Comedy is a male-dominated industry, but at Festrogen’s comedy workshops, it’s women’s time to shine!
A little over 24 hours to kill in Lion City? Charley Larcombe takes you on a tour of her former backyard.
LUX WMN is not just about self. Self-improvement, self-promotion, taking care of self are all essential – but so is taking care of others. Which is why, in every issue you will see us highlighting a cause or association that demands your attention and requests your support. For our inaugural issue, Natalie von Laufenberg shines a spotlight on the important midwifery work by the Association Luxembourgeoise de Sages Femmes.
Mum and small business owner Caroline Parfect talks to LUX WMN on discovering that she was an entrepreneur all along.
Now, more than ever, there is a call for women to speak up and speak out – it is a call to vocal arms. But are we doing enough? Are we being heard? Julia Elisabetta Pitterman discusses the importance of women in politics.
According to the Celluloid Ceiling, women make up 21% of all directors, writers, producers, executive producers, editors and cinematographers working on the top 100 grossing films as of 2020. Two of those women, Karolina Markiewicz and Marion Guth, use their platforms to bring attention to social issues including feminism, immigration, sexual violence during wartime, colonization and much more.
Traveling alone as a woman can be intimidating and worrisome, but traveling alone is a wonderful experience that everyone should have the opportunity to try at least once. However, given the current climate in the world, it may not always feel like the safest or most desirable experience to pursue.
The world needs more people like Sandrine Gashonga. She is one of those rare individuals who sees injustice and takes action, determined to improve the lives of others.
I remember when I moved to Luxembourg in 2016 after just getting married in India. I was so nervous and under confident about everything. It was then that I got introduced to Mintaah, who was my husband’s senior at business school and a current colleague.
As a child, growing up in Central Asia, I never learned how to ride a bike. I cannot blame my parents. Trust me, they tried.