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Are Female Leaders Better at Fighting COVID-19?
By admin July 15, 2020

Female leaders all over the world are besting their male counterparts when it comes to fighting COVID-19. From PM Jacinda Ardern to Germany’s Merkel to Finland’s Marin, women are showing the way to fight COVID-19.

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International Women’s Day 2020: Continuing the Fight for Gender Equity
By admin March 8, 2020

Today marks International Women’s Day 2020. It’s worth noting the following facts about Women’s Leadership and and how “women as leaders and decision-makers at all levels are critical to advancing gender justice and gender equality—and to furthering economic, social, and political progress for all.” When women are meaningfully represented and engaged in leadership bodies—such as legislatures,

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Invisible Children
By admin May 2, 2017

Statistics analyzed in a recent report by Plan International illustrate data that was used to formulate the question, “When does a child stop being a child and become a girl or a boy?” According to the World Bank, within the next decade about 40 million young adults in sub-Saharan Africa will drop out of school.

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THE BASSIOUNI GROUP COMPLETES UNITED NATIONS PROJECT IN DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA (DPRK)
By admin April 19, 2017

  To understand the Situation of Children and Women in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), UNICEF contracted The Bassiouni Group (TBG) to explain the causes of, and linkages between, issues affecting women and children and how the country’s resources, institutions, and structures can contribute to solving these challenges. To meet this goal, TBG

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Global Interpretations of Violence Against Women
By admin March 7, 2017

The touchy subject of rape is often viewed as an act of violence, however some countries view it as a basis of purity or honor. According to the Equality Now charity, this act is “still ignored in the law by most governments.” In three particular countries, Belgium, Greece, and the Netherlands, each fail to adhere

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