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By Emerald Group Publishing
New book from Emerald explores gender and violence on an international and domestic level

By DirectWomen
Organization Formed To Position Women Lawyers To Serve On Boards Of Public Companies Hosts And Sponsors Program On Gender Pay Equity

By gal-friday publicity
Author and publisher encouraging entrepreneurs to push for tangible improvements for women.

By EBSCO
Business Book Summary of The Athena Doctrine EBSCO Publishing has just released a new book summary. The world today is faced with economic adversities, ever changing technology, and persistent social problems.

By Notre Dame of Maryland University
Notre Dame of Maryland University, a Women's College in Baltimore, is Working to Remedy the Gap

By Melodysstephens.com
Zoe, the girl who could fly and He’s just a breath away, a diary from abuse to unconditional love are two new books, written by Melody S. Stephens, which are sure to keep you on edge.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers has announced the publication of six articles from Violence and Gender, a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the understanding, prediction, and prevention of violence.

By Floor It, LLC.
A weekly meeting about erasing home violence on a mainstream level

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
How can policy makers address gender disparity issues in scientific and technical fields? On Dec. 11, expert panelists from the U.S. and Germany will convene at the German Center for Research and Innovation to discuss diversity initiatives in STEM.

By OneShift
How a 22 year-old female online business owner is the outlier on the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research's graph.

By Forum for Community Change and Development
From 9-11h December 2013, Forum for Community Change and Development will hold the 1st Juba Gender based violence Human Rights Film Festival to mark the sixteen days of activism against Gender Based violence and mark international Human rights Day.

By MathsGenius
An innovative, practical approach to problem solving and motivation for math and science suceess for girls.

By Sattva Media and Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
The December edition of Connect the Dots, a monthly event on Sustainability organized by The Alternative, explores the role of gender stereotypes in the recent cases of violence against women. The event will be held on 22nd December at Atta Galatta.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its S/O 2012 issue filled cover to cover with articles discussing the Synoptic Gospels, the possible discovery of David’s Palace and much more.

By Tucker Contemporary Art
The show features work from The African Diva Project, a radical commentary on and comparison of the role of gender in African cultures and in contemporary society. The Project includes images representing a range of Black female music legends.

By Mars Venus Coaching
Mars Venus Coaching announces the first Executive, Business and Life Associate Coach, Tim Marshall, from Melbourne, Australia to the Chrysalis Coaching Team lead by Louise Popp.

By Mars Venus Coaching
Ataman Onar becomes first Mars Venus Business Coach in Turkey.

By Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.)
On December 8 at the National Press Club in Washington DC (1 to 3 PM ET), a press conference by a coalition of activists will remember Human Rights Day and the need to defend human rights. Contact: Jeffrey Imm, usa@realcourage.org, 301-613-8789

By The Clayman Institute for Gender Research
Stanford University's Londa Schiebinger launches Gendered Innovations. We've all heard that empowering women is the engine required to move our economies forward. But, what if that's not where it ends?

By Gail Zoppo
The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals forms an alliance with Women's International Networking to provide educational benefits to diversity professionals.

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By Emerald Group Publishing
New research highlights the gender pay gap is more than $14,000 for supply chain managers

By Capita Conferences
Tuesday, 25th November 2014 - Central London As the deadline approaches for 25% representation of women on boards outlined in the Davies Review, alongsidethe implementation of shared parental leave in April 2015,now is the time to attend our Improving...

By Emerald Group Publishing
New book from Emerald explores gender and violence on an international and domestic level

By TheCitizen
For last four days parts of Meerut have been under curfew after communal clashes.

By American India Foundation
March 31, 2014 – San Francisco, CA: More than 570 guests gathered at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco for an elegant Bowties & Bangles Gala hosted by the American India Foundation (AIF), the leading philanthropic organization focused on...

By DirectWomen
Organization Formed To Position Women Lawyers To Serve On Boards Of Public Companies Hosts And Sponsors Program On Gender Pay Equity

By gal-friday publicity
Author and publisher encouraging entrepreneurs to push for tangible improvements for women.

By EBSCO
Business Book Summary of The Athena Doctrine EBSCO Publishing has just released a new book summary. The world today is faced with economic adversities, ever changing technology, and persistent social problems.

By Notre Dame of Maryland University
Notre Dame of Maryland University, a Women's College in Baltimore, is Working to Remedy the Gap

By Melodysstephens.com
Zoe, the girl who could fly and He’s just a breath away, a diary from abuse to unconditional love are two new books, written by Melody S. Stephens, which are sure to keep you on edge.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers has announced the publication of six articles from Violence and Gender, a new peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the understanding, prediction, and prevention of violence.

By Floor It, LLC.
A weekly meeting about erasing home violence on a mainstream level

By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
How can policy makers address gender disparity issues in scientific and technical fields? On Dec. 11, expert panelists from the U.S. and Germany will convene at the German Center for Research and Innovation to discuss diversity initiatives in STEM.

By OneShift
How a 22 year-old female online business owner is the outlier on the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research's graph.

By Forum for Community Change and Development
From 9-11h December 2013, Forum for Community Change and Development will hold the 1st Juba Gender based violence Human Rights Film Festival to mark the sixteen days of activism against Gender Based violence and mark international Human rights Day.

