Statistic: Nearly 50% of marriages in America end in divorce. -Time Magazine While the number of marriages that end in divorce is sobering, there are all kinds of associated statistics related to children and divorce. Children from divorced families are […]
One Landmark graduate has pioneered opportunities for women in comedy.
An innovative new organization is fighting human trafficking through cutting edge prevention programs and survivor support.
An acclaimed Landmark graduate’s documentary on violence is now on Amazon, as well as being screened in Minneapolis on August 2nd.
One woman has taken on a national project to have women ensure the safety of other women.
The Orange County Register is writing about a project spearheaded by a Landmark graduate to create an online portal for women in the Middle East and Africa to be able to easily access a register of their legal rights.
Two Landmark graduates are launching a monthly sponsorship program through which American women donate a kit containing feminine hygiene products to a girl in the developing world even as they buy their own.
More than 100 free makeovers are going to woman impacted by domestic violence.
A new program is setting out to give women greater opportunities in the workplace in India via legislation affecting maternity leave.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is providing key health information and sex education to Indian teens.
Beauty Bites Beast takes on that misguided set of beliefs and flips them on their head, not only with Mexican factory workers but with Kenyan “grannies,” university students, housewives and executives from all over the world.
After a decades long journey, a film about empowering women in the face of countless obstacles, is coming to Jerusalem.
How one man turned a parent’s worst nightmare into a stand for love, peace and forgiveness.
Sara Safari climbs the world’s tallest mountains to raise money for Empower Nepali Girls, a group providing an education for the poorest Nepali girls and keeping them out of the sex trade.
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
by Jessica Hartman Jaclyn Mishal heard dramatic stories of world travelers from the safety of the travel office where she was employed. Working late one evening, colleagues were joking about the many mysteries of how to travel and what to […]
A New York model took an unusual leap – as a woman she began to model as a man. As covered in The New York Post and CNN.
Caroline Muhlich’s project that she created in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program found a colorful and effective way to raise awareness of cervical cancer in the UK – encourage women to wear bright red lipstick. The Red Lippy Project […]
Two dedicated Landmark graduates are out to do whatever it takes to reduce maternal mortality in the developing world.
One woman veteran of the Iraq war created a project in the Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to create a book sharing the diverse experiences of woman in combat.
Landmark Forum graduate and author Ellen Snortland discusses how women aren’t usually conditioned to be able to defend themselves – what if the ability to defend oneself was a natural right and something everyone was trained in?
Rachel Shebesh, a member of Kenya’s parliament whose political career was inspired by taking part in The Landmark Forum, talks about what it will take more women involved in Kenyan politics.
A show looking at women’s life journeys debuts near Chicago on July 20th. It evolved out of one woman’s project from Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
In honor of Mothers Day, here are two recent news stories related to Landmark Education and mothers.
Video about Olga’s Beautiful Beings, created to aid those affected by sexual assault and abuse.
The Austin Women’s clothing swap is holding its second annual event this March.
Warriors for Peace held its second annual yogathon fundraising event (originally created in the Landmark SELP program).
Oz du Soleil’s Support 1000 program, created in the Landmark Education SELP, has contributed bras to thousands of women in need.
In Landmark Education’s self-expression and Leadership Program, Oz du Soleil created a project to donate thousands of bras to underprivileged women and girls.
When Lisa Van Gelder enrolled in a class through Landmark Education, a program of leadership and self-improvement classes, she was focused on improving her self-expression skills. But soon she found that through helping herself, she could also help others.