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Girls Health Ed 48m
130M girls are out of school? Many factors contribute to this educational , but girls are most likely to drop out during puberty. Help us get critical information & resources to schools & communities to break stigma & create empowering environments for girls.
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ModernWorld Cen Sep 19
The Women's Power Encyclopedia: One of the essays (gender variance) from book:
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HLS Corp Gov Program 5h
Posted: Are Early Stage Investors Biased Against Women?,
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Doreen Rabi, M.D. 4h
Congrats to the new Associate Professors! But - male associate professors n=11, female associate professors n=4. Thoughts?
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Lisa 1h
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The Pediatric Group 23h
Teen Suicide - Recognize warning signs
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RAD Women Code 1h
I think we know a few people who use the word “Rad” because they are proud to be a member. These individuals help us to further our mission and work to close the , one line of code at a time.😉 Thank you for representing !!! 🙌🏼
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Sir Fred Fredricks 🐬 Sep 11
So WHAT is being done to get more MEN into science and engineering?
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Granaz Baloch Sep 18
favorite graphic true picture of life
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3PlusInternational 11h
in disappears for longer tests, says study – Physics World via
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TheScientificPiney Sep 17
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Market Research Foundation 4h
Among employed Gen Zers, males are more likely to be employed fulltime than females, a possible reversal of the in employment.
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Nuveen 4h
With longer lifespans and higher expenses, women face additional challenges in . Learn why should consider the gender retirement gap in our latest edition of next
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java mountain coffee ® 16h
Women members of the Bali Mountain Women’s Coffee Cooperative this morning are walking through the farms on the side of Mount Batu Karu to locate clusters of ripe coffee cherries to pick.
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Francesca Latronico 23h
No matter where you are born, is harder if you are a
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Marsha Collier 23h
Bill and Melinda Gates: 👉 'No matter where you’re born, ‘life will be harder if you are born a girl’ “Gender inequality cuts across every single country on Earth,” 
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Swetha Renati MD 🧠⚡️ Sep 19
“Education alone isn’t closing the gender gap. In many countries, women are well-educated yet remain underrepresented in the workplace.”
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Kate Thwaites Sep 18
Labor introduced Australia’s (long overdue) Paid Parental Leave Scheme in 2011. But we still lag behind much of the world, and need to do more to support women and men to balance work and caring.
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Cargill Sep 18
Cargill and are working together to close the in agriculture. The program will provide 2 million people with education, resources and economic support. Learn more:
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Aarthy Arunasalam Sep 17
I've had the privilege of moderating the breakout session on Gender Equality where these fantastic leaders shared their leadership journey and ways to bridge in National Management Accounting Conference
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