As we approach the year 2023, anticipated to be the hottest ever recorded on Earth, international deliberations for COP 28 commence on Thursday, November 30, in the United Arab Emirates, with the overarching goal of mitigating climate change.
Violence against women and girls remains one of the most widespread human rights violations globally. Nearly one in three women, approximately 736 million, has experienced physical, sexual, or both forms of violence from an intimate partner or others. It is mainly widespread in the workplace and the digital space. The Covid-19 pandemic, conflicts, and climate disruptions have further exacerbated this alarming phenomenon.
As the world prepares to celebrate, as on November 20 every year, World Children’s Day, the children of the Gaza Strip continue to be massacred by the bombs of the Israeli occupation in the face of an international community increasingly unable to enforce international law...
As an International Labour Organization (ILO) study shed light on persistent challenges regarding gender equality in the workplace, leaders at the United Nations General Assembly recently committed to reducing the pay gap between men and women. This news brings hope in a global context dominated by injustices and discriminations.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) elicits both fascination and fear. According to a recent study published by the University of Pennsylvania in collaboration with Open Research and Open AI, approximately 80% of the workforce in the United States could see at least 10% of their tasks impacted by AI. These numbers highlight the potential magnitude of changes that AI could bring to the job market.