It is now no secret to the public that peacekeepers can also be perpetrators of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and abuse and some of the contributing countries in those operations do not have the will to properly hold these people accountable.
What happens when someone gets angry? It obviously depends greatly on cultures and personalities. However, quite often, it’s not really recommended in the professional sphere. It’s the sign that a person is losing their temper, and thus the control of the situation. Anger also leads us to make impulsive and irrational decisions. “Anger is a bad counselor” as they say so well.
In Nepal’s context, women are more likely to face different forms of violence which includes: domestic violence, sexual abuse and torture, rape, sexual harassment, women trafficking, dowry, mental torture, verbal abuse, gender discrimination, child marriage, polygamy, polyandry due to social custom and prejudices that undermine equal status and opportunities for women in public and private domain
The most powerful way we have to achieve the necessary improvements is to continue working, and not in any way, but to work to get to the root of the conflict, to diagnose with knowledge of the cause where its origin lies and to be able to design a roadmap that allows us to solve it together with men.
In the real world, therefore, we are all fighting these imbalances, we are trying to make our voice heard, we are also interested in the impact that new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, will have on the gender issue
“Developments in Artificial Intelligence will render 80% of ‘white-collar’ professional jobs redundant over the next thirty years.”
This was one of the very striking predictions made by Dr Stephen Davies of the Institute of Economic Affairs at the Home Renaissance Foundation Experts’ Meeting: The Home in the Digital Age this February 2019.
Michaela Jamelska asked the professor J. Arnaud who has teaching experience from a primary, secondary, high school and University from all around the world and most recently from the school close to Silicon Valley, what are current technology trends in education and what is the impact of technology in education.
This 28 May 2019, at CaixaForum-Madrid headquarters, my colleague Esther Jiménez and I presented the EJE&CON Report "Good Practices for talent management and improving competitiveness in companies", prepared by the Carmina Roca and Rafael Pich-Aguilera Women and Leadership Chairs at IESE, with the sponsorship of CaixaBank and the participation of more than 100 organizations from all sectors.
One day, I was asked to give an inspiring speech to a hundred young professionals with high potential from a big company. I wasn’t a speaker, but they’d contacted me because I had impressed a few managers during a round table.
Various challenges of governance arise with the existing structures in place providing gender training in Peace Support Operations (PSOs). For instance, there is a very high number of actors involved in the process from policy design to implementation as well as monitoring and evaluation
We live in a disconnected society where every day the importance as well as the economic and social urgency is emphasized to care for human ecology, as a sine qua non condition to "safeguard our common home and its inhabitants.
Work not only gives dignity to the person carrying it out but also to those on the receiving end and we will always value it. No robot, hologram or other talking machine, however warm and friendly their voices may sound, could ever replace the human touch – so traditional ‘people-centred’ jobs will never go away.
When a manager (him, for instance) has two positions to attribute to two equally skilled candidates, they tend to give the simplest one to the woman and the more complicated one to the man. He seeks to increase the chances of success of women – after all, there are very few women, we’re not going to risk their failure!
Every morning we wake up to debates about victims, aggressors, rights, false allegations... It is surprising, on the one hand, how many facts and figures are given, which are unrelated to each other and even contradict each other. In social networks such as Twitter, we witness a dance of information and denials, of unmasked hoaxes, of communiqués and declarations. Many of us wonder who to believe, what figures are authentic and how to check the veracity of the data. With posttruth installed in all spheres and ease of manipulation, what studies can we believe?
We all have natural affinities and colleagues we “like” more than others … It’s human, of course, but that does not justify treating people differently in the workplace.
So, how do we dissociate the work from the affect? The first thing to do is to sit down and think. Don’t let your emotions take over. And then, ask yourself what the reason of the rejection/oversight/etc. is.
Parenthood is in transition. In recent years, the number of minutes fathers devote to their children has increased, men's participation in the perinatal period has grown, whether in gynecological visits or birthing classes, and a genuine interest in wanting to be more involved in childcare has blossomed. However, there is still a way to go.
Responding to the coronavirus in relation to the Home, we have produced a Communication Report in which different personalities share their experience of what home is – and means – to them during this time of a pandemic.
