Do men and women in Bangladesh want to maintain the status quo of gender roles in society?
It is evident we are doing even worse than we realised on gender equality.
Working women face these issues more often than others and as her partner, it is your duty to support her.
Women on Wheel Bangladesh is a community of exceedingly motivated and driven women who want to change the very culture and perception of women drivers in Bangladesh. They are a superb movement that combines empowerment, skill-building, community bonding and creating an inclusive atmosphere for women.
Runa Khan, the founder and executive director of the charity Friendship, has had a profound effect on the lives of innumerable people and families in Bangladesh. Runa Khan's extensive practical expertise in teaching, starting small companies, tourism, and communication, among other things, served as the foundation for friendship.
Digital transformation holds immense potential for accelerating gender equality and women’s empowerment.
Every Women’s Day, I suffer from this ambivalent feeling of euphoria and despair.
It is true that women have broken glass ceilings and gone on to lead exceedingly fulfilling family lives as well and no one argues that they cannot.