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1. Gender Inequality Essays by Top Hollywood Stars
April 11, 2018

Writing has a way in which ideas are brought out to the public domain. It is through writing that we get to know what people think and how they would want to be remembered of some ideas. Words have become popular way to bring out the deep inner feelings about the inner peace and what is happening in the inner world. Female Hollywood actors have been known to make use of writing to express what they have inside. They have made use of writing to air their grievances regarding gender biases. They have been able to acknowledge the difficulties that female celebrities undergo when they are working ... (read more)

Author: Martin Heights

2. Gender Discrimination Or Bias ‘witnessed By 4 In 5 Managers
July 04, 2017

Companies taking advantage of the Meeting Management Service of London Registrars may find the findings of a recent survey by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to be of relevance to their own business’s operations. The poll of 851 managers in the UK found that inappropriate comments and gender bias in hiring and promotion decisions, as well as gender inequality in pay and rewards, remained prevalent in many organisations. “Inappropriate Remarks” Four in five of the survey respondents said they had witnessed some form of workplace gender bias or discrimination... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

3. Two-Hour Wait to Use Golden Toilet at Guggenheim Museum
November 17, 2016

If you find yourself at New York’s Guggenheim museum with an urgent need to go to the bathroom, you probably shouldn’t try to use the museum’s 18-carat gold toilet. Waits to use the golden throne are reportedly up to two hours. The fully functional toilet is a work of art called “America.” It first went on display in September. It’s the creation of Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, who reportedly stated the art is about economic inequality. According to the museum, the...... (read more)

4. Activists Split as Clinton Makes Push for Black Millennials
October 28, 2016

Six months into Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, she met with a group of Black Lives Matter activists in Washington to make her case and seek their support. DeRay Mckesson left disappointed, feeling Clinton lacked a grasp of the issues he had spent the previous year protesting in cities like Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore, including police brutality and income inequality. He came out of the October 2015 meeting unwilling to support her publicly. On Wednesday, though, The...... (read more)

5. US Program Tackles Extreme Wealth Inequality and Changes Lives
October 13, 2016

Income inequality in the United States is a big campaign issue in this year's elections as studies indicate 49 million Americans are living in poverty, including one in four children. Addressing this problem is at the center of a community redevelopment program aimed at transforming neighborhoods and lifting families out of poverty. As VOA's Chris Simkins reports from Atlanta, Georgia, the program helps low income young people get a good education that can lead to a better future.... (read more)

6. Income Inequality Top Election Concern for Maine Voters
October 12, 2016

Do employers owe their workers a living wage? Raising the hourly rate for some of the nation’s lowest-paid workers has been a key issue in this election season dominated by talk about bringing jobs back to America. VOA’s Katherine Gypson traveled to Portland, Maine to see how voters view a ballot question that could raise pay for minimum-wage workers and dramatically impact the state’s economy.... (read more)

7. Why Are South Africa’s Student Protests Continuing?
October 12, 2016

Violent protests have raged on South African campuses in recent weeks as students demand free university tuition for all in a nation still riven by inequality and racial divisions. It seems like a straightforward demand, and one that few people - from university leaders to parents, to church leaders, to even the South African government - seriously disagree with. But despite this emerging consensus, protests are showing no sign of stopping after they first emerged late last year. In...... (read more)

8. US Justice Ginsburg Judges Anthem Protests to Be 'Really Dumb'
October 10, 2016

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday waded in to the controversy over American athletes protesting at sporting events against widely perceived racial inequality for African Americans. Speaking to Yahoo! News, Ginsburg said she believes the protests are, in her words, "really dumb," aiming most of her criticism at San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The 28-year-old Kaepernick triggered a social media conversation in August when he refused to...... (read more)

9. Income Inequality Top Election Concern for Maine Voters
October 09, 2016

Do employers owe their workers a living wage? Raising the hourly rate for some of the nation’s lowest-paid workers has been a key issue in this election season dominated by talk about bringing jobs back to America. VOA’s Katherine Gypson traveled to Portland, Maine to see how voters view a ballot question that could raise pay for minimum-wage workers and dramatically impact the state’s economy.... (read more)

