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4 Global Lists That Highly Rank the Philippines in 2014

The end of the year is fast approaching, and it’s about time we pause for a moment and look back at where we’ve been in the past twelve months. 1,252 more words

Bpo Industry

On n'est pas si mal barré

Ecrit par MRG

Il y a quelques mois, je discutais avec un bon ami à moi. Nous parlions du féminisme. Je vais vous épargner les détails de notre conversation qui fût intéressante et en est arrivée à la partie qui a inspiré ce que j’écris aujourd’hui. 809 more words

On Being Umurundi

WEF: Women Equality - One Step forward

After having effective discussions in the morning, a working paper was introduced but what happened during lunch?

A few delegates did not return as India, who’s attitude was called into question yesterday. 296 more words


There is a Great Deal of Variation in the Conditions of Life and Labor of the Indian 'Working Class'

One of the consequences of economic liberalization in India, as elsewhere in the world, has been to encourage the informalization of labor, so that the share of organized, formal employment in the labor force as a whole has been declining (Harriss, 2010). 292 more words


WEF: Improving Health and Child Care - a Key for a Better Life?

Health Care is one of the main steps to close the gender gap in developing as well as developed countries but with different focuses.

While developed countries do need to concentrate on questions like how to implement or improve a child care system, developing countries face other more fundamental problems caused by a lack of basic medicine system like getting vaccinations – as one example given by Lebanon. 579 more words


WEF: India and the Appreciation of Women

Today’s topic of the World Economic Forum is the Gender Gap and how to overcome inequalities among the sexes, but the delegate of India – actually for the journalist as a woman important delegate –  was missing. 373 more words


Freakin' Eugenicists...Al Gore, Bill Gates

Published on Apr 5, 2014

Al Gore recently commented that Africa’s population is a problem that “must be addressed” at a World Economic Forum meeting as Bill Gates nodded in agreement. 81 more words