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Women in Finance Are a Small Pool...Across the Pond

Last weekend, the Financial Times featured an article about women in the “City” (the name for London’s analogue to New York’s Wall Street, which was historically a square mile of London dominated by financial institutions).   450 more words

This is why there aren't more women at Davos

As the world’s most formidable leaders prepare to gather at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, the event’s glaring lack of gender diversity has once again been brought to the public’s attention. 316 more words

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The 23 Fortune 500 companies with all-male boards

It’s 2015, and nearly 5% of Fortune 500 companies are still run by all-male boards of directors.

That’s the finding of a recent Fortune analysis in collaboration with S&P Capital IQ on the gender composition of Fortune 500 boards. 323 more words

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Joint Statement on the Affirmation of Gender Diverse Children and Youth

The following joint statement by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE-ACFTS) and the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) clarifies our position on issues of social work education and social service provision with respect to gender diverse children and youth. 785 more words

For Turkey, more women on boards means little

A new report out today from Catalyst, a nonprofit focused on women in the workplace, finds that women across the globe are gaining seats on corporate boards. 430 more words

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Diversify - Creating a Hackathon with 50/50 Female and Male Participants

There have been many efforts during the past few years to raise awareness of gender equality in the IT industry. But it’s been slow progress… 2,054 more words

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The powerful woman behind Intel's new $300 million diversity initiative

Amidst the barrage of new TVs and connected fitness trackers unveiled at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas came a surprising announcement from chipmaker Intel: a $300 million investment in training and recruiting female and other groups of under-represented computer scientists. 719 more words

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