Alieza Durana and Haley Swenson explain why gender … Despite Progress, Black Women Are Paid Only 62.5% of What Men Make. This accounts for a gender gap of 72% yet to close - and reflects the broader STEM skills gap. gender equality.
Gender Equality is Still a Huge Problem in the Global News Media A study found that females still made up less than a quarter of the people "heard, … This now stands at over 23%; 1% greater than 2015 and nearly 10% higher than in 2006. Recent research looking at whether men or women show up in pictures in online searches for particular jobs revealed troubling results. The pillar where the gender gap looms largest, Political Empowerment, is also the one that has seen the greatest amount of progress since the World Economic Forum began measuring the gender gap in 2006. According to the Forum’s Global Gender Gap report, only 22% of the world's AI professionals are female, compared with 78% who are male.
Access to good nutrition is a universal human right. Female employees may also worry about treatment during pregnancy or motherhood, or being sexually harassed. Promoting gender equality at work.
Nutrition International believes that good nutrition and gender equality are mutually reinforcing; improving nutrition is critical to achieving gender equality, and in turn improving gender equality leads to improved nutrition. The evidence is compelling: Girls with access to good nutrition are better able to learn. The Scientist's articles tagged with: gender equality. Gender inequality in the workplace might include hiring or training only one gender for a particular role (perhaps because it’s seen as ‘men’s work’ or ‘women’s work’).
The World Economic Forum says in a new report that "equality is in retreat" for the first time since the group starting tracking the issue in 2006. Constantine Stratakis, who was due to lead an institute at McGill University Health Centre, was the subject of eight equal employment opportunity complaints at his last job at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.