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Women in Politics

Total 6 Posts

Do women really rule the world?

2 min read
It is disheartening to note that not many countries in the world have been female-led. Despite the progress made in recent years, the number of nations that have had female leadership remains disappointingly low.

Jacinda Ardern’s resignation shows that women still face an uphill battle in politics

5 min read
Female leaders tend to open people’s perceptions of what is possible for other women in politics – but the job is also still fraught with double standards and unique risks.

Is Jacinda Ardern’s short sharp goodbye a template or a telling sign of the times?

4 min read
Did the hatefulness drive Jacinda Ardern from office and out of politics? Why would the mother of a 5-year-old want to be the focus of a storm of crazed commentary and calls to action? Is walking away an act of bravery or the acknowledgement you can’t hack it?

Angela Rayner, porn in parliament and a depressing week for British politics.

5 min read
Labour’s deputy leader was forced to justify her own response to comments made about her. How the responsibility shifted to Angela Rayner.

Boris Johnson dragging the Tory Party into the sewer – Angela Rayner.

3 min read
In a series of tweets, Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner hits out at “perverted smears” by Tory MPs published in the Mail on Sunday in an attempt to save Boris Johnson’s skin, as she accuses him of “dragging the Conservative Party into the sewer”.

85 minutes as president – Kamala Harris’ place in history.

2 min read
Kamala Harris became the first woman to formally assume the powers of the presidency... for 85 minutes, while Joe Biden underwent a routine examination.
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