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UNEQUAL TREATMENT TOWARDS WOMEN AND GENDER BIAS

Though we believe that the world has changed its norms & that old faulty practices are diminished, unfortunately unequal treatment towards women and gender bias is still a very big issue till today.women are more likely to men in emotions,perceptions ,requirements and feelings but all over the world it is an acknowledged bitter reality that women are not being equally treated.one of the main issues that have been creating a lot of fuss has been debated in many forums is unequal treatment to women and gender  bias.it is an issue that many people differ in its definitions depend

Girls Not Brides Resource Center

  Here you will find tools, resources and materials to support your work on child marriage. Browse resources by selecting the topic(s) and/or type(s), or by entering keywords into the search field. There are articles as well as helpful country and topic based updates by organizations and individuals working in child marriage.

Let Me Speak...Stop Racism

Let Me Speak...Stop Racism  First Nations Women are treated with triple jeopardy discrimination from Canada under the Indian Act in which legally binds them to a life of legislative poverty.  1) they are a woman without a voice  2) they are a woman of color 3) they are from a lower fixed and marginal income, under the Indian Act

The Hidden Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Canada....

Under the Indian Act Indigenous Women are devalued, voiceless, and unrecognized. I am calling for women to care, donate, and support our fight for justice. We are not given funds by Canada, the Province, Women's Groups, or Funding Groups. We rely on individuals who donate, people like you! You are the real champions for the possibility of my work. Please help and donate. I am seeking to buy a lap top, ipad, iphone, digital recorder, ink, paper and a new computer. This old computer is now outdated. I need your help today. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Economic Mobility Pathways Learning Network

The Economic Independence Exchange is a membership-based network of organizations learning about the Mobility Mentoring® model together. The network captures and shares back innovative ways in which members evolve and adapt the model and tools, sharing best practices to most efficiently support people in their journey to full economic independence.

What do I do Today?

What do I do Today?   I wake up in the morning Just like the others do I carry my bag and Went to the zoo; Not to see animals But to look for vacancy; No paper on the board I turn back unlucky.   To get another job Roam around the town I did a great search But no coin I earn; My legs becomes wobbly I feel very dizzy I can’t walk anymore And my pocket is empty.   My weight is going down From too much walking

There Is Time

          There’s Time   I had been waiting yesterday For a dream to come true To see in the real life Something out of the blue I had strong faith To see what I wait for But, nothing was happening And the day turned a bore.   How come, things went wrong While I’m full of faith? I was very eager To fill the air with praise. I sit and complained Can’t his eyes see my faith? “Where is my God today?”

Keturah's 32 Bithday's wish

My birthday’s coming up on 25th September and I’m donating it to Girls Education Mission International (GEM INT'L)! GEM envisions a world where every child (including the girl-child) can go to school. This same aspiration is alive in each of us. We all want equal chances for everyone, particularly education. Getting an education gives each individual the chance to reach potential and become whoever he/she wants to be. Unfortunately to over 62 million girls, these chances are not there.

What impact investors can now know about Latin America

What impact investors can now know about Latin America Like any profit-seeking venture, impact investing — deploying investment capital toward sustainability or a social good — targets positive returns. For that to happen, investors first need access to reliable data to inform their decisions. For too long, information on impact investing trends and investment flows for Latin America has been in short supply, despite an active presence of impact financiers throughout the region. A new report released last week has started to fill that void.

Personal Brand Building/Business Building/Personal Network Building WORKSHOP

    My name is Courtney Mone't Randolph and I am a personal brand consultant and business owner. I attended 4 years at the University of Michigan with a minor in Women's Studies. I have skills in personal brand building, business building, and personal network building. I have achieved the status of senior representative with an international travel company using all of the skills mentioned above. I also run my own start-up and network called Pynk Mogul. 

WE HELP EDUCATORS TEACH how NATURE WORKS

Nature is the fantastic factory that makes the building blocks of all our lives—food, drinking water, the stuff we own, and the air we breathe. That’s why The Nature Conservancy and its 550 scientists have created Nature Works Everywhere: to help students learn the science behind how nature works for us—and how we can help keep it running strong.

"Women's Leadership in Post Conflict Settings" By Isis-WICCE

Isis-WICCE has published the publication "Women's Leadership in Post Conflict Settings: Reflecting on Isis-WICCE's Approach". The publication is a synthesis of all the discussions that were part of the Isis-WICCE Think Tanks from 2013 and 2014 held in Uganda, Kenya and Zimbabwe. These were spaces for dialogue, critical analysis and reflection which provided an opportunity for women in political leadership and other governance spaces to celebrate achievements but also to discuss the challenges that still pose a threat to women's leadership and rights.

The importance of interpersonal skills (Free Course)

To succeed in management you need good interpersonal skills, you need to understand how to deal with other people. This free course, The importance of interpersonal skills, will help you gain an awareness of your own skills and understand that an awareness of the interpersonal skills of others can help us enormously in dealing with the work tasks we are responsible for. After studying this course, you should be able to:

Win-Win Negotiation Finding a Fair Compromise

Do you feel that someone is continually taking advantage of you? Do you seem to have to fight your corner aggressively, or ally with others, to win the resources you need? Or do you struggle to get what you want from people whose help you need, but over whom you have little direct authority? If so, you may need to brush up your win-win negotiation skills.

6 Time Management Tips to Increase Productivity and Improve Your Organizational Skills

Time Management Tip #1: Prepare in Advance First, prepare your work list for the following day the evening or night before. The best exercise is for you to plan your entire next day as the last thing you do before coming home from work. When you plan your day the night before, your subconscious then goes to work on your plans and goals while you are asleep. Very often you will wake up in the morning with ideas and insights that apply to the work of the day.

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