10. In Maine, Voters Wrestle With Income Inequality
October 07, 2016

Steve Corman believes it is his responsibility to pay a living wage to his employees at Vena’s Fizz House, a bar/restaurant in Portland, Maine.  Even though he’s still trying to grow his business and make a profit, Corman sees the hotly contested issue of minimum wage increases as a moral question, not just an economic one. That’s why he supports a question on the ballot in Maine this election, one that would allow voters to directly affect their state’s economic future. Maine’s...... (read more)

11. World Bank: Cutting Poverty More Requires Cutting Inequality
October 03, 2016

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim says to cut global poverty further requires strong efforts to make economic growth more inclusive. His call came as International Monetary Fund Chief Christine Lagarde warned that the world economy is expanding too slowly. The two spoke ahead of this week's gathering in Washington of top economic officials from around the world. VOA’s Jim Randle reports.... (read more)

12. World Bank: Slashing Poverty Requires More Work on Cutting Inequality
October 03, 2016

The World Bank says stronger efforts to cut inequality are the key to further cuts in extreme poverty around the globe. The data show that  767 million people lived on $1.90 a day in 2013.  That is 100 million fewer than the prior year.  The 2013 figures are the latest comprehensive data available, and show that 10.7 percent of the world's population was in dire poverty, a decline from 12.4 percent the previous year. World Bank President Jim Yong Kim says the...... (read more)

13. Guggenheim’s 18-carat Gold Toilet Ready for Use
September 15, 2016

If you’ve ever wanted to use a solid gold toilet, now is your chance. New York’s famous Guggenheim art museum unveiled the fully functioning, 18-carat gold toilet, titled “America,” in one of its unisex bathrooms. Museum patrons are invited to use the golden throne, which is the creation of Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, who reportedly stated the art is about economic inequality. According to the museum, the toilet is a "a bold, irreverent work ... ultimately reminding us of...... (read more)

14. NFL's Colin Kaepernick Protests Against Racial Inequality Continue
September 13, 2016

As National Football League quarterback Colin Kaepernick takes his protests against racial inequality in the United States to wider television audiences, they continue to fuel the discussion about the state of race relations in America. The San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback took his protest to what may have been the biggest audience yet during the widely watched Monday Night Football broadcast when he kneeled, rather than stood, as the national anthem was played before millions of...... (read more)

15. Child Marriage Remains Widespread, Impacts Girls' Quality of Life
September 13, 2016

Child marriage is a human rights violation. But even though unlawful, the practice remains widespread, in part because of persistent poverty and gender inequality. In Kosovo, this practice is found especially among the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities. Edlira Bllaca of VOA's Albanian service filed this report from Fushë Kosova in Kosovo. The report is narrated by Keida Kostreci.... (read more)

16. US Athlete Provokes Furor by Sitting During National Anthem
August 29, 2016

In the United States, millions of sports fans patriotically stand when the country's national anthem is played before games, but a pro football quarterback protesting racial inequality has ignited a firestorm by staying seated and says he will continue to do so until he sees significant progress.... (read more)

17. Gender Inequality Hampers African Human Development, Economic Growth
August 28, 2016

A new report finds economic and social discrimination against women is costing Africa more than $100 billion a year. The U.N. Development Program’s 2016 Africa Human Development Report argues closing the gender gap would be a boon for the Continent’s economic and social prospects. The report finds African women across the board are denied the same kind of economic, social and political opportunities men enjoy. It says women lose out when it comes to education, work and health. It notes...... (read more)

18. Gabon Chooses a President
August 27, 2016

Voters are going to the polls Saturday in oil-rich Gabon to elect a president. The top candidates are incumbent Ali Bongo and career diplomat Jean Ping. Bongo's family has ruled the Central African nation for the past five decades. Ping, the former chair of the African Union Commission, said at a recent rally Gabon's economic inequality would continue if Bongo is returned to office.  "You have before you two choices.  Life and death," Ping said. ...... (read more)

