Today, the 11th of October, the world is celebrating the International Day of the Girl. RightsTech Women has a message for all girls: you can be anything! Read More
On Friday, 14 June, more than 30’000 women and men rallied on the streets of Geneva against the slow pace of eliminating inequalities between the sexes in general and the persisting gender pay gap in particular.
RTW was there. We marched, talked with people and paid attention to the creative banners highlighting inequalities and calling for action. Read More
With support of the City of Geneva and as part of their Equality Week (celebrating International Women’s Day), RightsTech Women co-organized hands-on workshops on human rights, robotics, and programming. Read More
Are you a girl between ages 6 and 18, and are you interested in science and technology? Take part in one of our free workshops on 9 March, during Geneva’s Equality Week 2019. Read More
Every 10th of December, Human Rights Day is observed internationally. This time, it has been 70 years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Nevertheless, not everyone around the globe is able to fully enjoy their rights. Read More
Our newly published Advocacy Calendar features conferences, meetings, and other events that your organization can use in campaigning for STEM-related human rights for women and girls. Read More
Human rights are something that each person has by virtue of being human: you are born with them. Human rights are interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.
Some examples of human rights are: the right to life, the right to the highest attainable standard of health, the right to adequate standard of living, the right to education, the right to equality and to equal treatment under the law, freedom of information, freedom of association, accessibility for persons with disabilities, and access to justice. These are just a few. There are a lot more! Read More