It seems incredible that we are in the year 2019 and we still have to fight for the equality of women. Women who represent 50% of the world's population According to World Bank data, who have not yet recognized the same rights as their male partners due to a greater extent, to a retrograde, oppressive and outdated way of thinking.
The world has changed a lot since we inhabited it, and women have had a very important point in the history of mankind. A story that we must remember and teach the little ones to eliminate once and for all the differences between genders, and what we can do thanks to the application «Women who changed the world«.
What is Women who changed the world?
As proclaimed in the description of the app in the App Store, it is about «An app designed by Gemma, illustrated by Sonia and programmed by Laura, because girls also make apps!».
With beautiful illustrations, this app available in Spanish and English, tells stories such as Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani activist who had to overcome many barriers to go to school. Or like the discoveries of Marie Curie, the first person to win two Nobel Prizes.
He also talks about the rebel of Rosa Parks, one of the most important figures who fought for the cause of civil rights in the United States. Or that of several female astronauts who managed to break the gender barrier. From the top of the screen, the image of the aviator Amelia Earhart guiding the eye is also a guide to the idea that gave rise to this app.
«My daughter asked me one day if the girls could be pilots, which surprised me, I told her of course she did, and asked her what this question was about»
«It is not surprising that the message does not stop. Most of the people we talk about every day in the news, and those we study at school, are men »
Gemma Malet –co-founder and executive co-director of Learny Land
An application designed to publicize the historical importance of women, to which we owe so much and without which we are who we are. A perfect application to celebrate the International Women's Day which is celebrated today March 8, which you can download on your iPhone and iPad through the following link.