According to the data of the EU Statistics Office; The average pension gap between men and women over the age of 65 European Union countries is 30 percent in Turkey last 10 years, the difference fell to 29.7 percent from 31 percent.
Researches reveal that women do not negotiate wages out of fear of misunderstanding in job interviews. As a result, four out of five women miss out on the possibility of a high salary.
On February 11, which is referred to as the “World Day of Women and Girls in Science” by the United Nations, awareness studies are carried out on the place and importance of women in the world of science.
Sanna Marin, the youngest prime minister in the world, pioneered a decision that would create change all over the world. Marin increased paid leave to 164 days for each parent, for a total of 14 months.
Özyeğin University Lecturer Dr. Written by Senem Timuroğlu and published by İletişim Yayınları, “Winged Women” is after the free woman, which is still the subject of discussion today.
Zorlu Enerji took one more step within the framework of the Equal Bi’Life program and became one of the signatories of the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs).
30 percent of the new government established in Lebanon consists of women. The fact that the new defense minister is also a woman means a big change for the Middle East.
Garanti Bank, which has many practices and initiatives to ensure gender equality, has been included in the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index for the fourth time.
The first Gender Equality Agenda Report to be published by TÜRKONFED every 3 months dealt with the Glass Ceiling issue. According to the report, when women discover their own glass ceilings, their development in business life accelerates.
Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV), is celebrating its 25th year. TEGV has so far supported the education of 3 million children through donors and volunteers.
KAGİDER be held in Istanbul hosted 68 of the World Congress, representing close to 700 million euros in capital that entrepreneurs will meet with women entrepreneurs in Turkey.
Energy and Natural Resources Ministry held by the third year in Turkey to Energizing Women ‘began the application process for the awards program.
TSKB will now take part in the management committee of the International Development Finance Club (IDFC), where it coordinates the Gender Equality Working Group.
According to the Global Mobility Index; Increasing social mobility, which is the most important factor in tackling inequality, could raise global GDP by 10 percent in the next decade.
According to the United Nations Development Program Human Development Report 2019, prepared by Turkey, health, equality of opportunity, resources are still at the level of 17 percent of the catch in a positive development, in particular gender equality in the distribution. Serious work must be done on this subject.
According to a research conducted on the wages and benefits offered to their employees by entrepreneurial companies; In 65 percent of all roles, the average female employee salary is 25 percent lower than the male employee.
Japan Environment Minister Koizumi Shinjiro has announced that she will take paternity leave when her first child is born at the end of the month to set an example for working fathers.
In all the novels he wrote, Margaret Atwood’s 1969 first novel “Woman to Marry” was republished by Doğan Kitap, which took the reader to a striking and extreme reality.