Written by Shala Hainer Tuesday, June 28 2011
Written by Swan Paik Thursday, June 16 2011
Adolescent girls in developing countries face some of the biggest challenges in the world today. They also have the unique potential to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and advance entire economies.
Written by Carol Carter Thursday, June 09 2011
A task force of women has written to President Barack Obama requesting consideration of the concerns of women during the budget talks on reducing the deficit.
Written by Jan Jaben-Eilon Tuesday, June 07 2011
Women Without Borders offers a forum through which women’s voices can be heard. The organization supports the inclusion and participation of women in all areas of the decision-making process. And, it stands for nonviolent conflict resolution in countries in transition or undergoing reconstruction.
Written by Joanna Barsh and Lareina Yee Thursday, May 05 2011
The full potential of women in the work force has yet to be tapped. As the United States struggles to sustain historic GDP growth rates, it is critically important to bring more women into the work force and fully deploy high-skill women to drive productivity improvement.