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Women and gender diversity on Wikimedia: Help find quality articles

Can you help find high-quality articles that celebrate women and gender diversity on Wikipedia and sister sites?

This month recognizes women around the world. In honor of… 215 more words

Wikipedia

Inspire Campaign to fund new gender diversity initiatives

Complex issues require collective action. Do you have an idea to increase gender diversity in Wikimedia projects? From now until March 31st, Wikimedia’s Inspire Campaign… 637 more words

WikiWomen

Union und SPD klären letzte Streitfragen zur Frauenquote

Die Berliner Koalitionsparteien haben ihren Streit um Details für die geplante Frauenquote für Führungsposten in Unternehmen beigelegt. Der Entwurf von Bundesfamilienministerin Manuela Schwesig (SPD) sei “an den entscheidenden Stellen nachgebessert” worden, teilte Unions-Vizefraktionschefin Nadine Schön in Berlin mit. 288 more words

Female Executives

First Women Summit: Are quotas bad for business?

The subject of quotas has been a greatly debated subject. Lord Davies’ target of 25 per cent women in boardrooms “within sight”, but Vince Cable has suggested that quotas could be enforced if objective is not met. 669 more words

Female Executives

FACEBOOK NOW OFFERS GENDER DIVERSITY

Facebook has always been the most popular social media platform among the others because of its innovative and diverse approaches about its use within and for the residents of social world it resides in. 10 more words

Marriage is not a social construct. Society is a marital construct. Part I

One of the things the modern university is nearly unanimous in affirming, at least in political speech, is that “marriage is a social construct.”  The assertion is closely related to the even more frequently asserted claim that “gender is a social construct.” 540 more words

More CEOs Named John or David than all #womenCEOs in S&P1500

Last week we wrote about the sad but revealing fact that there are more directors of S&P1500 companies named John, Robert, William or James than all the women directors for those companies, taken together. 215 more words