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Helping Women to Become Successful Entrepreneurs

By Dassu Stephen

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, July 25, 2010, (Tanzania Daily News) — LOCAL women entrepreneurs have plenty of opportunities for their businesses' growth and expansion only if they employ the right methods of doing business.

Read more... Sunday, 25 July 2010 09:00
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Фатыма Абдель Махмуд:  в арабской политике женщины пока редкое явление

в арабской политике женщины пока редкое явлениеМОСКВА, 10 июнь - РИА Новости - Женщины - депутаты парламентов в арабских странах попадаются нечасто. Тех, кому удалось занять пост министра, вообще можно пересчитать по пальцам.

Read more... Friday, 11 June 2010 15:53
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Women - Minister Seeks Action Against Obsolete Laws

LAGOS, Nigeria, April 20, (This Day) - Minister for Women Affairs and Social Development, Mrs Josphine Anenih, in Abuja urged Nigerian women to ensure that all laws that discriminate against them were expunged.

Read more... Tuesday, 20 April 2010 10:49
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Trading Licences Registration Still Bureaucratic

By Faith Shongwe

EZULWINI, Swaziland, April 8, (Buziness Africa) – Some of the women in business allege there is a lot of bureaucracy, in terms of acquiring trading licences and registering businesses. This is one of the findings discovered by the consultants who were tasked to undertake a situational analysis of women in business in Swaziland, as well as the compilation of the women-owned business directory.

Read more... Sunday, 11 April 2010 09:26
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Russian Women Break Glass Ceiling

By Vladimir Kozlov

MOSCOW, March 15 (MN) - More and more women are reaching senior positions at work - but recruiters warn it is too early to talk about a "revolution" in equal opportunities.

As many as 93 per cent of chief accountants, 70 per cent of personnel directors and 47 per cent of finance directors are now women, according to a recent survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Russian Association of Managers.


Read more... Friday, 19 March 2010 10:28
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Africa: Africa Lax On CEDAW Reporting

By Arthur Okwemba

LONDON, March 5 (Pambazuka) - African countries, known for their penchant to ratify international conventions and other instruments, are not doing well when it comes to providing periodical reports on progress made in implementing the Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Read more... Saturday, 06 March 2010 11:27

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