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November 19, 2018
Pamela Walker and Elena Mariotti featured 1
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One year on | Female scholars reflect on their EMBA experiences

After completing a year on the world-class Oxford Executive MBA at Saïd Business School, two female scholarship winners reflect on their first year together at Oxford and look forward to the final few months ahead. The programme is designed to help business leaders to realise their potential whilst continuing to thrive in their careers. Dr...
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International mens day
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International Men’s Day: November 19 | A day to improve gender relations and promote unity

International Men’s Day focuses on improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, producing responsible males and highlighting positive male role models. It also looks at addressing issues such as parenting, positive male role models, families and healthy life choices for men. The inaugural International Men’s Day was held in Trinidad and Tobago on November 19 in...
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islamophobia featured
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Nov

Tackling Islamophobia | Islamophobia Awareness Month

November is Islamophobia Awareness Month. Islamophobia is defined as a dislike of or prejudice against Islam or Muslims. The campaign is particularly apposite given the national increase in hate crimes. Recent Home Office data shows that most religious hate crime – 52 per cent of all offences – were aimed at Muslims. Homa Wilson is...
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fintech
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Nov

Why the FinTech industry is women’s to thrive in

By Laura Hutton, co-founder of Quantexa According to New Financial, women make up just 23 per cent of senior staff at 25 of the major international banks, demonstrating that the industry remains heavily male-dominated. Banks continue to be built around the culture of the ‘old boys’ club’, which can cause women to feel excluded from...
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