How Female Business Leaders Succeed
Most organizations would acknowledge that they don't have enough female leaders.
Two elections that express the erosion of polarization in Venezuela
In December the last Latin American electoral processes of the year are prepared amid a climate of political frustration and electoral distrust
Soft Skills Enhance Job Opportunities
In times of crisis, a need is seen in the business sector, to have in its work teams trained people to face the conjuncture moment.
New Horizons at The White House
Jill Biden is not exactly the woman behind a great man, she is used to being next door and often in front.
What is the type K recovery of the coronavirus crisis?
When the pandemic ends, there will be winners and losers in economic terms. Let's see what this situation would imply
Radical Changes Towards Equity
Sydney Barber will be the first black woman to serve as a brigade commander in the Naval Academy's 175-year history.
The Features that Make the Difference
Margaret Thatcher was the first female prime minister of the United Kingdom.
COVID-19 amplifies inequalities in healthcare access for ethnic minority and migrant women
In their recent research paper, published in the Feminist Legal Studies journal, it is said existing barriers to medical care for these marginalized women have ...
Maradona vs. England: a key moment in Latin American culture
The story of Diego Armando Maradona in the 1986 World Cup match was key for Latin culture. Lets see why
New tool helps predict outcomes for COVID-19
A new assessment tool developed by Kaiser Permanente researchers and physicians helps guide clinical decisions in emergencies
This Country Adopts Pioneering Laws for Girls and Women
Scotland has become the first country in the world to provide free access to sanity products for all women.
Doctors use existing treatment earlier to save the lives of Covid-19 patients
The lives of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are being saved by doctors who are using an existing medical treatment at an earlier stage