How Countries Can Adopt the SDGs to the Local Context

There is global consensus that advocating for girls and women is not only the right thing to do, but the smart thing to do. Learn what countries in the Middle East are doing to advance gender equality.

How One Woman is Making the Case for Inclusion in Employment for Women with Special Needs

Of the 624,000 people living with disabilities in Azerbaijan, according to Chairman of the State Social Protection Fund Salim Muslumov, over 290,000 are women, and a majority of them are unemployed. Sara Rajabli recognized this issue and sought to address this lack of inclusion in employment for this population. She founded BUTA Art & Sweets … Continue reading How One Woman is Making the Case for Inclusion in Employment for Women with Special Needs

The Fight to Protect Roe

Women’s reproductive rights are at stake as we are waiting to see if Kavanaugh is confirmed as the next Supreme Court Justice. Trump made a promise to his supporters that he’d appoint someone who would surely overturn Roe v Wade and now he has the opportunity to do so with his nomination. “Roe and the … Continue reading The Fight to Protect Roe

Women in the World (Part 3)

The last post of this 3-part series is finally finished! If there's anything to take away from these posts, please view the last video with Meryl Streep's call to action!

Women in the World (Part 2)

Check out the next segment of my Women in the World Summit posts, featuring one of the few women to run a Fortune 500 company, women in the health tech industry, and Kerry Washington!

Women in the World (Part 1)

For those of you who are interested in reading about the Women in the World Summit, I'm writing a three-part blog post of my Day 3 experience!