اغنية رائعة للامم المتحدة عن المراة صدرت هذا العام 2013 ” كلنا امرأة واحدة ” تدعو لعدم العنف ضد النساء تحية لكل من يدعم هذا الجهد فى العالم فالمراة نصف المجتمع ومربية نصفه الاخر. شارك بها 25 مطرب ومطربة من 20 دولة بالعالم
Published on Mar 7, 2013
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From China to Costa Rica, from Mali to Malaysia, acclaimed singers and musicians, women and men, have come together to spread a message of unity and solidarity: We are “One Woman”.
Launching on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2013, the song is a rallying cry that inspires listeners to join the drive for women’s rights and gender equality. “One Woman” was written for UN Women, the global champion for women and girls worldwide, to celebrate its mission and work to improve women’s lives around the world.
This year, International Women’s Day focuses on ending violence against women — a gross human rights violation that affects up to 7 in 10 women and a top priority for UN Women. As commemorations are underway in all corners of the globe, “One Woman” reminds us that together, we can overcome violence and discrimination: “We Shall Shine!” Join us to help spread the word and enjoy this musical celebration of women worldwide.
For lyrics, full credits and more information on our artists, please visit: http://song.unwomen.org
Produced at Livingston Studio, London, United Kingdom
Mixed at The Moor Room, United Kingdom
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York City
Produced at Microsoft Production Studios
Senior Manager Business Development and Marketing: Kara Costa
Producer: Maren S. Patterson
Editor: Denise Burdette
Production Coordinator: Betsy Grant
Photos and video courtesy of:
CIAT (Neil Palmer)
UNDP (Ahmed Rady, Ari Vitikainen, Issraa El-Ko, Mohammad Moniruzzaman)
UN Photo (Christopher Herwig, Kibae Park, Helena Mulkerns, Martine Perret, P Mugabane, Rick Bajornas)
UN Women (Catianne Tijerina, Gaganjit Singh, Janarbek Amankulov)
Special thanks to Microsoft as the corporate partner for the production of “One Woman”, particularly Orlando Ayala, Chairman of Emerging Markets, and Oriona Spaulding, Director of National Competitiveness.