NEW - Gentle strategy
for women's empowerment in 2015
for health care, business &
THE 2017 SOLUTION
TO WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ....
.... IS EQUAL NUMBERS AT EVER LEVEL!!!
In November 2014, the Geneva NGO
Forum on Beijing +20 UN ECE Review, declared
that: Women’s rights and gender equality are
central to the world’s attainment of equality,
sustainability, development and peace.The
overall slogan was:¨Every
woman, Every Right, Every Minute, Everyone is
Responsible: and the Time is now¨.
Thus in 2014women
must rise up to achieve equal empowerment. How
to do it peacefully with worthy values?First,
the need to encourage all of the international
women's organizations to support one leading
organization, to take action to make the
strategy become an international political,
business and social reality:
1. Encourage every woman to vote in
every community and every local and national
election, starting now.
2. Encourage every woman, just for one year (2015), to vote only for a woman
candidate. Vote for the one whose ideas are
closest to hers. Discourage voting for a
man, unless he publicly fully supports 50:50
empowerment of women.
3. Encourage all political parties to increase
the number of women candidates and thus achieve
more votes for their parties.
4. From 2016 onwards with a huge increase
in women candidates, encourage women to
vote freely as they choose. Hopefully they
will continue to choose a woman whose ideas are
closest to theirs.
5. Overall, vote for women to take more power
and bring peace not war to the world, with the
highest priority for development with gentle
care for both society and family.
6. Encourage women to reject war as normal and
inevitable. War sends our sons to be killed and
abuses our younger children with years of
present and future suffering from the
impacts of a dangerous insecure
7. Thus with a gentle Leviathan
strategy ... make that special worthy effort in
2015 to achieve women's empowerment ...
for peace and the benefit of all.
Inspired by Leviathan – award
winning film at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
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