“I went overseas with a powerful narrative about Pakistan. Some say that I am politically connected to some individuals; however, that is not the case, and I don’t have a connection with anyone in the state. My goal is simple: I want Pakistan to succeed,” she added.
The Human Development Index was released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Monday.
The Judiciary has always molded itself into the role of champion for women’s rights. If any adverse discrimination against women, was noted by the Judiciary in any of the existing laws and State actions, the Judiciary was quick to strike it down.
A new study says women who grew up with mothers who were homemakers were more likely to scale back their careers.
The European Union report shows that France has a greater rate of domestic violence than most of its European counterparts.
Diversity helps us in bringing together different perspectives and views, says Vice President of Sales Asia and Pacific at Lufthansa Group, Alain Chisari.
We need positive conversations in which men can acknowledge the problem and take responsibility at a deeper level at workplaces, at homes, in the park, in WhatsApp groups, at the washing machine, at family weddings or wherever else.
Raissouni alleged she was captured outside the clinic she had visited for an “urgent intervention.” And not an abortion, which is banned in the Muslim-majority country.
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Everybody has a role to play in encouraging women to join/re-join the workforce, says UN Women’s Deputy Executive Director Anita Bhatia.
Apurva Purohit busts the myth of women not liking other women. She narrated her personal experience of women around her always supporting her, be it her mother, her colleagues, her bosses or her employees.
The Indian National Congress appointed Apsara Reddy as the national general secretary of its women’s wing on January 8, the All India Mahila Congress.