More girls in school means more women in power

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Discrimination and stereotypes prevent girls from accessing education and consequently have a pernicious impact on female leadership, writes Margaux Pyls, researcher at the VUB. This is problematic as education and female leadership are essential for safeguarding girls' rights, and more generally a more equal society. After all, educated girls are more empowered, resilient and know their rights.

 

Periode10 dec 2021

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  • TitelMore girls in school means more women in power
    Media naam/outletMondiaal Nieuws (MO Magazine)
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioBelgium
    Release datum10/12/21
    BeschrijvingDiscrimination and stereotypes prevent girls from accessing education and consequently have a pernicious impact on female leadership, writes Margaux Pyls, researcher at the VUB. This is problematic as education and female leadership are essential for safeguarding girls' rights, and more generally a more equal society. After all, educated girls are more empowered, resilient and know their rights.
    URLhttps://www.mo.be/opinie/meer-meisjes-op-de-schoolbanken-betekent-meer-vrouwen-aan-de-macht
    PersonenMargaux Pyls