Gender

Roadmap to 50x50: Power and Parity in Women's Leadership

Discover what truly drives gender parity in public service leadership around the world in a groundbreaking new report from the Women in Public Service Project.

The Women in Public Service Project is pleased to release the first report from the Global Women's Leadership Initiative Index (the Leadership Index) measuring not only where women are in government, but also how they got there and the power they hold in these positions across five sectors of government in 75 countries.

Wilson Center Releases First Annual 50x50 Report on Women in Public Service Leadership

WASHINGTON – The Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) at the Wilson Center launched the first annual report from the Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Index today. The Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Index is the first global index to measure not only where women are in public service leadership, but also how they got there and the power they hold.

Non-Communicable Diseases: Preeclampsia Risk Factors and Long Term Complications

Every 11 Minutes: Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy Are Deadly (and Have Long-Term Consequences for Mothers and Children)

'Time is Now' to Support Women Leadership in Global Cybersecurity

International Women’s Day, celebrated worldwide annually on March 8, is a chance to reflect on past and present-day challenges associated with achieving gender equality[1]. As technology is harnessed to enable digital transformation for global good, it is time for the members of the world community to work toward a future where women from all walks of life will no longer be subject to injustices, inequality, and discrimination.

International Courts and the African Woman Judge: Unveiled Narratives

International Courts and the African Woman Judge examines the often misunderstood, overlooked and underrated contributions of African women to the global discourse on feminism, global justice, international courts and international organizations. Using legal narratives and in-depth exploration of seven women judges, the book debunks existing misconceived notions of the individual and personal agency of the African woman.

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