The settlement was contingent on the USSF reaching collective bargaining agreements to pay its men’s and women’s teams equally.
The government wants to admit the girls in the boys’ schools, which are aplenty, so the girls get a school at their doorsteps, CM Himanta said.
Council passes resolution to create awareness on gender equality, parliamentary proceedings among students
US Supreme Court ruling on abortion 'huge blow' to women's human rights, gender equality: UNHR Chief
The UN Women added that when safe and legal access to abortion is restricted, women are forced to resort to less-safe methods, too often with damaging or disastrous results.
A group of women legislators and policymakers stressed the need to bridge the legal gap in ensuring gender equality and justice.
“Progress of women is not in line with progress of the society. While there has been progress in some, it is the need of the hour that we improve the situation,” said Bedi.
The DSS has organised a series of programmes during the pandemic for sensitising women on the laws.
A GenZ filmmaker is on a mission to document kindness in Canada
The panelists shared their views on International Women’s Day 2022 campaign theme ‘Break the bias ‘ and other related issues.
MoU will be signed between SME dept and Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab soon
Progress towards gender equality and diversity is extremely slow, said Tomoko Yoshino, who was elected this month as head of the 7 million-member Japanese Trade Union Confederation, known as Rengo.
Instead of trying to fit a woman into a masculine world, it is time we structure society and the world so that there is an equal role for masculine and feminine.
India can't progress unless women are given equal opportunities in all spheres: Vice President Venkaiah Naidu
There should be zero tolerance towards any kind of discrimination or violence against girls and women, he stressed.
CJI, who wrote the judgement for himself and Justice Khanwilkar, said adultery dents the individuality of women and it is not a crime in countries like China, Japan and Australia.
Triple talaq bill: Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad urges support of Sonia Gandhi, Mayawati, Mamata Banerjee
However, he skirted the question on whether the government will bring an ordinance to make the practice of instant triple talaq a criminal offence if a political consensus eludes the issue.
A century after women won the right to vote in Britain, the ideals of equality are resonating again in the global wave of sexual harassment allegations seen in recent months.
A decade of slow progress towards better parity between the sexes has screeched to a halt, the World Economic Forum said today, warning the global gender gap was now widening.
Isn’t the debate over paid period leave typical of middle class talk fests? An idea that, should it come to pass, would restrict the benefit to the corporate world?