A debate at the World Bank in DC posed this question, however the evidence today points to going after both political and economic power at the same time.Read more . . .
Unequal pay is not a matter of what women do, what their rank is, how much seniority they have, or how nicely they ask—it is a matter of the negative attitudes on the other side of the table toward females who ask for more money.Read more . . .
Today, Hillary Clinton is expected to call in her presidential candidacy from a plane flying from New York to Iowa. Social media will carry the main thrust of the news. This is an intentionally silent announcement and I, for one, am grateful for this nod to our collective sensibilities. Having watched both Ted Cruz and[Read More…]Read more . . .
European Women’s Lobby invites decision makers, member states and companies to make a choice: to stick with a failed system or to commit to a sustainable future.Read more . . .
Alice Allen tells us why access to finance for women is a means to end poverty and economically empower women.Read more . . .
Susan Chaffin shines a light on Women’s Economic Empowerment Programs, mapping progress.Read more . . .