Breakthrough Leadership Transformation Group is a premier leadership advisory firm better known as the leadership catalysts. We focus on enabling leaders and organizations to gain deep knowledge and practice authentic, inclusive and transformational leadership.
what do we mean by feminine management and masculine management? I’m against the idea of giving different genres to management. The problem today lies in the fact that society has established a certain leadership style as being the one that all managers should follow. As a result, an ideal of leadership is created, often by supermen, sometimes by superwomen, who manage to build teams, motivate them, understand them, have time to work out 1 hour every morning, do yoga and meditation in the evening, and are obviously very charismatic and always confident. Leaders who never get angry, who coach their teams, reassure them, explain things, who give guidance without micromanaging… I mean, you know…
While working from home has been seen as beneficial for those otherwise commuting into the cities, it has been detrimental for those dependent on such commuters – office cleaners, receptionists, cab drivers, restaurant and catering staff. These are typically some of the lowest-paid roles and their loss is all the more serious as a consequence. The place this is felt first is in the home.
In September 2020, ICRW Asia—in partnership with Global Health 50/50 and the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)—launched the world’s largest and most comprehensive sex-disaggregated COVID-19 database
N’oubliez jamais qu’il suffira d’une crise politique, économique ou religieuse pour que les droits des femmes soient remis en question. Ces droits ne sont jamais acquis. Vous devrez rester vigilantes votre vie durant. ~ Simone de Beauvoir-This warning by Simone de Beauvoir still hits home after so many years passing between the writing of The Second Sex and the era of AI and pandemics. Yes, the global gender gap index is still improving according to the reports of World Economic Forum, but our time poses some new challenges of its own, not to mention the old ghosts of the past still hanging around.
You can be the drop in the ocean that starts waves of change! Stories Matter is a very compelling book. Stories Matter is a very compelling book. It is a collage of meticulously compiled life lessons shared by women.
The Journal of learning style will publish in 2021 a number on Women's visibility in education as an engine for change and equality.
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A teacher is constantly faced with discrimination. Often, he or she must contend with multiple prejudices which are cultivated in the home and which society itself at times perpetuates. L’Education Nationale, for example, has for a long time played a role in the development of inequalities between men and women
"No pessimist has ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an undiscovered land, or opened up new hope in the human heart.
Helen Keller, First deaf and blind person to obtain a university degree. Writer, speaker, activist and philanthropist. Anne Sullivan was responsible for her education
In three weeks time, five storms hit the Philipines, three of them destroyed our infrastructure, displaced people, denuded farms, and more.With all these 21 typhoons visiting the country and disturbing national peace this year, not to mention the number of earthquakes in between, there is COVID-19 in the equation. Our frontliners and rescuers are overworked, underpaid, stressed, and unappreciated. This is a call for CLIMATE JUSTICE. To those in power who are making climate decisions, I hope you do not look at statistics as mere numbers, but as real people with survival stories.
The confinement put us all to the test, since feeling deprived of freedom, not being able to continue with a normal life and having to stay at home. In the months of April and May, the percentage of people suffering from mental problems and serious fatigue increased and it would be interesting to see if the cause is due to telework or simply telework misapplied by necessity.
The home, as we have experienced from months of lockdown due to Covid, is pivotal in our understanding of ourselves and others. All the prejudices of our understanding, especially when it comes to disabilities, are gleaned from the home. And those prejudices are reinforced, for example, by television dramas. But parents, relatives, friends and those who work with people with Down’s syndrome follow a very different storyline.
I am the founder and executive director for Malkia Foundation, a national nongovernmental organization in rural Western Kenya that empowers girls with educational opportunities and women skills for enterprise development towards gainful and or self-employment for sustainability.
Ann McCreath has been recognised as woman “innovactoras” i.e., as Today’s innovators with the attitude and aptitude to build a better world from different realities of the 21st century: Science, Technology, Business, Education and Society. “Innovactoras won the WSIS Prize winner in 2020 for category 11- International and regional cooperation. The WSIS prizes represent the year’s most innovative and high-impact projects from around the world that demonstrate the vital role of ICTs in achieving the United Nations.
People often ask me to share tips and tricks to promote diversity at the workplace. I’m going to walk you through the methods that allowed me to increase the number of women in my team for each of my roles.
We are bringing you an interview with Kay Fabella, a DEI Consultant and Remote Team Strategist. Kay is passionate about the gender equality topic and in past years she has worked with multiple companies including the IMF, Philips, Red Hat, and PepsiCo, to improve inclusivity, communication and diversity. As Filipina American, Kay draws from her own lived experiences as a "multihyphenate" woman of color, a daughter of immigrants, and an immigrant herself to build bridges for belonging. She believes that more inclusive workplace cultures start with sharing non-linear stories — to expand worldviews and increase connectivity and collaboration.
