On July 14, the Church of England voted to allow women bishops in a ruling that came after years of opposition. It was a historical event that had a very different end than the vote two years ago that overwhelmingly denied a comparable piece of legislation.
Who are leading women in politics today? What about in years past? How are females changing the political landscape? Get answers here to inspire you!
While it’s hard for some to believe, women still aren’t equals in many political parties today. There’s still a glass ceiling for females, and sexism in Australia is an unfortunately reality for female candidates and those already appointed, like in too many other countries.
Rather than looking the other way, let’s delve into the problems several women in politics continue to face, with the hope that doing so will raise awareness and spark change. In addition, let’s applaud the women who are sharing their political viewpoints and devoting their lives to the political arena.
Ritu Sharma speaks worldwide about the problem of women living in poverty in developing countries. She co-founded Women Thrive Worldwide in 1998, as a means to find solutions for the issue, and is the current President. She began this organization after leaving Punjab, India with her family to immigrate to the US, leaving behind poverty. …
7 lies about women who wear hijabs. Great post to share here from the site A Broad’s View.