Tag Archives: women

Afghanistan: From Subjugation to Success

Following the fall of the Taliban, Kamila Sidiqi has taken full advantage of the new rights afforded to women.

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Saudi Arabia: From the Eyes of an Insider

“Segregation” is the only way to describe the situation for women in Saudi Arabia.

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China: Where Young Men Are Looking for Brides

A cultural bias towards male heirs is creating a vast gender divide in China.

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Looking Backwards: International Women’s Day

Why do we tolerate a gap in leadership on women’s rights?

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10 Facts: Women in the Workforce: U.S. Versus the Rest

Are U.S. women still leading OECD nations in workforce participation?

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Women in the Workforce: A Global Perspective

Seven decades since the end of World War II, do U.S. women still lead in workforce participation rates?

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Afghan Women Train to Save Lives

Afghan women train as midwives at a clinic in order to help save lives in their villages.

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9 Facts: The Lonely Female Billionaire

Though billionaire females are greatly outnumbered by billionaire men, their combined wealth is still staggering.

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10 Facts: Why European Women Are Leaning In

When it came to women working, the United States once led. Now it lags.

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6 Facts: American Women Aren’t Going Back to Work (Yet)

Women left the workforce in droves after the last U.S. recession. So far, they haven’t come back.

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