8 marzo, Google crea un Doodle e un video speciale per la Festa delle Donne

Pubblicato il: 07/03/2014
Autore: Redazione ChannelCity

Google ha voluto rendere omaggio alle donne di tutto il mondo con un particolare video che ritrae 100 donne "speciali" di tutto il mondo e con un Doodle speciale.

Sabato 8 marzo, si celebra in tutto il mondo la Giornata Internazionale delle Donne. Quest’anno Google ha voluto rendere omaggio a questa ricorrenza realizzando un Doodle speciale, pubblicato sulla home page del motore di ricerca con un giorno di anticipo e che sarà "attivo" per tutta la giornata dell'8 marzo.
"Le donne sono storicamente poco rappresentate in molti ambiti: le scienze, i programmi scolastici, gli affari, la politica e, purtroppo, anche nei Doodle. Così, in aggiunta al nostro impegno costante a supporto della diversità e dell’integrazione, abbiamo voluto celebrare  la Giornata Internazionale della Donna con un Doodle che ritrae oltre 100 donne di tutto il mondo da cui trarre ispirazione
", puntalizza Liat Ben-Rafael, del team Doodle di Google.

doodle-8-marzo-festa-della-donna.jpgE’ il nostro modo per ricordare il significato e il valore di questa ricorrenza, per farci ispirare dall’impegno straordinario delle donne ritratte nel Doodle, per mostrare il potere della voce delle donne.
Qui trovate il video del Doodle, insieme alla lista completa delle donne ritratte nel video (in ordine di apparizione):

  • Cee Chatpawee, TV host, IT Princess, Thailand
  • Chinaza Godwin Christiana, Student, Nigeria
  • Easkey Britton, Surfer and the first woman to surf in Iran, PhD and doctoral candidate, Ireland
  • Rahimah Yussof, Developer group leader, Brunei
  • Chen Yuhong, School teacher, China
  • Naho Okamoto, Jewelry designer, Japan
  • Mary Kom, Five-time World Boxing champion, India
  • Funlayo Adewale, Canteen owner, Nigeria
  • Jennifer Luo & Yi-hsin Chen, Mothers to be, Taiwan
  • Alifiyah Ganjee, Developer group leader, Kenya
  • Karnataka State Home Guard, India
  • Ana Cecilia Castillo, Developer group leader, Guatemala
  • Rivka Carmi, President of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
  • Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founded the place2be and Kids Company, caring for 17,000 children, UK/Iran
  • Dalia Grybauskaitė, President of Lithuania
  • Sarah Sechan, TV personality and entertainer, Indonesia
  • Shoko Uemura, Under-23 Women's Football Team member, Japan
  • Janet Mock, Trans woman rights activist and author, USA
  • Harusoga Fujima, Professional Nihon Buyo dancer (traditional dance), Japan
  • Mara Gabrilli, Congresswoman & Brazil's spokesperson for people with disabilities, Brazil
  • Maria da Penha, Women's rights advocate, named the law protecting women from domestic violence, Brazil
  • Viviane Senna, Entrepreneur and founder of NGOs, Brazil
  • Marta Silva, Awarded multiple times by FIFA golden ball as best female soccer player in the world, Brazil
  • Students, Guatemala
  • Maia Sandu, Minister of education, Moldova
  • Chamki, Adventurous and inquisitive schoolgirl muppet, India
  • Christine Van Broeckhoven, Molecular biologist, Belgium
  • Tanha Islam, Aspiring engineer, Bangladesh
  • Jake Feinler, Former head of Network Information Center at Stanford and Internet Hall of Fame member, USA
  • Iryna Velychko, Galyna Korniyenko & Marina Derkach, Developer group organizers, Ukraine
  • Marisa Millán, Proud grandma, Spain
  • Noelle Wenceslao, Janet Belarmino & Carina Dayondon, First Filipinas to climb Mount Everest, Philippines
  • Clarisse Reille, Managing Director of French Professional Committee for Apparel Economy Development, France
  • Gesche Joost, Professor of Design Research and one of Germany's "100 masterminds of tomorrow", Germany
  • Dora, Explorer
  • Nogah Dufresne, Multinational baby, France/Israel
  • Tooba Shaikh, Aspiring Developer, Pakistan
  • Katelyn Donnelly, Executive Director of the Pearson Affordable Learning Fund, USA/UK
  • Catherine Koo, Chairlady of United Christian College Parents Teachers Association, Hong Kong
  • Roba Al Assi, Blogger, Jordan
  • SOS Lambrate, Ambulance volunteers, Italy
  • Camila Bernal Villegas, Director of the CRAN Foundation and cancer survivor, Colombia
  • Malala Yousafzai, Education activist, Pakistan
  • Ashaji, Holds a Guinness World Record as most recorded artist in music history, India
  • Nonna Grishaeva, Actress, comedian and singer, Russia
  • Ndileka Xameni, Runs an orphanage, South africa
  • İpek Hanım's Farm, Business woman turned farmer and her village , Turkey
  • Prof. Jacqueline A. Oduol, Gender expert fighting for Women's and children's rights, Kenya
  • Martha Debayle, Radio personality, named one of the 50th most powerful women in Mexico by Forbes, Mexico
  • Alenka Godec, One of the most prominent jazz and pop singers in Slovenia, Slovenia
  • Zakeeya Patel, Actress, dancer and winner of South Africa's Strictly Come Dancing 2013, South Africa
  • Astrid Sartiasari, Singer, Indonesia
  • Jenny Chan, Ella Wong & Ching Hoi Man, Spokeswomen, Hong Kong
  • Isadora Faber, Education activist, 14 years old, Brazil
  • Refiloe Khaoli, Copyrighter, South Africa
  • Serena Gu, Grace Liang & Sharon Tam, University start-ups advocates, Hong Kong
  • Anne Geddes, Renowned photographer and women's advocate, Australia
  • Cecilia Chung, Social justice & human rights activist, HK/US
  • Diaa Elyaacoubi, Serial entrepreneur, named Entrepreneur of the Year 2004, France
  • Ros Juan, Entrepreneur and Social advocate, Philippines
  • Funmi Victor-Okigbo, Events Production Designer, Nigeria
  • Chen Junlan and QiQiGe, Office workers andproudd mothers, China
  • Tarryn Tomlinson, Inspiring quadriplegic working with disadvantaged youth, South Africa
  • Zahira Asmal, Founder of Design South Africa, South Africa
  • Foluso Olaniyan, Agricultural pioneer, Nigeria
  • Jirawadee Sudta, Awarded National Excellent Youth in law and protection of children's rights, Thailand

Inoltre, Il Google Cultural Institute ha il piacere di ospitare una serie di mostre digitali realizzate da musei e fondazioni partner di Google per celebrare il ruolo della donna nella storia e nella cultura di molti Paesi. Un altro modo per rivivere importanti momenti storici e celebrare grandi personaggi dell'universo femminile.,

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