19. Obama Administration Taps Kim for 2nd Term at World Bank
August 25, 2016

The Obama administration is nominating current World Bank President Jim Yong Kim for a second term leading the 189-nation international lending organization.   Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew praised Kim for using his first term at the World Bank to effectively address “today's most pressing global challenges in innovative ways, from ending extreme poverty and tackling inequality to combating climate change.”   Kim, the former president of Dartmouth College, was first tapped...... (read more)

20. Chilean President's Approval Plunges to Lowest Since Return to Democracy
August 19, 2016

The approval ratings of Chilean President Michelle Bachelet's government plunged to just 15 percent in a poll published on Friday, the lowest of any leader since the country's 1990 return to democracy. Center-left Bachelet, who ruled in 2006-2010 and then returned for another four years in 2014, enjoyed sky-high ratings after her first term, and promised more radical policies to tackle inequality and poor education in her second term. But her reputation is in tatters and her...... (read more)

21. South Africa's Ruling Party Faces Stiff Challenge
August 03, 2016

JOHANNESBURG— South Africans voted Wednesday in local polls whose results could resound nationally and shake the long-time ruling party. The African National Congress has dominated national politics since Nelson Mandela ushered the party to power in 1994, but, under President Jacob Zuma, the ANC has been tarnished by corruption scandals. Unemployment and inequality have lingered under his leadership. Opinion polls predict the opposition Democratic Alliance will make gains in metropolitan areas, including here in this economic hub. Allowing the opposition a greater chance to govern now... (read more)

22. Racism Prevents US from Living Up to Ideals, UN Rights Expert Says
July 28, 2016

Racism, and social and economic inequality are keeping the United States from living up to its ideals, including the right to freedom of assembly and association, a U.N. human rights expert says. Special Rapporteur Maina Kiai reported on his 17-day trip to the U.S. Thursday, where he visited several large cities including Baltimore, Washington, New York and Philadelphia. "People have a good reason to be angry and frustrated at the moment," Kiai said. He said that while his fact-finding missions are not supposed to include issues of race, it was impossible to carry out his... (read more)

23. Peru's Kuczynski Takes Office With a Vow to Fight Inequality
July 28, 2016

LIMA— Pedro Pablo Kuczynski took office as Peru's president on Thursday, asking the opposition-controlled Congress to help him fight income inequality and ensure all Peruvians have access to running water, health care and free primary education. The 77-year-old Oxford-educated former investment banker, deemed "elitist" by opponents in last month's tight election, said he would modernize Peru with policies aimed at raising the incomes of the poorest while fighting racism, sexism and corruption.   "I want a social revolution for my country! I long for Peru in ... (read more)

24. For Obama, an Evolving, Intensifying Focus on Racial Inequality
July 09, 2016

When President Barack Obama arrived in Poland early Friday morning, he did not retire to his hotel as scheduled ahead of the NATO summit.   Instead, the American leader stood in front of a podium at the Warsaw Marriott and spoke for 16 minutes on the deaths of Alton Sperling in Lousiana and Philando Castile in Minnesota.   “All of us as Americans should be troubled by the news. These are not isolated incidents. They are symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system,” Obama said.   The president went on to cite s... (read more)

25. Clinton/Warren Meeting Fuels VP Speculation
June 10, 2016

The presumptive Democratic candidate for president, Hillary Clinton, met with left-leaning Senator Elizabeth Warren Friday at Clinton's Washington home. Warren came to prominence as an advocate of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, established after the 2008 financial crisis to protect small investors in the financial sector. She has since been an outspoken advocate for Wall Street reform and measures to adjust income inequality, placing her to the left of centrist Clinton. The talks came a day after the Massachusetts senator endorsed Clinton. She was the last Democratic fe... (read more)

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