Christina Skovsgaard rsvped +1 for EMEA Regional Meeting Women’s Caucus Luncheon 2019-09-22 14:52:59 -0400
We will enjoy a classic Greek meal, hear from speakers and continue our discussion of women’s issues and caucus plans going into election season.
This post will be updated with more details as we finalize our program
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Please note that this is a “no-host” event and each person will be billed individually for what they order.
Space is limited, so RSVP below right away! See you in Athens!WHENOctober 13, 2019 at 1pmWHEREHermion
Athens 105 56
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Let's raise a glass to the coming year and savor the moments we have to relax and chill out together.
Please join the Global Black Caucus and the Global Women's Caucus for cocktails at a local bar. This event is open to all DA members.
DA Greece is doing a great job arranging everything and they will have the location firmed up soon, so don't worry; all the venues are just a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
We hope you will join us for a drink before dinner.
Cheers!WHENOctober 12, 2019 at 6pmWHERETBD
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Christina Skovsgaard published International Women’s Day in Norway in News 2019-03-29 04:47:40 -0400
Highlights of the March 8 events in Oslo
There is an irony in the fact that Norway, which is ranked as the second most female friendly nation (2018 ranking*1), is so dedicated to the International Women’s Day. Have they not already achieved equality? The strong engagement is a good barometer for Norway’s general commitment to support women’s rights. The laws here do support women both in the workplace and home. Norway, traditionally a farming nation, recognized the contributions of farmer wives, decades ago, by giving them the status of a regular workers, entitled them to increased social security and workman’s benefits. Now girls are taken over farms since the law on inheritance has changed, favoring the first-born child, replacing the first born “male” as the heir. The law now also states that all corporate boards must be minimum 40% female; however, women tend not to rise as rapidly as men on the corporate ladder. A major newspaper recently reported that more men are going into female dominated vocations, such as nursing and teaching, and a larger percentage of women now seek higher education than men.Read more
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