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equality target reached for women on public boards

Women now hold almost half the paid places on public boards, fulfilling a state government pledge to lift female representation in boardrooms.There are almost 3000 paid public board positions in Victoria with ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> accounting ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> 1459 of those in February, according to government figures.Two years ago, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> held about 38 per cent of paid positions on government boards.Dina McMillan, who was appointed Victorian Commissioner ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Gaming and Liquor last year, said she hoped more private companies would follow suit and appoint more ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> to their boards.She said it was important that the benefits of equal representation were clearly conveyed to the private sector."You don't want people to do it as some sort of social sacrifice," she said.AdvertisementHowever, Dr McMillan said organisations wit

study: unequal distribution of power in young adult relationships more harmful t

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Power imbalances in heterosexual relationships are common, but having less power takes a greater toll on young ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> than young men, according to a recently published University at Buffalo study.
The results, appearing in The Journal of Sex Research, suggest "a healthy skepticism when it comes to what looks like gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>," says Laina Bay-Cheng, an associate professor in the UB School of Social Work and an expert in young ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>'s sexuality. "This research refutes the claim that gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> has been ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">reachedont> and we don't have to worry about misogyny anymore."
Bay-Cheng says the dynamics underneath relationships require scrutiny and the often-heard claim that girls and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> have ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">reachedont> and in some ways surpassed ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> with men unravels quickly when examined in

is sweden really the best place in the world for women?

Female friends chatting to each other in Stockholm. Photo: Maja Suslin/TT
Sweden was ranked the best place in the world ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in a survey published on International Women's Day. We asked ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront>eigners how they feel their lives have changed since moving to Sweden.
Based on 9,000 respondents' opinions and ranked among 80 countries, the US News & World Reports' Best Countries survey put Sweden top in the Best Countries For Women category, as The Local reported.
"Relative to the countries ranked, Sweden scored highest in a compilation of five factors that are relevant to the well-being of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>: cares about human rights, gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>, income ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>, safe and progressive. Survey participants from around the world consider Sweden the No 1 country that most strongly exemplifies gende

'fearless girl' a symbol of the future or lot of bull?

"Fearless Girl," installed on Wall Street this week, has captured the world's attention. The firm behind the 50-inch bronze artwork, sculpted by a woman, has said the point was to draw attention to the lack of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> serving on the boards of U.S. corporations. But the portrayal of a 9-year-old girl definitely staring down the Charging Bull—Wall Street's symbol of strength—is being questioned in some quarters. Why not a statue of a woman exuding strength, some ask, instead of an adorable child?'Fearless Girl' Statue Stares Down Wall Street's Iconic Bull  State Street Global Advisors, the Boston-based investment giant, erected the statue ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> International Women's Day on March 8 to make a point: There's a dearth of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> on the boards of the largest U.S. corporations. Twenty-five percent of th

'fearless girl’ a symbol of the future or wall street pinkwashing?

"Fearless Girl," installed on Wall Street this week, has captured the world's attention. The firm behind the 50-inch bronze artwork, sculpted by a woman, has said the point was to draw attention to the lack of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> serving on the boards of U.S. corporations. But the portrayal of a 9-year-old girl definitely staring down the Charging Bull—Wall Street's symbol of strength—is being questioned in some quarters. Why not a statue of a woman exuding strength, some ask, instead of an adorable child? 'Fearless Girl' Statue Stares Down Wall Street's Iconic Bull State Street Global Advisors, the Boston-based investment giant, erected the statue ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> International Women's Day on March 8 to make a point: There's a dearth of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> on the boards of the largest U.S. corporations. Twenty-five percent of th

'fearless girl' a symbol of the future or lot of bull?

