Xorte logo

News Markets Groups

USA | Europe | Asia | World| Stocks | Commodities

Add a new RSS channel


Find news

Tag: women

Coronavirus: Will women have to work harder after the pandemic?

2020-07-14 01:01:30| BBC News | Business | World Edition

Women often say they have to work harder to prove themselves than men - will Covid-19 turn back the clock for women's careers?

Tags the work women harder

'Usually, Trans Women Are Side Characters'

2020-07-12 23:19:21| digg

Trans actor Eve Lindle on her groundbreaking "Dispatches From Elsewhere" role

Tags side women characters trans

The world's poorest women and girls risk being biggest losers in DfID merger

2020-07-10 07:00:08| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

The department is a world leader in programmes based on gender equality. The government must show this will continueNews that the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office are to merge raised many questions about the UKs commitment to supporting the worlds poorest people. A key question for us is how the new department will support women and girls.For more than 20 years, UK aid has saved and transformed the lives of women and girls in some of the worlds poorest countries. In the past five years, 10 million women and girls have received humanitarian assistance and more than 6 million girls have been able to access quality education. Upwards of 25m has been invested to prevent violence against women and girls through the governments What Works programme, and a further 67m committed. Continue reading...

Tags women risk girls biggest

Covid Kills More Men Than Women. Experts Still Cant Explain Why

2020-07-09 14:00:00| Wired News: Top Stories

A new tracker from Harvards GenderSci Lab is the first to consolidate sex-separated data from across the US. It may help researchers solve the mystery.

Tags men why women explain

126,000 women could lose access to birth control after Supreme Court ruling

2020-07-08 18:10:25| Fast Company

The Supreme Court upheld a Trump administration rule allowing businesses to opt out of birth control coverage based on religious or moral objections. The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Wednesday that many employers can opt out of providing birth control coverage, otherwise required by regulations issued under the Affordable Care Act, based on religious or moral objections.Read Full Story

Tags control access women court


Sites : [1] [2] next »

Privacy policy . Copyright . Contact form .