Romanian photographer Mihaela Naroc created The Atlas of Beauty project a few years ago, and in her book you can see the diversity and beauty of women around the world.
My goal is for all women to shine like stars, because beauty is diversity and not just what we see in the media. Beauty has no age, color or tendency, and can be found in every good-hearted human being. I hope this book will come to various homes around the world, convincing more and more people that diversity is a treasure and not cause for conflict and hatred. We are very different, but at the same time we are all part of the same family. & #8221;
To learn more about the project, visit the artist's Instagram: Atlas of Beauty Project.
Imane is of African and European descent and dreams of opening an art gallery with artists from around the world.
Actress? Model? No, she just wants to finish her studies and become a nurse
Thorunn maintains an online community to unite Icelandic women
On a Sunday in 2015, as on other weekends, several people from Pokhara spend their time at Phewa Lake.
She was working in a field in one of the most remote places in the world.
She is a Muslim and her best friend, among many other women who own this small terrace, is a Christian. During her trip to Ethiopia in February, Mihaela admired how people of both religions lived together and saw several friendships that overcame this difference.