"Fearless Girl," installed on Wall Street last week, has captured the world's attention. The firm behind the 50-inch bronze artwork, sculpted by a woman, has said the point was to draw attention to the lack of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> serving on the boards of U.S. corporations. But the portrayal of a 9-year-old girl defiantly staring down the Charging Bull—Wall Street's symbol of strength—is being questioned in some quarters. Why not a statue of a woman exuding strength, some ask, instead of an adorable child?'Fearless Girl' Statue Stares Down Wall Street's Iconic Bull  State Street Global Advisors, the Boston-based investment giant, erected the statue ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> International Women's Day on March 8 to make a point: There's a dearth of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> on the boards of the largest U.S. corporations. Twenty-five percent of the

feminism demands equal lights

Another great milestone was ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">reachedont> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>’s ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> yesterday, with the introduction of female crossing signals in Melbourne. For years, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> have had to endure an oppressive and patriarchal traffic system that has served to ‘[exclude] ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> from public space’, as the local minister ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>, Fiona Richardson, put it. The little green man has dictated when we stop, and when we go, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> far too long.The move was hailed by the governor of Victoria as being ‘a practical and meaningful way to demonstrate that in fact 50 per cent of our population is female’. The move has been welcomed by feminist campaigners and Twitter activists alike. The Committee ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Melbourne, which is behind the new crossing lights, is aiming ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ‘one-to-one male and female representation across the state of Victor

celebrating international women's day with women on a mission

International Women’s Day has historically been a day to both recognize the contributions of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> and to bring attention to different issues affecting ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> globally. In recent years, International Women’s Day has had themes that range from empowering rural ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> to promoting ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>. This year’s theme is “Be Bold ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Change,” so we ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">reachedont> out to a few mission-driven ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> who are using their skills and positions as makers to change the world.Stephanie SantosoStephanie Santoso is an advocate ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> the maker community and STEAM education. During the Obama administration she was the Maker-in-Chief in the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy. As part of her work there she looked ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ways federal agencies could provide resources and support grassroots maker communities across

sweden world's best country for women: ranking

Sweden is sixth best country in the world overall. Photo: Christine Olsson/TT
Sweden is seen as the best place in the world ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>, at least according to a new survey.
More than 9,000 ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> filled out surveys ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> US News & World Reports' Best Countries ranking, which lists a total of 80 countries around the world based on how closely people associate them with certain attributes.
Sweden came top in the Best Countries For Women category, much thanks to its "progressive attitudes toward gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>", according to the report's country profile.
"The Swedish government calls gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> one of the 'cornerstones' of the country's society. The concept is enshrined in Sweden's education system, where nearly two-thirds of all university degrees are awarded to ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>, and in its p

iwd survey finds one in five believe women inferior to men

One in five people around the world believe ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> are inferior to men and should stay at home, and that men are more capable in the workplace and at school, according to a global survey released. Nearly all of the 17,550 people surveyed agreed that men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should have equal rights, but three in four respondents said ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> still experienced social, political and financial inont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>."It's encouraging that the vast majority of both men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> around the world believe in equal opportunity ... but at the same time most still believe that true ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> of rights is not here yet," said Kully Kaur-Ballagan, director at Ipsos MORI that carried out the poll.Across 24 countries, including Brazil, Canada, Russia, Britain, India and Sweden, more than half of those interviewed by Ipsos MORI ca

iwd survey finds one in five believe women inferior to men

One in five people around the world believe ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> are inferior to men and should stay at home, and that men are more capable in the workplace and at school, according to a global survey released. Nearly all of the 17,550 people surveyed agreed that men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should have equal rights, but three in four respondents said ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> still experienced social, political and financial inont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>."It's encouraging that the vast majority of both men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> around the world believe in equal opportunity ... but at the same time most still believe that true ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> of rights is not here yet," said Kully Kaur-Ballagan, director at Ipsos MORI that carried out the poll.Across 24 countries, including Brazil, Canada, Russia, Britain, India and Sweden, more than half of those interviewed by Ipsos MORI ca

iwd survey finds one in five believe women inferior to men

One in five people around the world believe ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> are inferior to men and should stay at home, and that men are more capable in the workplace and at school, according to a global survey released. Nearly all of the 17,550 people surveyed agreed that men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should have equal rights, but three in four respondents said ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> still experienced social, political and financial inont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>."It's encouraging that the vast majority of both men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> around the world believe in equal opportunity ... but at the same time most still believe that true ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> of rights is not here yet," said Kully Kaur-Ballagan, director at Ipsos MORI that carried out the poll.Across 24 countries, including Brazil, Canada, Russia, Britain, India and Sweden, more than half of those interviewed by Ipsos MORI ca

