A roundtable meeting organised by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) brought together chief executives of leading local and international financial institutions to examine and debate gender related policies impacting the role of women and their
People in Asia's developing countries believe the next generation of women will face a tough time combating gender inequality, according to a survey released on Friday.
The survey across Asia by credit card
Tackling gender inequality and enabling more women to join the workforce could boost the world's economy by $12 trillion over the next decade, with India set to benefit the most, researchers said on Thursday.
Bahraini males and females express differing preferences for particular jobs. Women are more likely to be driven to refined careers showing preferences for teaching, accounting, administration, retail and secretarial jobs, said a report in the
Women demonstrating emotional intelligence in the workplace are an important part of leadership and should be valued by today’s organisations and business, according to an expert.
Professor Amanda Broderick, pro-vice Chancel
A leading Bahraini businesswoman has questioned the findings of an international report that ranks Bahrain 124th out of 142 countries in terms of gender equality.
The World Economic Forum's Gender Gap Index 2014 ranks countrie
Qatari telecom operator Ooredoo’s chairman Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani has been appointed to the World Bank Group Advisory Council on Gender and Development, a major global body dedicated to promoting gender equality a
Jordan-based Integrated Technology Group (ITG) said it has won the ‘Gender Equity Seal’ from the UN Women Organisation.
The Gender Equity Seal issued by the UN Women Organisation, is an initiative that seeks to institu
Globally, there are currently 200 million fewer women online than men, said the UN Broadband Commission in its report and warned that the gap could grow to 350 million within the next three years if action is not taken.
Telecom operators must do more to address the growing global digital gender divide, said the CEO of Qtel Group, a leading telecommunications company, speaking at a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos.