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AEG joins global #BalanceforBetter campaign to raise awareness about gender balance; Donates $10,000 to Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles in conjunction with LA Kings’ Kings Care Foundation
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In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD), AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company, is raising awareness about the need for gender balance in the workplace through a social media campaign, #WomenStrong.
Aligning with IWD’s global #BalanceforBetter campaign, AEG’s campaign is anchored by a video that spotlights its female employees discussing the importance of equality in the workplace. The social campaign encourages the company’s community to tag a mentor in order to highlight the women and men who have helped accelerate gender parity.
A flash mob took over the Whole Foods Market on South Lamar for a good cause.
The flash mob was held in honor of International Women’s Day on Thursday, and it caught some lunch time shoppers by surprise.
“I didn't know what I was going to get for lunch, so I was just thinking about that and when I heard the music I thought this was an event for South by [Southwest],” said Gabrielle Orlando, a Whole Foods Market shopper. “I saw everyone surrounding it and got sucked in."
In recent months, we’ve seen hurricanes in the United States that caused $300 billion in economic losses, floods in India that caused dozens of deaths and destructive wildfires in Iberia and California. This is what the world looks like after a temperature increase of 1°C - can you imagine what it will look like after 3°C?
The circular economy is one of the solutions, and it’s everyone’s business. Watch Maria Mendiluce, Managing Director at WBCSD, outline the circular economy and the action that business can take in her speech at TEDxDonauinsel.
To celebrate International Women’s Day (Thursday, March 8), National Geographic is welcoming its first guest editor for the @NatGeo Instagram account: actor, activist and UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson. Working alongside National Geographic’s editorial team, Emma will curate the account and highlight the work of eight female Nat Geo photographers from Saudi Arabia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Australia, the U.S.
Inspiring the next generation of female science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) leaders
By Mary Snapp, Corporate Vice President and Lead for Microsoft Philanthropies
Women around the world are taking to the streets on International Women’s Day to urge faster progress on gender parity in economic opportunity, education and other important issues. The theme this year, #PressforProgress, is perfectly tuned to the challenges society faces.
International Women’s Day isn’t just a day to celebrate the many social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women; it’s an opportunity to be a global problem solver for women around the world.
Achieving gender equality has been a hot topic of global conversation recently. The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set a target to achieve gender equality by 2030 and leading CEOs are becoming vocal proponents for the issue.
In celebration of Women's History Month, three of Cox's women leaders took a few moments to share their insights and help others.
Great companies never change who they are - their soul or their core values. Cox businesses lean on our values and have created environments where different perspectives and ideas are allowed to flourish. This has been the experience for many in the company, including: