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Give a woman tools to fight gender based violence

The hardest emotional battle a woman faces is when she needs to admit to herself that she is in an abusive relationship with a man she loves and believes loves her. 466 more words

Entrepreneurship

Business Support “On Equal Terms” in Sweden? Nära Skjuter Ingen Hare!

After eight excellent years of promoting women’s entrepreneurship in Sweden, the newly-elected government has closed programmatic support in this area (thus highlighting once again that elections do matter). 124 more words

Women's Enterprise Development

Precious Maliwa

Member: Maliwa, Precious (Female)

Current Position/ Profession & Institutional Affiliation: Head of Programs | Calvary Family Radio and TV

Research Interests: sexual rights for girls and women | girls’/women’s economic empowerment… 6 more words

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New UN Women Report Published

Every five years or so, the United Nations publishes a compendium of facts, statistics and analysis of the status of women around the world. These Progress of the World’s Women reports share statistics related to education, legal justice, social and political empowerment, and economic empowerment. 183 more words

Empowering Women

#MakeItHappen on March 8

March 8 marks the celebration of International Women’s Day. The observance began in the early 1900’s to support equal rights for women – including protesting employment discrimination, ending World War I, and voting rights. 191 more words

Women's Empowerment

Economic Inequality Costing Women Trillions

A report just out from UK’s ActionAid estimates the cost of inequality in women’s work around the globe, and it is truly staggering. The report, … 145 more words

Women's Empowerment

Gender-Based Violence and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Sub-Saharan Africa

Perspectives on Gender-Based Violence and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

Economic empowerment has long been considered a key component in structural interventions to reduce gender inequality and the experience of gender-based violence (GBV) among women and girls. 183 more words

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