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UrbanClap Organises Self-Defence Programme For Women In Chennai

'Such trainings boost the confidence of our professionals and in turn are able to deliver a great customer experience,' said Abhiraj Bhal, co-founder, UrbanClap

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Equity Makes Evaluation More Effective

Evaluation here needs a fundamental reorientation from external observation to being an internal disrupter

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Case Study: How We Think Of Women

“This is the voice of compromise. This is the voice of a woman's silence, of every inappropriate expectation from her. This is our voice. Now let her speak. Ab Samjhauta Nahin, Now no compromise…” — Amitabh Bachchan Unblushed

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Case Analysis: Tip Of The Iceberg

Education is supposed to make you think and question, ads to make you consume, buy, enrich the seller, or a faceless corporation, for whose actions of omission and commission no one can be held accountable

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Case Analysis: It’s Your Battle To Choose

Indian society is changing in a big way. Ours is a society where movies like Pink get to reach a mainstream audience

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Case Analysis: Change The System

The neoliberal values will have to be replaced by new set of values that are pro-woman and pro-planet

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The Importance Of Life Insurance For Women

Women are not considered as the breadwinner of the family, but they also require to be protected against the risks

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The ‘I Can’ Mindset

If changing mindsets of male managers and business leaders seems a challenge, then companies that aspire to be “employers of choice for women” need to embed measurable and powerful gender-audit policies and good governance at the board level

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What Women Really Need

The contemporary woman is not interested in fighting men. She simply yearns for her own place under the sun where she is valued as an individual, with her own path and choices, without being diminished and discounted as inferior and inadequate

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Does The World Need More Feminine Leadership?

The World Economic Forum predicted in 2015 that it would take until 2133 to achieve global gender parity

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Surge In Female Contestants, Not MLAs

Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress gave 15% of its tickets to female candidates in 2016, up from 14% in 2011

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Modi's Schemes To Encourage Entrepreneurship Among Women

One plan launched by the government focuses on improving gender ratio in the country by encouraging more girl children

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Nita Ambani 'Most Powerful Businesswoman' In Asia

SBI Chairman and Managing Director Arundhati Bhattacharya has been ranked second on the 2016 'Asia's 50 Power Businesswomen' list by Forbes

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We Need To Do Away With Celebratory Nature Of Women's Day

The International Women's Day website coaxes people to pledge to help women and girls achieve their ambitions, challenge conscious and unconscious bias, and create inclusive, flexible cultures

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Five Key Lessons About Women And Work In India

Despite the increasing number of women pursuing secondary and post-secondary education, India’s women keep dropping out. Since 2005, more than 25 million Indian women have left the labour force

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