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Mo Abudu makes The Hollywood Reporter's Top 25 Powerful Women in TV

Story highlights Mo Abudu Nigerian TV producer, Mo Abudu, has been selected by The Hollywood Reporter as one of the 25 most powerful women in global television. The EbonyLife TV boss took to

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AISS organised 3rd World Conference on Women Studies

Noida: Amity Institute of Social Sciences (AISS) in collaboration with World Center for Women Studies (World – CWS) and College of Arts & Sciences, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA

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100 Women: Students travel through Arctic snow to the 'world's best teacher'

Maggie MacDonnell has been named the “world’s best teacher” – winner of this year’s prestigious global teacher prize from the Varkey Foundation. She teaches in the

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Mo Abudu Named Among Top 25 Women in Global Media

Nigeria Media Entreprenuer, Mosunmola Abudu has been named among Hollywood’s review of Top 25 Women in Global TV. Reacting to her new feat, the Ebony Life CEO posted an appreciation note on

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145 child-bearing women, 2300 children under 5 die daily in Nigeria – Unicef

By Gabriel Enogholase BENIN—A researcher with  Benin-based Centre for Population and Environmental Development, CPED, Dr. Francis Onojeta has disclosed that an average of 145 Nigerian

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Donna Karan defends Weinstein, suggests women 'asking for it'

Fashion designer Donna Karan has defended Harvey Weinstein, who was fired from his own movie company following accusations of sexual harassment spanning several decades. Speaking on Sunday, the

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100 Women: 'We can't teach girls of the future with books of the past'

In a textbook for students in Tanzania, boys are strong and athletic, while girls just look proud of their pretty frilly dresses. In a primary school reader in Haiti, pupils learn that mothers

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The World Health Organization's New Leadership Team Is Majority Women

After Donald Trump surprised everyone by beating Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, you could be forgiven for being worried that the push for women in leadership roles had

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