and "corrected" throughout the entire video. Directed by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy, the three-minute video shows Boggie's transformating from a lovely woman in dim lighting to a lovely, flawlessly made-up woman who has, judging by her glowing surroundings, been abducted by aliens and forced to sing for them.