REYKJAVIK (WASHINGTON POST) - Iceland is the world's most gender equal society. But this week, it was dragged into a sordid political scandal suggesting blatant sexism is rife inside the country's Parliament. A former prime minister and several other lawmakers were caught on tape using lurid, expletive-laced and sexually charged language to describe their female colleagues.

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FTSE 100 companies will take nearly half a century to meet a Government-backed target to have at least one ethnic minority director on their board, according to a recruitment firm. Green Park said efforts to get more women in leadership roles are paying dividends, but not for black, Asian and minority ethnic men and women.

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> A long-term plan with specific measures can address the… A long-term plan with specific measures can address the gender pay gap in Malta – MEP Miriam Dalli Saturday, 24 November 2018, 15:51 Last update: about 6 minutes ago

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Gig Economy How the Gig Economy Helps Boost Diversity Online platforms for freelance worker provide an unparalleled opportunity to work with millions of people who aren't necessarily like you. 4 It's easy to be swept up in the negative rhetoric around the gig economy. Too often "on demand" workers are framed by the media purely as a cost-cutting tactic for businesses. Somehow the professional experience and expertise of the humans behind the screen get left out of the conversation.

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November 28, 2018 ComVoices , Daily News Press Release – New Zealand Government Today marks 125 anniversary of women in Aotearoa/New Zealand voting for the first time and celebrates the progress made for women, Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter says Hon Julie Anne Genter Minister for Women 28 November 2018 Today marks 125 anniversary of women in Aotearoa/New Zealand voting for the first time and celebrates the progress made for women, Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter says “Today we remember 28 November 125 years ago, when women went to the polling booths for the first time,” Julie Anne ...

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