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No Country for Young Women is currently covering the 2014 Women’s Forum in Deauville, France. For live tweets, see: @NCYW. Below you’ll find interview excerpts with three finalists from this year’s Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards and Stanislas de Quercize, President & CEO of Cartier International. Stanislas de Quercize Cartier International cartier.com Being an entrepreneur can … Continue reading »
Twitter highlights from the first day of the 2014 Women’s Forum conference in Deauville, France.
An open data analysis by GendRE API of 5 million IMDb names underscores the gender gap in the film industry.
A Q&A with Nita Sturiale, an artist and university professor living in Massachusetts.
An inspiring quote by activist Marian Wright Edelman
A Q&A with Niam Itani, a talented filmmaker and producer working in between Lebanon and the United States.
If you have a goal that is very, very far out, and you approach it in little steps, you start to get there faster. Your mind opens up to the possibilities. – Mae Jemison (b. 1956), physician, engineer and NASA astronaut. In 1992, she became the first African American woman to travel in space. … Continue reading »
A Q&A with Sabine Clappaert, a Belgian journalist and diversity consultant, who recently launched the non-profit “Dream, Girl!”
Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence. – Helen Keller (1880 – 1968) American speaker, author and political activist. She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Dear readers, As of today we are migrating our RSS feed from Google’s Feedburner back to the site’s native RSS feed. Why? Google Reader is shutting down its service tomorrow July 1st 2013 and Feedburner’s future is uncertain. If you want to keep up to date with our posts and regularly see new ones in … Continue reading »
TAKE UP SPACE. Don’t be too polite or quiet. Don’t make yourself small. The world needs what you have, so don’t hide it. Speak up!