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Women for Women : “Celebrating women in the research industry”

Women for Women : “Celebrating women in the research industry”

by on October 14, 2019

Caitlin Thomas writes in her blog ...

Last week I attended Celebrating Women in the Research Industry, an evening co-hosted by ESOMAR and Women in Research (WiRe), organised by Patricia Dominguez (Inciter and UK ESOMAR Representative).

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Women for Women : “Brands are dropping the ball by missing out on this household spending segment”

Women for Women : “Brands are dropping the ball by missing out on this household spending segment”

by on March 6, 2019

It is no secret that women hold the keys to household spending. And despite earning 80 cents on the dollar (and far less for women of colour), their share of personal wealth in the U.S. keeps increasing—to about 60 percent—meaning they will have close to $22 trillion (that is not a typo!) by 2020.

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Women for Women : ‘Dress For Respect’ aimed at shedding light on the harassment of women

Women for Women : ‘Dress For Respect’ aimed at shedding light on the harassment of women

by on January 6, 2019

Science gives a broader vision of harassment with the Dress for Respect.

Ever since the beginning of the #MeToo movement in 2017, numerous companies have been trying to jump on the wagon and address sexual harassment and/or feminism in their advertising campaigns.  It’s no surprise that these companies are getting praised for using the publicity for a good cause.

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Meghan – it’s not all happy families at Kensington Palace

by on December 17, 2018

Rhiannon Mills writes ...

Stories of tantrums over tiaras, reports she's been upsetting the royal staff and whether Meghan has really fallen out with Kate.

This weekend we've seen more newspaper reports that it's not all happy families at Kensington Palace, some of which I have been told are total fiction. But it has become part of a theme.

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Entrepreneurs : “One secret sauce that all women have is believing in themselves”

Entrepreneurs : “One secret sauce that all women have is believing in themselves”

by on October 5, 2018

Women for Women : What do a groundbreaking choreographer, a leader in the dynamic field of venture capital, and an award-winning author, producer and television writer have in common?

They’re all female entrepreneurs who have achieved considerable success in their respective fields — and on their own terms.

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Women for Women : Princess Diana beats the Virgin Mary to be named the nation’s ideal mother

by on March 9, 2018

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Women for Women : Landing on Vogue’s annual Oscars best dressed list

Women for Women : Landing on Vogue’s annual Oscars best dressed list

by on March 5, 2018

Awards season is officially over! On Sunday night the 2018 Oscars brought the best of the best under one roof to honor films of the previous year.

Not only did our favorite stars push the envelope in their respective nominated categories, but they also stepped it up on the red carpet as well.

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Women for Women : “Gender equality is an unwon cause” .. Margaret Atwood, Lola Okolosie, Polly Toynbee, Athene Donald and Julie Bindel comment

Women for Women : “Gender equality is an unwon cause” .. Margaret Atwood, Lola Okolosie, Polly Toynbee, Athene Donald and Julie Bindel comment

by on February 10, 2018

Margaret Atwood writes ...  In 1918 some women got the vote – but in 2018 gender equality has not been reached.

Five writers share their views on whether parity will be achieved in 2118.

Greetings, women of the future! I believe women will still be on this planet in 2118 – a large assumption in view of our threatened biosphere, but fingers crossed. [more…]

“Carrie Gracie blasts BBC bosses” … Women for Women

by on February 1, 2018

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Women for Women : Motherhood in the 21st century workplace

Women for Women : Motherhood in the 21st century workplace

by on January 30, 2018

Sandra Wilkin, Creative Services Manager at WONDER London

The conversation around working mothers has always been controversial.

While there are many different ways that businesses perceive mothers in the workplace, and attitudes are undeniably changing for the better, all too often their voices are still not being heard.

There remains both men and women responsible for setting up offices and hiring for global corporations who still consider employing working mothers as being detrimental to their business. The ongoing stigma around this needs to change. [more…]