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Oct
26

October 26, 2011   /  By Katie Stanton

Yesterday, we held our fourth #VVlead Tweetchat, discussing the role and influence of women in the Arab Spring with bloggers and commentators from the U.S. and MENA region. Read More

Oct
21

October 21, 2011   /  By Rebekah Curtis-Heald and Miriam Kirubel

VV Africa program intern Rebekah Curtis-Heald shares the World Bank's latest report, which ranks Kenya as a leader in gender equality reform, and explains Kenya's history with gender equality.  Read More

Oct
20

October 20, 2011

Last night, we held an event with Anne Barnard from The New York Times and two Libyan women leaders working to rebuild their country and secure women's inclusion in society at this time of transition. Read More

Oct
18

October 18, 2011   /  By Katie Stanton

On Tuesday, October 25, at 12 p.m. EST, join us for an hour-long chat via Twitter on the upcoming elections in Tunisia, and what these and other elections in the Middle East will mean for women.  Read More

Oct
17

October 17, 2011   /  By Vital Voices Staff Member

A Vital Voices staff member shares her experience while in Cairo during the incidents in Maspero on October 9.  Read More

Oct
14

October 14, 2011   /  By Zita de Pooter

The 7th edition of the Women's Forum Global Meeting was held this week in Deaville, France. Our President and CEO, Alyse Nelson, spoke this morning at the Forum about social entrepreneurship and the new business future. Read More

Oct
11

October 11, 2011   /  By Alyse Nelson

We were watching closely as Kah Walla, Vital Voices Global Leadership Network member, ran for president as a candidate of the Cameroon People’s Party. Read More

Oct
07

October 07, 2011   /  By Alyse Nelson

This Sunday, we’ll be watching closely as presidential elections take place in Cameroon. Read More

Oct
05

October 05, 2011   /  By Alyse Nelson

This week, Alyse visited California for the 13th annual Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, which brought together some of the most influential women in the corporate world, along with thought leaders, dignitaries and international advocates. Read More

Oct
03

October 03, 2011   /  By Zita de Pooter and Sarah Todnem

The Gender Equality Project provides a framework for measuring gender inequality in the workforce. Companies can either get an official certification or use the framework as a roadmap for self-assessment. Read More

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