World: Women Leadership Forum opens in Dubai, Ghana Needs Affirmative Action Law

Libyan Women Alliance For Embedding Women’s Rights in the Constitution Tripoli Post As part of the Libyan Women Forum (LWF) Political Mobilisation Initiative that was launched immediately following the GNC election results, a two-day gender related event including a round table discussion, on November 14, and a workshop titled “The …

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Women Leadership Forum opens in Dubai Trade Arabia The forum is a flagship event organized by Dubai Women Establishment (DWE) and this year it explores issues related to women’s participation in high-ranking corporate positions and ways and means to bring about a proportionate representation of women …

The African Women Leaders Network to Take the Goverment to Task AllAfrica.com Jane Kiragu is a human rights lawyer and a member of the African Women Leaders Network for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. She spoke to our Star Reporter Lydia Matata. As a member of the African Women Leaders Network dealing with family planning …

Northern Uganda and Women’s Rights to Land TrustLaw (blog) It is late afternoon in Parwech, northern Uganda, and a sizeable crowd has gathered under a large banyan tree. The community has come together this afternoon to discuss an important issue: women’s land rights in northern Uganda. The facilitator asks …

Women Lose Political Clout in China, Gain in US Businessweek Women have lost clout in the Chinese Communist Party since Mao Zedong met Richard Nixon four decades ago, underscoring an erosion of “state feminism” in China as the gender gap in the U.S. Congress narrowed. The CHART OF THE DAY shows the …

Ghana Needs Affirmative Action Law – Kluvitse Ghana Mad Kluvitse told the GNA that women constituted more than 51 per cent of the population and they must be equally represented. She was commenting on the nomination of women as running mates by some political parties for the December 7 elections.

Women in ACT politics Crikey (blog) The recent ACT election saw the issue of women in politics highlighted when an unusual phenomenon occurred with the Labor Party having an equal representation of men and women which Chief Minister Katy Gallagher said is a positive step.

Women + Elections Conversation 2: Media and … 79 min Women + Elections Conversation 2: Media and Female Candidates, Ghana Elections 2012 …

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