With her company, Inclusion in Progress, Kay works with companies to create equitable workplaces. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and Thrive Global.
Progress in computing and the explosion of data has opened up astonishing prospects for mankind in many fields: the development of science, robotics enabling the exploration of naturally inaccessible areas, improved comfort, intercommunication and medicine. We can be rightly astonished at the extent of the help that technology brings us daily. However, all this technique, which some people call artificial intelligence (or A.I.), if it already provides us with many services, can have perverse effects.
If you’ve applied the tips I gave in the previous article, you should now have several new female recruits! The question now is how to integrate them into the different departments. How do you ensure that they enjoy working in their respective teams? That’s what we’ll look at together in today’s article.
Let’s start with welcoming new recruits!
We want to dedicate this new 2021 Communication project to all those homes where people live with disabilities. We have entered these homes to learn about the difficulties that the people who inhabit them experience every day. We want to honour all those family members who give so much of themselves so that their children, their parents or their grandparents live with dignity. We want to engage with professionals working in this field on how to deal with such a situation.
I present in this post the inspiring story of Eiko Hashiba, a Japanese banker who left her position to take care of her baby... and created a financial empire 10 years later. Having to resign from her position at Goldman Sachs made her question why consultants like her could not be outsourced, so as to have the possibility to integrate family and professional life. This was what she had in mind when, 10 years later, she founded VisasQ, of which she is CEO.
ndustry 4.0 has been a buzzword some time but technological development is happening at such a high speed that Industry 5.0 is almost here. The next wave of the industrial revolution will define how we collaborate and how we define the rules between human and machine interaction. This article aims to challenge your thinking about the way we are going to integrate technologies, how much power and rights we will reserve for them, and how our cohabitation will look like.
It is not the very clear inappropriate comments that do the most harm. These are easy to identify, and are generally unanimously condemned by the team members. In the end, they are quite easy to eliminate if you decide to really tackle the problem, by making the company’s position on the issue clear.
Many women in Nigeria suffer ailments resulting from the use of firewood. The World Health Organization states that “Over 98,000 Nigerian women die annually from use of firewood. If a woman cooks breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is equivalent to smoking between three and 20 packets of cigarettes a day.”
Today, I would like to address the problem of speaking up in companies. If at first sight, this problem might seem secondary, this unequal relationship to speech has many consequences. This question is indeed closely linked to that of work recognition.
Half 1 2021 has been a big chapter in the book of life. I am not sure if you have found it harder than 2020, but many in my global networks have felt so. Maybe its because we thought C19 would be in the past and we faced this year with so much hope. I have had to relook at life and here are 15 personal lessons I have learnt and would like to share with you. Its a big act of vulnerability to be writing this. So here we go!
It is not just about addressing every environmental challenges we find but more of those that directly affect the lives of women across communities because there are facts that tell that women are the most affected by environmental challenges.
Malkia Foundation is trying its best, but our reserves are almost finished now. Before COVID, we used to serve 4,000 girls every year by making provision for menstrual hygiene management supplies to them. COVID doubled our numbers and without donors, wellwishers, partners and collaborators, not a single girl will be able to access a single sanitary pad for a single month for a long time to come.
The global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which began in late 2019, has put humanity and civilization in an unthinkable and challenging scenario. This crisis has harmed hard-won development gains while exacerbating pre-existing and chronic issues, including poverty, hunger, and unemployment. On March 24, 2020, the Government of Nepal (GON) announced a nationwide lockdown, affecting all social and economic activity in the country.
As we are seeing with the Russian invasion, Ukrainians flee the bombs, with no prior physical or mental preparation, leaving everything behind and not knowing what life will bring. This uncertainty, this insecurity, this fear, is affecting the deepest part of the human being.
He had observed that when a company employee does not have a certain balance and well-being at home, his or her performance is lower and sometimes he or she spends more hours in the office unnecessarily.
One of the novelties of the reform of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) was that both the teaching and learning processes should be affected by the introduction of the principle of equal opportunities from a gender perspective.
