The Gibraltar Lecture
Bestselling author Paola Diana is a woman on a mission to change the world. A world which she believes works in a way far from the only way possible. With a finger pressed firmly on the pulse when it comes to female empowerment, rights and equality, she has established herself as a profound voice for women from all walks of life. A renegade with a cause, Paola has used her entire career to defy all laws of gender supremacy and stereotypes, and as a media personality, author and female rights activist, she continues her strenuous efforts to delve into the sociological science behind male patriarchy – changing the world as we see it in the process. Her book, ‘Saving the World. Women: the XXI’s Century Factor for Change’ impinges on female’s conditions and the struggles to achieve a meaningful equality. A vivid call for change, Paola’s polemic style of writing is aimed at inflicting impactful modifications in governments, industries and cultural institutions.
Her formidable stature as a focal point for female empowerment has seen her emerge as a pillar for women all over the world, as a result of her endeavours to destroy all boundaries standing in their way. Whether it be through literacy or public calls against the tide of oppression – there can be no denying that Paola is a force to be reckoned with. She uses her personal experiences to fuel her empowerment discourse as somebody who has seen first-hand the damage of gender oppression, whether it be at home, or in the workplace.