13 Feb
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Sweden Is the Best Country For Women to Live In

A country that is no stranger to their global rankings was recently named the best country in the world for women by BAV Consulting and the University of Pensylvania’s Wharton School of Business. Asa Regner, Sweden’s Prime Minister since 2014, credits the ranking to decades of advocating on behalf of women’s rights and putting systems in place […]

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08 Jan
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Women Are Taking Over the Military Industrial Complex

As of the start of 2019, 4 of the nation’s 5 biggest defense contractors are female-led. CEO’s of Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, the defense arm of Boeing are women. After what has always been male-dominated, the decades of women entering STEM has acted as a watershed. Lockheed Martin CEO, Marillyn Hewson believes it is also […]

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16 Jul
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How Gender Equality Can Lead To a More Productive and Inspired World.

Sameer Areff, Chief Operating Officer, SAP Middle East South speaks of about gender equality, in the work place and in the society for the future and well-being of the world. We live in a world that is yet to completely empower all the wonderful human potential it is blessed with. Stereotypes and gender discrimination still […]

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11 Jun
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U.K. Women Celebrate 100 Years of Voting Rights

Thousands of women turned cities in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales into rivers of green, white and violet on Sunday to mark 100 years of voting rights – since the first women won the right to vote in Britain. Wearing scarves in the colors of the suffragette movement that fought for female political rights, […]

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07 Jun
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Cannes Film Festival Promises Greater Gender Equality.

Organizers of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival signed a pledge committing to policies promoting more gender equality, in response to activism from women in the film industry. “The world is no longer the same. We must examine our own practices, our habits and our history,” said festival head Thierry Fremaux, who has faced criticism for […]

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