The entry of women into Parliament in 1931 confirmed the ability - and the need - for women to participate in public affairs. Although in numerical terms their presence might seem testimonial (barely 1%), the truth is that their parliamentary activity went much further. And the same happened in 1977, when, taking up the legacy of their predecessors, twenty-seven women, twenty-one in Congress and six in the Senate (barely 5%), took part in the first legislature of democracy. In 1931, of the three, two were jurists. In 1977, of the twenty-seven, five were jurists.
There is no doubt that since the first pioneering women jurists began their work, much progress has been made at the regulatory and associative levels. In Spain today there are several associations of women jurists (AEMJ, Themis, Association of Women Judges of Spain...), in addition, mixed professional groups have equality sections or commissions. Therefore, although there are still pending issues and improvements, we cannot ignore the progress we have made thanks to the efforts -sometimes superhuman- of those who preceded us and to whom we are indebted and who deserve not to be forgotten.
"I believe that a new era is beginning in the life of the law. Until now we women have lived on the fringes of the law; we have been nourished by the crumbs of the law, so comprehensive and broad, so humane and progressive for men, but so mean and sad, so decayed and harsh for women; you yourselves recognize this, the noble and loyal companions who have cried out against injustice and lend yourselves to remedy it. I am sure that a new era is beginning. A new day is dawning behind the tangled and dour jungle of Law, a new day when the sun will shine for all".
Finally, there is no doubt that there are AI algorithms that reinforce gender biases, but also ones that uncover them. However, AI itself is not one to blame. It is only mirroring issues of our society, and the fundamental work and improvements are still to be done among us, humans.
María Teresa Russo explains on the book "Hapiness and Domestic Lief" that it aims to provide a mainly conceptual framework for the relationship between the quality of domestic life and the home environment (family relationships, technical tools, housing style, household chores) and individual and social happiness, especially in the context of current changes.
It is life, not a disease. This slogan appears on the posters of a successful and relevant awareness campaign of the Regional Government of Extremadura, which aims to alert the population about the medicalization of situations and states that are not a disease, and that can and should be solved with will, advice and mental and emotional hygiene. Medicalization has led to normal life circumstances and events being identified as pathological and treated with medication.
Inequality in the relationship to speech is at the root of many other inequalities, which is why it is so important to tackle it. Additionally, companies will benefit from promoting (and prevent from losing) great employees who are not sufficiently recognized. They will also gain more from their contributions.
Now that I have come to this conclusion, a question remains: what can be done to solve this problem?
Amending or ending “mass education” doesn’t mean we eliminate curriculum. It simply means new generations will enjoy more personalized services tailored to enhance their unique individuality or address their particular needs while still fostering collaboration. Education’s new era should embrace the learners’ individual personalities, capabilities, talents, and strengths.
ATHENA (Approaches To valorise the High ENtrepreneuriAl potential of migrant women to contribute to their social and economic integration) is a two-year project funded is to contribute to the economic and social integration of migrant women in the EU society by improving the services of entrepreneurship support oriented to migrant women and creating a specific entrepreneurial path for them
We4Change: “Girls and Women Connecting for Environmental Change” is a project that aims to engage, connect, and empower girls and young women (aged 15-25) from disadvantaged backgrounds by offering an innovative combination of hands-on activities, training on digital, innovation, and environmental awareness skills, problem-solving and co-creation of prototypes to address climate change and drive environmental transformation.
The fight for women's rights has been a long and arduous journey, marked by significant achievements and setbacks. Women's right to vote, secured by the suffragette movement, was a major milestone in this struggle. However, despite these achievements, gender inequality persists in various forms, ranging from the gender pay gap to limited access to technology. This article sheds light on data and statistical information that reveal the extent to which women's access to technology is still limited.
Excellent schools encourage and assist pupils to realise their potential and are designed to equip them for success and fulfilment in the world beyond. Girls’ schools are founded on the principle that these aims are best achieved by educating girls separately.
There is strong evidence that girls-only education leads to higher academic achievement, greater diversity of subject choice, stronger self-confidence and resilience, and enhanced career progression.
Male failure? In school, boys generally fare worse than girls.
"The situation of women in Spain, according to all the statistics from international organisations, is one of the best in the world, although this does not mean that it cannot be improved. At present, there are more women at university than men, school failure is mostly male, as is suicide, and the presence of women is increasingly evident in professions such as medicine, the judiciary, state administration and the highest levels of politics. In addition, our life expectancy is several years longer than that of men".
