Calling himself “a proud feminist,” U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres lashed out at men who abuse power and declared before Sunday’s observances of International Women’s Day that the fight for gender equality is “the biggest human rights challenge we face.” Twenty-five years after 189 countries adopted a 150-page road map for achieving equality for women, a
As world leaders in politics, business and economics converge on the Swiss village of Davos this week for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, a new report published by Oxfam International reveals the world’s 2,153 billionaires have more wealth than the 4.6 billion people who make up 60 percent of the planet’s population.
The Gender Paradox As presented at the 2019 Business Fights Poverty 2019 by: Dr. Laurel Steinfield, Bentley University, DPhil, University of Oxford Please click on the link below to view the slides. Laurel Steinfield Oxford presentation
Chants of “equal pay!” rang out across the World Cup stadium after the U.S. Women’s national team (USWNT) clinched their fourth World Cup victory on Sunday. Throughout the tournament, the women of the U.S. national team were dominant - on the pitch and off. Against the backdrop of seemingly endless goals, pay inequality loomed large on the world stage.