By MathsGenius
An innovative, practical approach to problem solving and motivation for math and science suceess for girls.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Delving into controversial and unsettling subjects such as the gender basis of violence, the new journal Violence and Gender, launching in fall 2013, will explore the difficult issues that are vital to threat assessment and prevention of violence.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new comprehensive and systematic review of the medical literature on metabolic syndrome in children that probed deeper to evaluate the risk associated with gender, ethnicity, and geography was published in Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders.

By Sattva Media and Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
The December edition of Connect the Dots, a monthly event on Sustainability organized by The Alternative, explores the role of gender stereotypes in the recent cases of violence against women. The event will be held on 22nd December at Atta Galatta.

By Policy Price Check
Policy Price Check helps you out by discussing what it means to have an "average" auto policy.

By Biblical Archaeology Society
The Biblical Archaeology Society announces its S/O 2012 issue filled cover to cover with articles discussing the Synoptic Gospels, the possible discovery of David’s Palace and much more.

By Fast Market Research, Inc.
Recently published research from Datamonitor, "What Makes Consumers Pay More for Beauty Products", is now available at Fast Market Research

By Rebone Makgato
Previously available only in ebook format, A Woman Denied... The Early Years biography is now available in Paperback format from Amazon Store.

By European Diversity Research & Consulting
The Business Case for Diversity through 135 Empirical Studies

By Tucker Contemporary Art
The show features work from The African Diva Project, a radical commentary on and comparison of the role of gender in African cultures and in contemporary society. The Project includes images representing a range of Black female music legends.

By Mars Venus Coaching
Mars Venus Coaching announces the first Executive, Business and Life Associate Coach, Tim Marshall, from Melbourne, Australia to the Chrysalis Coaching Team lead by Louise Popp.

By Mars Venus Executive Training
Mars Venus Executive Training corporate office located in Las Vegas, Nevada announces their first ever Gender Based Sales Training, open to the public.

By Mars Venus Coaching
Ataman Onar becomes first Mars Venus Business Coach in Turkey.

By Fast Market Research, Inc.
New Food market report from Canadean: "Consumer Trends in the Pasta & Noodles Market in India, 2011"

By equal community foundation
Equal Community Foundation is organising a seminar on April 28th called the ‘First step for engaging men for gender equality’ at Suzlon One Earth Campus

By Fast Market Research, Inc.
New Food research report from Canadean is now available from Fast Market Research

By Equality Texas Foundation
Equality Texas Ally Awards to honor individuals and organizations that have embodied true equality for all Texans, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity

By Lucy Pollak
“They’re clever, sometimes silly and not afraid to talk as much as they dance.” – The New Yorker

By Responsible for Equality And Liberty (R.E.A.L.)
On December 8 at the National Press Club in Washington DC (1 to 3 PM ET), a press conference by a coalition of activists will remember Human Rights Day and the need to defend human rights. Contact: Jeffrey Imm, usa@realcourage.org, 301-613-8789

By Tamatha Grabin
A company called Baby Riddle makes it possible for pregnant women to keep the baby’s gender a surprise and have the gender-specific clothes before their due date.

By The Clayman Institute for Gender Research
Stanford University's Londa Schiebinger launches Gendered Innovations. We've all heard that empowering women is the engine required to move our economies forward. But, what if that's not where it ends?

By Gail Zoppo
The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals forms an alliance with Women's International Networking to provide educational benefits to diversity professionals.

By Desert Chronicle
Teachers Day is indeed an occasion to pay reverence and gratitude to teachers for their selfless effort in shaping careers and enriching the educational process.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
In her book, Stanford Professor Cecilia Ridgeway provides a well-reasoned, well-researched explanation of why we continue to observe unequal outcomes for women and men, even in the face of changes that work against gender discrimination.

By Rebone
A Woman Denied... The Early Years is a biographical account of a mixed gender baby named Raymond who was raised as a boy.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University has received an intent-to-sue legal notice, suggesting that its plan to gender-segregate all of its dormitories would constitute illegal sex discrimination under the District of Columbia's Human Rights Act

By Foote Communications LLC
Author Sophia A. Nelson has spurred a national discussion on the perception and image of black women in the Age of Michelle Obama

By Catholic Relief Services
Bishop Howard J. Hubbard and CRS President Ken Hackett write that they do so “out of deep concern for the suffering that the people of the Eastern Congo continue to endure.”

By Media Consulta International Ltd
Women remain the main carers of children and the elderly in all Member States of the European Union despite various attempts to implement policies and actions that increase gender equality.

By ACCA Pakistan
ACCA Pakistan organised discussion forum ‘Board diversity: is gender the missing link?’ on 24 May 2011 in Karachi as gender diversity on boards has become an international discussion theme.

By Foote Communications, LLC
More than 87% of the black female survey respondents (n=540) in this groundbreaking study believe that First Lady Michelle Obama has helped dispel negative stereotypes of accomplished black women in America.

By Not Finding Out™
Notfindingout.com has gone national on thebump.com! Over the next few months, notfindingout.com will be featured on thebump.com in 17 different cities around the county, and we are so excited to spread the word!

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
Lynne Jackson, Dred Scott’s great-great-granddaughter will speak on the first day of the conference

By Smart App Media
“Hand Jives” a free social networking app for both iPhone & Facebook. Users customize animated hand gestures by choosing their own gender & skin color.

By Not Finding Out™
Notfindingout.com has gone national on thebump.com! Over the next few months, notfindingout.com will be featured on thebump.com in 17 different cities around the county, and we are so excited to spread the word!



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