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Latest News on Women Leaders
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Dec 21, 2018
UN COP24 saw fewer women leading discussions this year as usual, reports revealThe disparity in gender at the COP24 was only a marginal improvement from a decade ago.
Mar 08, 2018
India improves in gender diversity ranking but few women attain top roles, says reportAs per the Grant Thornton report, there has been a steady growth in women in leadership positions from 17 percent last year to 20 percent in 2018
Apr 26, 2017
She's the Boss: Leaders can stay ahead of the curve when disruption takes place in marketing, says Vandana ChamariaLeaders can stay ahead of the curve when next disruption takes place in marketing
Apr 09, 2017
Women in the workplace: Dealing with micro-aggression and micro-invalidationIt's because women have to deal with microaggressions that are everywhere, every hour, all the time
Mar 10, 2017
Lok Sabha clears Maternity Leave Amendment Bill: It's not all that rosy; here's whyThe big catch is a law that stipulates lengthy maternity leave may just go against women's employability
Dec 08, 2016
Jayalalithaa as a symbol for feminism? Eulogising her in that manner is deeply problematicJayalalitha’s life story may present material to be appropriated into a discourse on exemplary feminism.
Dec 08, 2016
Jayalalithaa, Mamata Banerjee and women leaders: Linguistic sexism pollutes our political vocabularyJayalalithaa was not very different in this respect – dictatorial and imperious in her style of functioning. She walled herself up behind a screen of inaccessibility.
Dec 04, 2016
Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Condoleezza Rice: Can the US still hope for a woman President?Donald Trump may be the US President-elect, but that doesn't mean we should give up hope that a new woman leader might emerge.
Apr 25, 2012
Women who secretly rule the world: Why no Indians among them?Foreign Policy magazine has released a fairly eclectic list of lesser known female leaders — but not a single South Asian makes the cut.