This writing presents a collaboration to the UNESCO GEM report by the " Iguales y Diferentes " (Equal and Different) educational think tank. The text presents three ways in which female schools promote women's leadership: first, by encouraging risk-taking; second, by enhancing analytical skills to facilitate decision-making; and third, by eliminating gender stereotypes. Therefore, girls
become fearless , smart and genuine leaders.
School delays, immaturity, sexual misery: the feminist revolution and the advent of an egalitarian society have created an unprecedented crisis of masculinity. A phenomenon that is just beginning to be studied.
The incorporation of technology into the home is a crucial issue in the day-to-day life of households and it is necessary to continue generating material that serves to guide families, as well as to shaWe know that this is not a trivial issue.
it requires both social and individual effort to get it right. Our future and that of the next generations’ depends on the correct use of these technologies by both households and society.
At the end of 2022, Richard Reeves - a British researcher at the Brookings Institution, the benchmark think tank of the moderate left in the United States - published Of Boys and Men. Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It. Why the Modern Male Is Struggling. Why it matters. And what to do about it). His thesis stands in stark contrast to the Woke assumption about masculinity. According to Reeves, being a man today has, in fact, become a disadvantage in many areas: education, employment, health, psychological well-being, family relationships, and so on.
Building on our project design and management experience, we aim at building the capacities of GWMH stakeholders to carry out their social initiatives by providing them with the needed skills to design and write EU-funded projects proposals.
Tree and GWMH organise together this training
What's the secret to a happy relationship in marriage? Nate and Kaley Klemp have conducted a survey of hundreds of couples and claim that equality in marriage only leads to unsatisfactory compromises. On the contrary, it is the 80/80 model that is the key to a couple that lasts...
Promotion techniques vary from company to company, and even if it’s not intentional, some of them disadvantage women.
We have already established that most women will only apply for a position if they are sure they have all the required skills. So, by definition, a company that advertises open positions will see far fewer women applying than a company that identifies and suggests the position to potential candidates directly.
Today, we’re taking a look at this essential question: in the workplace, what’s the difference between a man and a woman?
Generally speaking, one of the only answers to this question is the possibility for women to have children.
Women who have chosen to become mothers will benefit from maternity leave. Following childbirth, they need time off to recover from this physical ordeal. However, at the end of that period, the choice of which parent will take the time to care for the child is purely cultural. Women are not born with a gene that tells them how to take care of a child. They don’t innately know how to feed, educate or care for a baby; they learn “on the job”.
Cody Taylor, Vice President Government Relations at Garrett - Advancing Motion; Marion Leslie, Head of Financial Information at SIX, and Member of its Executive Board; Magali Anderson, Chief Sustainability Officer and Member of the Executive Committee at LafargeHolcim; and Caroline Knoeri, Head Corporate Human Resources at private bank Vontobel join Professor of Finance at IMD Arturo Bris to discuss the current state of affairs regarding gender equality in the workplace.
Progress towards gender equality in business leadership roles is much too slow, so what measures are needed to get more women into senior roles and achieve a better gender balance in companies' boards and management teams? Sylvie Durrer, Director of the Swiss Federal Office for Gender Equality, Magali Anderson, Chief Sustainability and Innovation Officer at Holcim, Jos Dijsselhof, CEO of SIX Group and David Bach, IMD Dean of Innovation and Programs, explore ways of overcoming some of the obstacles to faster progress in this IMD/SIX webinar.
The switching-off might also need to be literal this summer. Some families are taking tech-audits and after working out how much time each family member is spending online and on-screen are agreeing to have a “switch-off summer.” This might be having a week away where there is no wifi, or deciding on a screen curfew after which talking to each other takes the place of fiddling with our phones.
The presence of women in the scientific field continues to present a significant imbalance in Spain and the world. Why do women stay away from this area? Are external or internal restraints causing this situation? How can we encourage and support young women scientists?
The challenge of being a woman in the 21st century is the challenge of being oneself. To do so, it is necessary to recover and rediscover the essence of femininity. The question of what it means to be a woman today precedes the question of the challenges that such a condition entails. In turn, when a woman asks herself what the essence of being a woman is, she is asking herself about her own identity.
The quest for self-knowledge and understanding has been a central theme in many philosophical traditions over the centuries. Of particular interest are the teachings of Socrates, a Greek philosopher of the 5th century B.C. The Socratic maxim "Know thyself" remains a powerful tool for personal development to this day.
is a social enterprise supporting talented men and women with young children so that they can progress in their leadership careers whilst at the same time enjoy their young family.
