DIVERSITY - EQUALITY - INCLUSION [Gender-equality, inclusion of youth, disabled, indigenous people]
Santosh Kumar Wed 10 Mar 2021 11:36AM
Could cooperatives be the key to regularization for migrant street vendors in Barcelona?
Small Senegalese parentheses in the heart of Barcelona, are the headquarters of the Popular Union of Street Vendors (Sindicato Popular de Vendedores Ambulantes in Spanish) and the Diomcoop cooperative, respectively. Two complementary projects that seek to facilitate the regularization of the migrant community who live without papers in the city under an immigration law that they consider abusive.
Santosh Kumar Wed 10 Mar 2021 10:25AM
16 nonprofit professional societies in 13 cultural sectors to be set up this year
The Ministry of Culture will implement its plan for the nonprofit sector by dividing nonprofit organizations into five categories such as civil institutions, professional societies, specialized societies, cooperative societies, and amateur clubs and that is consistent with the system of civil societies and institutions. It will build a set of initiatives that form an appropriate context for nonprofit cultural organizations. The five categories will form an expression of a response to the essential needs of practitioners, amateurs, and those interested in various cultural sectors. The multiplicity of forms and initiatives also reflects the ministry's concern in expanding the scope of the indigenous practice of culture and arts.
Santosh Kumar Wed 10 Mar 2021 10:23AM
Sudan celebrates International Women's Day
The representatives also asked why the conventions supporting the rights of women had not been ratified or signed to ensure non-discrimination in line with the Constitutional Document. Government aims to support women inmates and transform them into “businesswomen” in cooperation with the General Administration of Prisons and women workers. He also stressed the need to enact laws that preserve the dignity of women prisoners and acknowledged that their employment is often unfair in terms of wages and benefits.
Santosh Kumar · Thu 18 Mar 2021 1:38PM
Women’s representation on the boards of listed companies
As part of its keen efforts to empower Emirati women and encourage them to play a greater role on the boards of listed companies, the SCA board agreed to oblige listed companies to have at least one woman appointed to their boards. This was done by amending Clause 3 of Article 9 of The SCABoard Chairman’s Decision No. (3/Chairman) of 2020 Approving the Governance Guide for Public Joint-Stock Companies.