At the height of the Me Too movement, the message of the training seminar was "fix the women."
Starting at midnight on June 13, women in Switzerland began a series of demonstrations to protest gender-based workplace inequality. According to a World Economic Forum report, Switzerland ranks 44th for wage equality in a 2018 study of 149 countries. Despite enacting gender equality laws in 1991, Swiss women still earn on average 20% less than their male counterparts.
Women in China are covertly resisting government crackdowns on discussions over their Me Too movement with a clever workaround
Unfortunately, we have a very long way to go.
We need to Ctrl-Alt-Delete the gender bias in the tech industry.
Man, that's not okay.
It doesn’t matter if you grow up in India or China or the United States ― when it comes to learning what it means to be a
Regurgitator is among some of the bands dropping out.
There's a tsunami brewing, and it's a gendered one.
Women's empowerment is one of the most important socio-political factors contributing to development in the Global South