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Everywoman award winners on how to be a male ally
19th November 2019 is International Men’s Day. To celebrate we caught up with some of everywoman’s award-winning male allies, to see what advice they would give to men who want to improve D&I in their organisation.
2019 Revolut everywoman in Travel Award winners
The travel industry celebrated outstanding talent from the UK and beyond with the announcement of the 2019 Revolut everywoman in Travel Awards winners.
Is your perception of competition holding you back? Here are five ways you can embrace the challenge.
International men's day November 19
In honour of International Men's Day 2019, celebrating Male Alllies, we have assembled a collection of resources that explore what it means to be a male ally and a powerful advocate for inclusion and ways to take this forward in your own life – while also encouraging it in others.
Co-founders of Jack and Amelie – ‘grown up food for kids’ – tell us how a battered old van helped get their business venture off the ground. The Idea Hello! We are Jack and Amelie co-founders Soph (...
A look at how conversations around the impact of the menopause has progressed in the UK.
everywomanReview Q4 2019
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Anything is possible and dare to dream; don’t let where you’ve come from limit where you can go.
A male employee describes the unfair treatment he receives for working part-time
Deliveroo’s Ela Osterberger
Director of Data Science at Deliveroo (and 2020 everywoman in Tech Forum speaker) gives us an insight into her working life