That’s the year the World Economic Forum estimates the gender gap will be fully closed. This is a stark reminder on International Women’s Day that we all have work to do to achieve a more gender-inclusive world.
International Women’s Day has been celebrated since the early 1900s. Throughout its history, the day has meant many different things to many different people. Today, the organization behind International Women’s Day celebrates 10 core values: justice, dignity, hope, equality, collaboration, tenacity, appreciation, respect, empathy, and forgiveness.
Why is International Women’s Day still important? Because in only 40% of...Read More