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‘The Power of Yin’

Highlights benefits of holistic approach to SRI, sustainability, networking, the Love Economy, the empowerment of women.

Relates to: Wealth of Networks, SRI, Global Citizenship

B Team Leaders Speak Up to End Violence Against Women

B Team Leaders Speak Up to End Violence Against Women

Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. We believe it is time for business leaders everywhere to speak up, take action and renounce all forms of violence and discrimination. Business cannot thrive in a world where so many women, who perform two thirds of the world’s work, continue to live in fear of [...]

Women for Climate Justice Prepare to Speak out During COP21 Climate Negotiations

Women for Climate Justice Prepare to Speak out During COP21 Climate Negotiations

Women for Climate Justice Prepare to Speak out During COP21 Climate Negotiations SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., November 23, 2015 - Next week, as world governments enter into UNFCCC COP21 climate negotiations, global women leaders will unite in Paris to push for their voices for climate justice, women's leadership, and systemic change to be brought [...]

Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women : sign the Memorandum and Resolution

Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women : sign the Memorandum and Resolution

You want to contribute to women's empowerment and gender equality, finding innovative solutions to escape poverty and fight against all forms of violence against women and girls? Read and sign the Memorandum and Resolution of Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women resulting of the action-conference [...]

McKinsey report finds women’s workplace equality can add trillions to global growth

McKinsey report finds women’s workplace equality can add trillions to global growth

How advancing women’s equality can add $12 trillion to global growth September 2015 | byJonathan Woetzel, Anu Madgavkar, Kweilin Ellingrud, Eric Labaye, Sandrine Devillard, Eric Kutcher, James Manyika, Richard Dobbs, and Mekala Krishnan Executive Summary PDF–989KB Full Report PDF–3MB Gender inequality is [...]

With Robo-Adviser SheCapital, Tina Powell Aims to Empower Women

With Robo-Adviser SheCapital, Tina Powell Aims to Empower Women

With Robo-Adviser SheCapital, Tina Powell Aims to Empower Women   An investment firm designed for new female investors, SheCapital seeks to close the gender gap in financial advice.

The World’s Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs

The World’s Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs

Chart of the Day - Economy and Society August 25 2015 Where in the world are women most likely to found a business? According to the Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking 2015, the number of female entrepreneurs is now significantly higher than in previous years. Even so, it is much lower than the number of men [...]

How She Leads: Rebecca Kenow, Land O’Lakes

  Biologist Rebecca Kenow spent two decades managing public sector environmental programs in Minnesota and then at a petroleum refinery before becoming the first full-time director of sustainability for agricultural cooperative Land O’ Lakes several years ago. While Land O’Lakes butter and milk may be the most familiar products for [...]

Where are all the female innovators?

The dearth of women in STEM careers isn’t from discrimination but a perception and visibility issue, says Dame Sue Ion Women now make up 24% of FTSE 100 board positions and are increasingly represented in high profile science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) roles. Both the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institution of [...]

Court rules that there are no checks and balances

Court rules that there are no checks and balances

Financial Reform Newsletter March 20, 2015 Court rules that there are no checks and balances when the Executive Branch settles cases, even those that caused the worst financial crash since 1929 and caused the worst economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s, [...]

Top of the Food Chain: How Women Are Helping Each Other Lead the Food and Farming Sector

Ten years ago, when I was working at an environmental center at Harvard Medical School, I had coffee with a woman who was working for one of the large, national environmental NGOs. The conversation turned into what a friend calls a "woe-down." We lamented that our directors were men, that the faculty or in-house experts were mostly men, and [...]

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