Women and Economic Empowerment

Posted by in News on April 13, 2015

Africa: An Examination of the Gender Implications of Trade Liberalisation in Southern Africa

Africa: Gender equality implications of globalisation and trade liberalisation arise because these phenomena do not eliminate existing inequalities in access to…

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Posted by in News on April 8, 2015

Ethiopia: Banking Women Is Smart Economics

Ethiopia: Here is what life is like for a woman with no bank account in a developing country. She keeps her…

Posted by in News on March 10, 2015

Women’s equality isn’t a zero sum game. It’s vital for peace and prosperity

Global: There is a plethora of data which demonstrates that women’s economic participation grows economies, creates jobs and builds inclusive…

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Posted by in News on March 2, 2015

Christine Lagarde says ‘conspiracy’ against women makes the world poorer

Global: Managing director of the International Monetary Fund says too many countries still restrict the right of women to contribute to…

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Posted by in News on October 9, 2014

Nigeria: Women Entrepreneurs – Knowing the Terrain and Overcoming Challenges

TODAY, women have become central in discussions that have to do with development. Efforts are being made therefore, in and…

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