Our award-winning Fellowship Programme gives access to an external peer support network, high-quality training, mentoring and inspiring role models, enabling parents to thrive in their leadership role.
The Other Half is a new centre of research for practical, workable policy in the interests of women. They explore policy options that work for women. They will spur mainstream political thinking which builds women’s interests in from the start, considers whole system change, and properly represents the richness and reality of modern life.
In our research we found no age was the right age to be a woman leader. There was always an age-based excuse to not take women seriously, to discount their opinions, or to not hire or promote them. Each individual woman may believe she’s just at the wrong age, but the data make the larger pattern clear. Any age can be stigmatized by supervisors and colleagues to claim that the woman is not valued or is not a fit for a leadership role.
Personal branding is a topic and theme that never goes out of fashion because it is deeply connected to the impact of what you do for your chosen stakeholders. It is said that a brand is a promise kept. So how can you grow your personal brand this year ( Be proactive)?
Réseau Diane is the women's business network boosted by UCM, with almost 3,800 members in Wallonia and Brussels. The mission of Réseau Diane is to support women entrepreneurs by actively accompanying women entrepreneurs in the development of their businesses.
When it comes to the culture and climate of your workplace, trust is essential. Executives and senior leaders play a key role in setting the tone for the entire organisation and fostering a positive work environment where employees feel valued, respected, and supported. Openly communicate with your employees, listen to their feedback, and show that you’re committed to making your workplace a safe and supportive place for everyone.
You have not noticed that the words «manager» and «housewife» sound alike? It is not the result of chance, but of a common etymology: the Italian maneggiare, to which we also owe the name «manège» and the verb «manier». And if we go back even further, all these terms are derivatives of the Latin manus: the hand. Yes, manager, it’s literally driving with your hand. This is what the conductor does when he conducts the musicians; what the parent does with the child he is raising; what the person who runs the house does.
Leadership is a complex and demanding role, requiring many different skills. One of the most important skills for leaders is effective communication. Good communication can help leaders build relationships, inspire and motivate their team, and make better decisions. However, communication is not always easy, and it can be a challenge for even the most experienced leader.
In this blog post, we will explore some tips and techniques for improving your communication skills as a leader. We hope you find it helpful!
Stay-at-home dads like Lange are becoming more common. In the US, for example, the number nearly doubled from 1989 to 2012. But they're still relatively unusual. Of US families with opposite-sex, married parents, 5.6% have working mothers and non-working fathers, compared to the 28.6% with working fathers and non-working mothers.
I'm an entrepreneur, I love it and it's my choice. I've followed all the training courses to the letter, I respect the financial plans, I practise the 'law of abundance', I have an ironclad mindset and I master the laws of marketing like nobody else!.In short, I tick all the boxes of the good student. And yet... Some women entrepreneurs ask themselves: "Why isn't my business taking off?
being a woman entrepreneur in 2023 is not always a smooth ride. In addition to the professional challenges women entrepreneurs face, they also have to learn to manage their stress and not let their emotions get the better of them in conflict situations
The key thinking here is the recognition of how the home is the starting point for healthy neighbourhoods.the future not just of the buildings, but for the changing needs of residents. Human connectedness is a natural process and cannot in the end be engineered, but it can be assisted by empathetic and informed development choices.
With 1 in 4 women over the age of 25 having a stroke in their lifetime, stroke is the leading cause of death in women in France. The Women and Stroke Collective's mission is to raise women's awareness of stroke through prevention campaigns and to promote screening.
the home is ‘the open space for the silent flowering of the human’.‘the most hidden, private, safe and comfortable place for the ‘I’ (self), where it is sheltered from the natural world, to which it belongs as its most intimate refuge, and where it addresses the world and the ‘other’, opening itself to transcendence’.
The Big Parent Career Choices Survey was completed by nearly 900 working parents. It found that 86% of parents want to progress their careers in the next five years, with 51% wanting to progress in the next two years.
by the Hands of the Best, key to synergetic Leadership.The aim of the book is to integrate all the dimensions of Life in female leaders (acting at the same time as a professionnal, a mother and a spouse) leading to eliminate glass ceilings, stereotypes, micromachisms and prejudices in cooperation with men.The authors developed 17 case studies with 17 women having achieved an integrated Life.
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