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Women & Dementia: A Global Challenge

Global Alzheimer’s & Dementia Action Alliance

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Our Women & Dementia: A Global Challenge report, collates published research on the issue and highlights that the prevalence, care burden and stigma of dementia disproportionately affects women, making it a global women’s health, social care and rights challenge that can no longer be ignored.


Media Is a Male Business - 100 Largest Media Corporations In The World Are Dominated By Men

WEBSITE: http://www.nordicom.gu.se/en/latest/news/media-male-business

FULL FACT SHEET: http://nordicom.gu.se/sv/system/tdf/medieforskning-statistik/factsheet_women-men_top-management_global.pdf?file=1&type=node&id=39269%20

Sources: Nordicom (primary source www.mediadb.eu (link is external))

26 February 2018 - The leadership of the 100 largest international media corporations is dominated by men. Thirty corporations have no women whatsoever in their top management, according to new statistics compiled by Nordicom.

Nordicom has mapped men and women in CEO positions, positions in top management generally and seats on boards of directors, based on the list of the top 100 international media corporations published by the Institute of Media and Communications Policy in Germany. The result shows a significant lack of women among the leadership of these corporations.


Working Group on Discrimination Against Women in Law & in Practice to the UN Human Rights Council 2017 - Noting Backlash Against Women's Human Rights Gains

“The Working Group focus is to identify, promote and exchange views, in consultation with States and other actors, on good practices related to the elimination of laws that discriminate against women. The Group is also tasked with developing a dialogue with States and other actors on laws that have a discriminatory impact where women are concerned. It is also mandated to prepare a compendium of best practices related to the elimination of laws that discriminate against women or are discriminatory to women in terms of implementation or impact as well as to undertake a study on the way and means it can cooperate with States to fulfill their commitments in that regard.”


Every Child Alive: The Urgent Need to End Newborn Deaths - UNICEF

Every year, 2.6 million babies die before turning one month old. One million of them take their first and last breaths on the day they are born. However, millions of these young lives could be saved every year if every mother and every baby had access to affordable, quality health care, good nutrition and clean water. This report addresses the challenges of keeping every child alive, and calls for strong cooperation among governments, businesses, health-care providers, communities and families to give every newborn a fair chance to survive, and to collectively work towards the achievement of universal health coverage, and a world where no newborn dies of a preventable cause.


The Daily Reality of Working Poverty - Poor Women

GENEVA/ANTANANARIVO (ILO News) – Louisette Fanjamalala, has worked hard all her life, yet, like millions of working poor around the globe, she barely makes enough to survive.

Millions of people around the world work, but live in poverty, and especially women. A recent ILO report shows that more needs to be done to reduce inequalities and improve conditions for the working poor, who face a harsh daily reality.

14 February 2018 - Fanjamalala, from Madagascar, lives with four teenaged children – two of her own and two orphans she has adopted. Their home is a cramped one-room house in the Antananarivo suburb of Soavina. Her husband left years ago.



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