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No problem here…..

No problem here…..

When issues of women rising to leadership positions arise within organisations there is much squirming in the seats by senior managers (male and female) who invariably believe (or at least articulate) there is no problem here as ability always trumps gender. Since the term ‘glass ceiling’ was coined in 1984 to illustrate the invisible yetRead more

Catalysts for change

Catalysts for change

Working with young women as they enter their teenage years, in any society, is of paramount importance and key to impacting on wider issues such as economic development. Young women often have the least access to education, the lowest self-esteem and are most vulnerable to issues around abuse and exploitation compared to young men ofRead more

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