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Latest Articles in Gender Equality

Women Constitute Only 2% In Senior Leadership: MD, JLL India

But in spite of everything I strongly believe that authority is never given, it is assumed and nothing can replace hard-work, says Charu Thapar, Managing Director at Property and Asset Management, JLL India.

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CEEW Launches ‘Women in Sustainability’ On World Environment Day

This initiative aims to be a network of individuals and institutions committed to increasing participation and encouraging career growth for women across various segments of the public policy sector.

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Championing Issues of Women Entrepreneurship With Gender Expert Stella Mally

It is believed that developed nations face only first world problems and their issues or challenges are different from that of the third world countries but Stella Mally, a gender expert, lawyer and social entrepreneur from Spain, tells otherwise. She mentions how she was drawn towards human rights issues during her law studies

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'India Has To Learn From Iceland When It Comes To Pertaining Gender Gap At Workforce'

The need of the hour is gender equality. The women of Iceland are a testament to the progressive and hard working society that has come together to minimise the gender gap

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Violence Against Women: Not Just A Family Issue

The fight against violence against women (VAW) is a long drawn one. But, if we hold a commitment towards achieving gender equality, social inclusion and human rights for all, one of the sustainable development goals (SDG) - setting up a responsive legal framework is essential

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16-day Of Activism - Are You Ready To Do Your Bit?

Given the increasing penetration of media especially social media, it is hoped that the issue is gaining greater visibility

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Equity Makes Evaluation More Effective

Evaluation here needs a fundamental reorientation from external observation to being an internal disrupter

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The Making Of The Indian Millennial Man

BW Businessworld speaks to Prathap Suthan, CCO, Bang In The Middle, who helps us unpack the Indian Millennial Man

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International Child Abduction And Domestic Violence: Why Children Are Sent Back To Violent Homes

By adopting The Hague Convention as is, are we doing justice to Indian women and children trapped in violent homes in foreign countries?

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Five Key Lessons About Women And Work In India

Despite the increasing number of women pursuing secondary and post-secondary education, India’s women keep dropping out. Since 2005, more than 25 million Indian women have left the labour force

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