iwd survey finds one in five believe women inferior to men

One in five people around the world believe ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> are inferior to men and should stay at home, and that men are more capable in the workplace and at school, according to a global survey released. Nearly all of the 17,550 people surveyed agreed that men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should have equal rights, but three in four respondents said ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> still experienced social, political and financial inont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>."It's encouraging that the vast majority of both men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> around the world believe in equal opportunity ... but at the same time most still believe that true ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> of rights is not here yet," said Kully Kaur-Ballagan, director at Ipsos MORI that carried out the poll.Across 24 countries, including Brazil, Canada, Russia, Britain, India and Sweden, more than half of those interviewed by Ipsos MORI ca

the good, the bad, and the sexist

Wednesday is International Women's Day. If you're from what was always a capitalist country, there's a good chance you don't even know what this holiday is, but rest assured that it's a big deal in the ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront>mer Communist world, particularly in Russia, where it's been celebrated ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> more than a century.In the Soviet Union, the holiday was meant to commemorate and inspire ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in the workont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront>ce. Today, it's become something closer to Mother's Day and Valentine's Day, all rolled into one. Men are supposed to show their appreciation ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> the ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in their lives, at work and among friends and family, by gifting flowers.Of course, International Women's Day is also supposed to highlight ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>'s fight ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> equal rights across the globe. In this spirit, Russia's Defense Ministry shared a few photos sh

we can get around the unconscious bias is keeping women out of senior roles

Most people would not consciously decide to hire candidates based on whether they remind them of themselves. But one unconscious bias – affinity bias – may lead people to favour candidates who are like themselves, research shows.Affinity or similarity bias is where people seek out those who share their backgrounds, group membership, or experiences.
One way ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> have coped in hostile working environments is to ally themselves to other ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>. Photo: StocksyIf hiring managers and boards of directors are made up of mostly men who unconsciously engage in such bias, it stands to reason that more men than ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> will continue to be hired and promoted – particularly men who share the same background with current managers. This only serves to perpetuate the cycle of men outnumbering ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in lead

30% of russians are against women participating in politics

The number of Russians who believe that ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should not take part in politics is on the rise, a report by independent pollster the Levada Center has revealed.One in three Russians say that they do not approve of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in the political sphere, up from 20 percent a year ago.More respondents also said that ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> should not hold senior government positions on an equal footing with men. Some 38 percent said that they were against ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> in the high echelons of power, compared to 28 percent in 2016.

viewing women as commodity zionist plot

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned about a “Zionist plot” to corrupt the involvement of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in the society.The Leader made the remarks on Sunday on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Fatimah (AS), the daughter of the Prophet of Islam. Hazrat Fatemeh was the wife of Imam Ali, the first Imam of Shia Muslims, and is referred to as a role model ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Muslim ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>.Read more:“Making ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> a commodity and an object of gratification in the Western world is most likely among the Zionist plots aiming to destroy the human society,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.Men and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> are no different when it comes to “ascendance to spiritual positions, the power of leadership and the capability to lead humankind,” the Leader added. The Leader also warned against followin

brexit isn’t a threat to women’s rights

The latest in a long line of Brexit-related panics is the idea that triggering Article 50 will bring an end to ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>’s rights in the UK. The Women’s Equality Party (WEP), with the backing of politicians from Labour, the SNP, Plaid Cymru, the SDLP and the Liberal Democrats, is calling ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> an amendment to the Article 50 bill, which is currently going through the House of Lords, to ‘protect ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>’s employment rights’ against the supposed threat of ‘Hard Brexit’.‘Women have had to rely on the EU regulatory framework and the European Court of Justice to safeguard equal rights at work’, said WEP leader Sophie Walker. Professor Charlotte O’Brien, a supporter of the WEP amendment, added that Hard Brexit would allow our own government to hold a ‘bonfire of rights’. Meanwhile, Green Party MP Carolin

