How women are spending on travel right now

It’s hard to think of a single aspect of our lives left untouched by the pandemic, from how we socialize to how (and where) we work. Fortunately, a sense of normalcy is returning, but the impact of the past two years will no doubt persist for a while – and …

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Taliban, 9/11 families fight for billions with frozen Afghan funds

WASHINGTON – Almost 20 years ago, around 150 family members of 9/11 victims requested a measure of justice for their losses by pursuing a list of targets like Al Qaeda and the Taliban. A decade later, a court find the defendants responsible by default and ordered them to pay damage …

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Genetic testing offers a weapon to detect breast cancer: Sema4

While mammograms and physical exams have long been suggested options to help women detect breast cancer, people with a family history of the disease may benefit from more proactive choices. Ken Onel, senior vice president of translational genetics at Sema4, spoke with Outsourcing-Pharma about the powerful tools and technologies available …

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Yale researchers tackle bias in machine learning algorithms

The fight against hidden biases in machine learning algorithms is being led by three Yale scientists and their new training regime for predictive programs. Valentina simon 11:23 p.m., November 28, 2021 Contributing journalist Ryan Chiao, senior photographer Three Yale scientists are tasked with producing objective machine learning algorithms from inherently …

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Iraqi Kurdish family mourns the death of a victim of the sinking of the English Channel | Migration news

In a simple house in northeast Iraq, the parents of 24-year-old Maryam Nuri Hama Amin mourn the loss of their daughter who drowned while trying to reach her fiance in the UK. “She wanted a better life,” said her father, Nuri Hama Amin, still in shock, just days after his …

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‘False Hope’: Family Violence Program Could Put Women at Greater Risk, Critics Say | Scott Morrison

Vulnerable women trying to escape domestic violence are being offered “false hope” by a government program that could potentially put them at greater risk, according to frontline service workers. The two-year $ 145 million payment lawsuit to escape violence was billed as a one-time payment of up to $ 5,000 …

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Women farmers deplore pastoralists, farmers clash in FCT and demand an end to insecurity

FCT farmers have cried out insecurity in the land, asking the federal government to urgently take up the challenge to allow them to return to their farms. The women say threats to farmer safety resulting from the conflict between farmers and farmers in various CTF communities have become unbearable and …

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A $ 4.4 billion RIA in Los Angeles made a very 2021 decision to appoint two women, both 37, as co-CEOs for a very old reason – accelerated growth – following previous diversity moves genres

Abacus Wealth Partners has quadrupled its assets under management in six years in tangible correlation with its progressive recruitment strategy Note from Brooke: As a jaded editor, I asked Oisin to interview the protagonists of the co-CEO in this article to see if having two people in a position prototypically …

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Closed-door meeting on black women in leadership raises concerns for province’s only black female political science professor

Earlier this month, several events were held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the arrest of Viola Desmond for sitting in the white section of a New Glasgow cinema. One event, a panel discussion moderated by Toronto Center MP Marci Ien, with black women in Halifax on the topic of …

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