World Economic Forum
Canada's business leaders are turning pessimistic as the country's economy gets hit by "external shocks."
The rich really are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer.
Single parents, Indigenous populations and new Canadians bear the brunt of inequality.
"These movements tell us that we need to have a critical discussion on women's rights, equality, and the power dynamics of gender."
Across capital markets, 40 stock exchanges will be ringing in International Women's Day as part of the Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative. The opening bell, which ceremoniously signals commencement of trading activity for the day, will also ring out for "the pivotal role the private sector can play in advancing gender equality to achieve the UN's SDG 5."
Survivalism is becoming a thing for America's rich.
"Once a fortune is accumulated or acquired it develops a momentum of its own."
As the weeks close in before the release of the next federal budget, we need to get out our loudspeakers and make sure this government hears us clearly: we want an economic model that works for women.
Never before has a generation been so connected and self-organized, yet mired in such anguishing asymmetry with older generations of leadership. If so many young leaders are already responsive, responsible and also effective, why do senior leaders worldwide prevent them from joining them?