• Sparking Innovation

    Setting up a successful business and working for yourself is the dream career for many, but a combination of innovation, vision, organisation and trusting your instinct is what makes...
  • NYU Abu Dhabi engaging women via weSTEM

    Scientific innovation is essential in all fields of life in contemporary, globalized world. The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workforce is crucial to the world’s economic competitiveness and...
  • Why women in tech matter – bringing the message to #SXSW

    This article was originally published on the ITU Blog. What does a 14-year-old teenager from Ireland, an engineer from Nigeria, an executive from France, a tech entrepreneur from Texas,...
  • Profile: Debbie Stanford-Kristiansen

    Debbie Stanford-Kristiansen, CEO of Novo Cinemas, has been awarded as the second most influential woman in the Top 50 Women in Global Cinema – according to international cinema business...
  • Women’s Rights are Human Rights

    In 1902, Australia became the very first country in the world to give women the right to vote and the right to be elected in the Parliament on the...
  • Initiating Change

    ‘The achievement of full human potential and of sustainable development is not possible if one half of humanity continues to be denied its full human rights and opportunities. Women...
  • What is pushing women out of STEM?

    The importance of women’s participation in economic activities on global, regional and local levels cannot be emphasized enough. Comprising half of the population of the world, women’s inclusion leads...
  • With women, movements begin

    4,157,894. 307,275. 653. 1/21/17. 1. 4,157,894 people marched in the U.S., 307, 275 walked globally, 653 marches nationally, U.S, 261 demonstrations internationally, January 21, 2017. One promise. #HERstory was...