The central role of female empowerment in development priorities reflects a shift towards a global consciousness recognizing the urgency of reducing gender inequality, both economically and politically. Nayé Bathily explains what ways are the most effective to improve gender equality, empower women and eradicate poverty.
Part 2: Gina Heng’s main advice for women is not to wait until you feel ready to start to control and grow your finances because that day will never come. Instead, you can take action today. Discover her advice.
Part 1: The relationship between women and money is very lopsided. While women are the world’s most powerful consumers today, we earn, control, and invest significantly less than men. What makes overcoming financial barriers so challenging for women, even after all these years of increasing equality in various fields?
L’Oréal received the 1st Prize for Europe by Equileap. This ranking has set gender equality as a new non-financial criterion for investors.
Meet her on September 28 in the Unfinished Festival 2018, in Romania, which brings together world innovators, artists, visionaries, entrepreneurs and change makers across all disciplines to exchange ideas.
Greg Jenkins praises that a rise in diversity and inclusion programs in the US and beyond, but it argues that in order to succeed, these initiatives will need leaders to work on themselves first.
Welcome to a new entry of our bi-monthly press review about women empowerment, featured on Instagram and our website. Below, you will find five stories we recommend. We hope you enjoy your read!
South Korea (Korea) has accomplished outstanding economic success, becoming the 11th largest economy in the world. However, the country’s women leaders are still considered token because only a small number of women take leadership positions in almost every corner of society.
Meeting with the philosopher Olivia Gazalé, author of Le mythe de la virilité — Un piège pour les deux sexes (Robert Laffont).
Who are these heroines of our modern times? A closer look at the “perfect woman”… or the perfectionist woman?