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David Smith Oct 16
! Active confrontation of men for sexism, bias, harassment, & all inappropriate behaviors may be the toughest part of male -it is also essential. Read more best practices in our new book, .
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Dr Krystal Evans Oct 14
Myth busted: The advice to women to 'lean in', be more confident... it doesn't help & data show it.... Workplaces would be served better by basing hiring & promotion decisions on competency & capability rather than confidence & charisma
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Equality Rights Oct 16
ERA is recruiting! We're looking for a passionate advocate for gender equality to be our Project Coordinator / policy advocate. People/w disability or from ATSI, migrant or refugee backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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Jennifer Co-Vu, MD Oct 12
When fight so hard for and ⚖️, misogynistic ads like this of just remind me of how much work needs to be done🤦🏻‍♀️😡.
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Dr Krystal Evans Oct 14
“For women, there was no clear evidence stronger confidence enhanced job promotion prospects.Put differently, “leaning in” provides no guarantee of a payoff for women.” Stop👏🏻Fixing👏🏻Women. Start👏🏻Fixing👏🏻the👏🏻System.
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Gregory Andrews Oct 14
I handed over the job as Australia’s High Commissioner in Ghana to 12 year old Rebecca today for with . I told Rebecca I look forward to a day in the future when she, as Ghana’s High Commissioner in Australia, invites me to tea!
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Tanya Ha Oct 6
It is now one year since I paid off the last of HECS, a debt I began to accumulate at 17. All but one year of my adult life I had a HECS debt hanging over me, largely due to slower repayment working part time after having kids.
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Danielle Skropeta Oct 14
Honoured to receive the Margaret Sheil Leadership award for 2020 named after the inspirational Thank-you to and for support from
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Ariela Marshall MD Oct 8
Women often have different career trajectories (slower start, later peak) but and later in life could be a new model for all! (Still need to ⬇️ disparities leading to slow start)
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Deborah Sweet Oct 6
Looking forward to this meeting next week. Just uploaded my pre- recorded talk updating on our initiatives (good approach, the presentation sessions are really early for me!!).
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Cllr. Uruemu Adejinmi Oct 11
Working daily to ensure Alexandra and girls around the world have equal opportunities as their male counterparts.
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Aman Preet IRS Oct 13
Let me introduce u all to a young Mountaineer Nitish who successfully climbed Mt. Rudragira(Ht-19086 Ft.).Besides hoisting the tricolour he also unfurled the banner of to create awareness on , & .
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Anne Kavanagh Oct 5
"COVID-19 restrictions are laying bare structural discrimination at the heart of universities across Australia and making it worse." How COVID is widening the academic gender divide via
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Katherine Wasson Oct 16
After the excellent plenary by ⁦⁩, I’m just going to post my favorite t-shirt
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Margery Kraus Oct 16
Roots & Wings has been out for a year and is on sale to celebrate! Thank you everyone who has shared their own stories with me since reading the book. Together, we will continue to push for progress.
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Prof Sarah Baker Oct 16
Thinking about the leaky gender pipeline in dental academia. According to the latest figures from there are 607 clinical academics at U.K. dental schools (2017)-55% male & 45% female Lecturers: 43/58% M/F Professors: 78/22% M/F What’s the leak?
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Theo - 劉䂀曼 Oct 13
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Sarah Paquet Oct 8
When men play an active role in supporting, mentoring, and encouraging women, efforts are more successful. I'll be sharing insight from male allies that are making a difference in their orgs and across 🇨🇦. Ready to show your support?
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Nik Oct 4
Simply put, fintech needs more women founders.
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Digital Master Channel 8m
Advancing gender equality among college graduates in the labor force is important for boosting women’s earnings - Higher education is strongly correlated with income. Link >> via
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