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Women in the World report reveals that women are missing from economies of many regions across the globe.
economia, by Sibylle Rupprecht
Ripple Effect Report cited in this examination of the causes and economic impact of the declining female labor in India.
live mint & The Wall Streeet Journal, by Pramit Bhattacharya
FP Census cited in this peice about the slow climb up the coporate ladder for Israeli women.
Haaretz, by Hila Weisberg
FP Census cited, in this look at how only 8 of 100 top companies in Isreal are led by women.
The Jerusalem Post, by Niv Elis
Story looks at FP Census in Quebec with quotes from Alex Johnston, executive director of Catalyst Canada and discusses Catalyst intiations, the accord and women on boards.
les affairs, by Deborah Cherenfant
Financial Post 500 Census cited and Alex Johnston quoted on how women's representation on boards is increasing in Alberta, yet remains one of the lowest in Canada.
Calgary Herald, by Mario Toneguzzi
Story references Catalyst's Women in th World Report and discusses how what's good for women's empoyment is also good for the U.S. GDP.
Think Progress, by Bryce Covert
Financial Post 500 Census cited to illustrate that Quebec is making progress with the representation of women on boards. Coleen MacKinnon-Charette is quoted saying, we are on the right track but there is more todo.
La Presse, by Stéphanie Grammond
Financial Post 500 Census cited and Alex Johnston quoted on diversifying boards and what it will take to reach gender parity.
Bloomberg Businessweek, by Katia Dmitrieva
Financial Post 500 Census cited along with a map that illustrates female board representation was highest in Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.
Wall Street Journal, by Carolyn King