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World leaders to meet under all-female co-chair team at Davos 2018

Category: Gender in the world 


The seven co-chairs for the four-day event in January were announced in the face of criticism that the conference has in the past lacked female representation

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Eight men own more than 3.6 billion people: our economics is broken

Category: Events 


Today, eight people have the same wealth as the poorest half of the world’s population. Stop and think about this. It is a mind-boggling concept

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Iceland could be the first country to close its gender gap completely

Category: Gender in the world 


Iceland has topped a huge survey of gender balance every year for the past six years. And it’s not just maintaining a static lead while everyone else fails to catch up

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Women to lose out in jobs revolution, WEF warns

Category: Gender in the world 


Survey on future of working life predicts white collar and administrative roles to see the greatest job losses

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Emma Watson Interviews 4 Designers About Gender Equality

Category: Gender in the world 


The actress goes deep, asking Stella McCartney, Erdem Moralioglu, Jonathan Saunders, and Bella Freud, "Are you a feminist?....

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Emma Watson Launches New Anti-Sexism Initiative at Davos

Category: Gender in the world 

Megan Gibson


The "Harry Potter" star was in Switzerland to unveil a new UN project aimed at improving gender equality

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New Oxfam report says half of global wealth held by the 1%

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Larry Elliott, economics editor, and Ed Pilkington

Oxfam added that on current trends the richest 1% would own more than 50% of the world’s wealth by 2016

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Tokyo women call for 'sex strike' over sexist gubernatorial candidate



Front-runner Yoichi Masuzoe's statements include 1989 claim that menstruation makes women unfit for government

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More women at Davos? Not at this rate


Lynda Gratton

20 years after she first predicted gender equality in a decade, Professor Lynda Gratton says the future for women looks bleak

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Will Helen Clark be the first woman to run the UN?

Category: Gender in the world 

Jane Martinson

As prime minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark brushed off criticism of her sex. Could she become the first woman to run the United Nations?

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