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Femmes et accès au capital

Isabella Lenarduzzi from
May 31, 2016

L’argent est toujours contrôlé par les hommes. Est-ce au détriment des femmes ?
Si les femmes sont presque autant productrices de richesse financières que les hommes, la façon d’allouer l’argent reste uniquement une décision d’hommes et trop peu de femmes profitent de l’investissement en capital risque ou en mécénat.
Dans son rapport sur la répartition des postes de […]

Women’s access to capital

Isabella Lenarduzzi from
May 31, 2016

Money is still controlled by men. Is it to the detriment of women?
Although women do produce almost as much in terms of financial wealth as men, the way the money is allocated remains the decision of men only and too few women gain from venture capital investment or corporate philanthropy.
In its report on the proportion […]

The FemmeQ

May 31, 2016

[ 6 June 2016 to 7 June 2016. ] The FemmeQ Summit is a 2-day event that will host the members of Rising Women Rising World – a global organisation that develops

new ways of thinking and acting to bring about the change so crucial for ourselves and the world.

Our speakers will share their wisdom and expertise, developed through decades of experience, to impact all […]

Sallie Krawcheck Explains Why Women’s Careers Heat Up Just As Men’s Slow Down

Sallie Krawcheck from
May 31, 2016
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Bring on the ’empty nest’ years.
In the latest in her series of exclusive pieces for Fortune, Sallie Krawcheck writes about the career renaissance that many moms experience when they become empty nesters. Krawcheck should know: After a long and storied career on Wall Street, her children’s growing independence helped launch her in a new direction—serial […]

Why is your network not taking you anywhere…

servane mouazan from
May 31, 2016

Have you ever noticed how deflated it feels to read material in your industry’s jargon? I love the social enterprise lingo bingo that circulates regularly on Twitter because it reminds me that our conversations are often inflated monologues.
Have you ever felt that the business cards are stacking up but your venture is just stagnating?
Have you […]

Don’t worry about social entrepreneurship (letter to my younger self)

servane mouazan from
May 31, 2016

It’s good to talk to you again after all these years.
You are on your way to make big changes in the world because you know it shouldn’t stay this way.
But you think you could save the world through social entrepreneurship?
You won’t.
I think you shouldn’t worry about this in the first place.
And I am going to […]

How family traditions can help you create a great social enterprise

servane mouazan from
May 31, 2016

Meet Antoinette Botti, Managing Director of Ging. A citizen of the world, born in the Ivory Coast on the west coast of Africa, Antoinette studied in France and now lives in Norway. She is a strong believer of women’s leadership and empowerment.
Her product, Ging, is a healthy and powerful drink made of natural ingredients and inspired by an […]

We rarely speak about this major cause of gender inequality

Lawrence Haddad from
May 31, 2016

During the last century, the battle to secure equality for women and girls has been fought in the classroom, in the voting booth, and in the boardrooms of Fortune 500 companies. But if gender inequality is ever to be abolished, we can no longer afford to neglect one of its major causes and consequences: malnutrition.

Right […]

‘It’s a man’s world, sweetie’ – how 3 female leaders dealt with sexism

Ceri Parker from
May 31, 2016

Between them, they run one of the world’s most prestigious universities, one of its biggest companies and one of its most powerful institutions. It’s hard to imagine anyone telling Christine Lagarde, the head of the IMF, Drew Faust, the president of Harvard, or Indra Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi, that they couldn’t succeed because of their […]

The harm of mansplaining at work

Rex Huppke from Chicago tribune
May 27, 2016

As America’s most-beloved workplace advice columnist and a man, it’s high time I address the subject of workplace “mansplaining.”
If you aren’t familiar with the term, it describes the all-too-frequent instances when a man explains something to a female co-worker in a condescending manner. It often begins with the man interrupting the woman — “Actually …” […]