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A survey found that the Japanese have a negative image of women who are considered "intellectuals" and readily view mathematics as a "masculine" discipline. This cliche exists in Britain too.
The report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said the dirt kicked up from road wear and the resuspension of road dust particles from passing vehicles might even cause worse health problems than from burning coal.
Austrian banker Gerda Holzinger-Burgstaller is out to shake up the banking sector, a world still dominated by men in dark suits.
When Claire is in her buggy, traffic-related pollution such as soot and particulate matter is logged every 10 seconds. Other parameters, such as wind speed and time of day, are also recorded.
16-year-old Aava Murto took over the job of Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin just for one day.
In countries with the widest gender gap in salaries, the income of women workers is adversely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tourism’s role in job creation is often undervalued, despite the fact that tourism generates 10% of jobs globally. Policies are needed to maximise tourism’s potential to create more and better jobs, especially for women and youth.
The World Health Organisation is introducing the first-ever World Patient Safety Day (Sept 17) to emphasise the importance of this issue, which causes much preventable harm.