Stakeholders express cautious optimism on Nigeria’s gender parity
This year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) did not disappoint in pushing forward issues dogging women development to the front burner of national discourse.
Firm commends female employees for contributing to corporate growth
As part of efforts to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD), a logistics solutions providers, Red Star Express Plc., has commended its female workforce for contributing immensely to the growth of the organisation.
IWD: Netflix to invest in next generation of female storytellers
For a young woman growing up in Nigeria, watching a film at home meant trying to put yourself into a character’s shoes that probably wasn’t relatable and left you wondering why roles played by women...
IWD: Colgate supports FG to celebrate Nigerian women
Recognising women as being an integral part of the society, Colgate stepped out recently to lend support to the Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development’s programme in commemoration of this year’s International Women’s Day with the theme, #ChooseToChallenge, in Abuja. The National policy Dialogue in celebration of the International Women’s Day in Abuja…
Stallion-Bajaj: Empowering women through skills development, entrepreneurship
Women make up over half of Nigeria’s population and are integral to the growth of the nation’s economy. Driven by the main goal of building a more inclusive work environment
IWD: Nigerian women aggregate challenges, map out action plan
Mrs. Josephine (surname withheld) had big dreams for her life as an undergraduate at the University of Jos, where she studied Mass Communication. She planned to practice journalism
IWD: NHRC boss says women deserve a future free from violence
Mr Tony Ojukwu, the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), has said that women deserve a future free from any form of violence
IWD: Girl guides, Scouts to mark day
No fewer than 10 million girls from 152 countries will, tomorrow, celebrate International Women’s Day, which holds every year on March 8.