'fearless girl' statue stares down wall street's iconic bull

A new statue of a resolute young girl staring down Wall Street's famous Charging Bull was erected by a major asset managing firm ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> International Women's Day to make a point: There's a dearth of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> on the boards of the largest US corporations.State Street Global Advisors, the Boston-based investment giant, had the statue created to push companies to increase the number of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> directors.Artist Kristen Visbal's "Fearless Girl" drew crowds yesterday that initially came to pose ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> pictures with the bull, but the novelty quickly became a New York hot spot.The girl is sculpted in bronze, her hands firmly planted on her waist, ponytailed head held high."Know the power of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in leadership. SHE makes a difference," reads a plaque at her feet."As a steward of nearly $2.5 trillion of assets

international women's day: watch democrats' event online

House Democrats will honor International Women's Day with a celebration at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.The event will recognize the impact ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> workers have on the economy and the Day Without A Woman, a national demonstration organized by the activists behind January's Women's March that encourages ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> to abstain from work.House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will join the Democratic Women's Working Group and other Democratic lawmakers to mark the holiday. Event participants include representatives Linda Sanchez, Cheri Bustos, Lois Frankel, Barbara Lee, Katherine Clark, Brenda Lawrence and Pramila Jayapal.The ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> will "renew their commitment to ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>'s rights and ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> in America and across the globe," the Associated Press reports.The event is scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. E.T.

why these swedish trade union bosses wore pink pussyhats for gender equality

Byggnads' board of directors. Photo: Byggnads
A Swedish builders' union has been both praised and criticized after its all-male board donned 'pussy hats' and posed ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> a picture in support of gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>.
The board of directors of the trade union Byggnads, which represents workers in the construction industry, caused a stir on social media in Sweden on Wednesday after they posted a picture of themselves wearing pussyhats – the pink, knitted symbol of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>'s rights made world-famous in marches all over the world.
"Today on International's Women's Day we want to pay attention to all you ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in the construction industry and tell you how much you're needed and the respect we have ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> you because you dare to break gender roles," they wrote in an opinion piece published by public b

un agencies in rome step up on gender equality to end hunger and poverty - world

Empowerment of rural ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> is fundamental ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> achieving 2030 AgendaFAO/IFAD/WFP Joint News Release8 March 2017, Rome - Leaders from the three UN Rome-based agencies today marked International Women's Day  by reinont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront>cing their commitments to step up efont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront>ts to invest in the capacities of rural ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> as key agents of change in building a world without hunger.The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP) reminded the world that ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> and girls play a crucial role in achieving the 2030 Agenda ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> Sustainable Development, in particular, the goal of eradicating hunger and extreme poverty. "Women play a critical role in agriculture and food systems - not just as farmers, but also as food producers, trader

the black madonna talks feminism on international women's day: 'gender equality

Only 17 percent of dance music bookings in the world go to females. Whatever part of that percentage belongs to trans or non-binary gender folk is more than likely slim to none.Smirnoff, The Black Madonna, and many other cool people think this is a load of bull feces. Smirnoff wants to help double the amount of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> on festival lineups, and its Smirnoff Sound Collective – dedicated to diversifying the dance floor – hooked up with The Black Madonna and a Ugandan DJ and producer named DJ Rachael to build a bridge between two seemingly disparate scenes that really aren't all that different.“Feminism and gender ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont> has to be global or it's not feminism,” The Black Madonna says in an exclusive interview with Billboard Dance founder Matt Medved at Mixmag Lab NYC, following an International

international women's day: seven inspirational female pioneers

Events are taking place around the world today to mark International Women's Day 2017 and the ongoing fight ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">equalityont>.This year has already proven a turbulent one ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>'s rights, with the inauguration of Donald Trump proving a catalyst ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">foront> unprecedented coordinated action by feminist groups.The day after the inauguration, millions of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> - and their male allies - gathered in cities around the world to protest against the new US President, who has a documented history of misogynistic comments, and his administration's stances on abortion access, LGBT rights, climate change and immigration.Meanwhile, research published by the TUC this week also reveals that the average woman in the UK earns 18 per cent less than her male counterparts."This pay gap means that across the board, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>

water nymphs aside, where are all the women hiding?

Across Melbourne and in public parks in our regional cities, triumphant stone figures and bronze busts tell the story of Victoria.We have tributes to Captain Cook, Burke and Wills, Matthew Flinders, governor La Trobe and Redmond Barry all occupying expensive and highly visible real estate in Victoria.
Burke and Wills ... but no sign of the pioneering ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>. Photo: suppliedBut if you set aside allegorical figures such as Lady Justice, the occasional water nymph and the English monarch Queen Victoria, there are very few tributes to Victorian ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>.Though precise numbers are hard to come by, a glance at Heritage Victoria's database shows more historic posts to tie one's horse, than statues of real Victorian ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont>.This vacuum of ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">womenont> in public art suggests they were invisible in public life

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