According to recent research by Catalyst, ageism is the most common form of discrimination in Europe. In fact, more than 44% of respondents interviewed in Europe and 64% of those in the United Kingdom reported their concerns about age discrimination. In the United States, 61% of workers at or over 45 have reported witnessing or experiencing ageism in the workplace…
Do crises really draw public attention to professions that have become invisible? Once those crises have passed, do the people who have been brought into the spotlight go back behind the curtain, or does the public stick to its opinion about their value to society? Here is some food for thought.
80% of 18-30 year olds believe that their generation is less sexist than previous generations. The editorial staff at the EVE wemagazine looked into whether young people today do indeed take a more equal approach than their elders…
Nearly half of all S&P 500 employees are women, but they only hold 37% of first or mid-level management positions and less than 6% are CEOs. Although more women are now in senior management roles than ever before, the pipeline to the top is still leaky, meaning that the number of women who get to leadership positions does not reflect the proportion of women further down the ranks.
After reading Alexandra Borchardt’s recent column about the continuing gender imbalance in the US media, I’ve realized that current feminist strategies are failing. It’s time to start doing things differently.
World poverty could be cut in half if all adults completed quality secondary education…
“politically correct”, a vector for culture, or a weapon for censorship? The EVE webmagazine team takes a closer look.
Promoting women’s rights, equality and the values of gender diversity, isn’t just an annual event!
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.