Mostly unknowingly, we bring segregation based on sex into our conversations. While this may not amount to sexism, it creates or cements a distinction between men and women which may later influence one’s thoughts or actions. If the distinction has positive effects, it may be ignored, but that’s not the case.
Mark: Hey Sara, wanna have some sweets? Sara: Absolutely! What’s special today? Mark: A girl in our team just returned from her native place. She requested me whether I could distribute these to the others around.Continue reading Our everyday sexual discrimination
Travelling is my favourite poison (you might want to pay a kind visit to my travel blog, happilytravelled.com) and Russia is my dearest brand. I don’t know when the biggest country on the planet became my dream travel destination, but it has been sitting there for a very long time. May be it has the breathtaking Trans-Siberian Railway, and I happen to be mad about trains. Whatever the reasons may be, that’s the place I want to visit one day.
A few days ago, the World Bank published a Policy Research Note titled “Ending Extreme Poverty and Sharing Prosperity: Progress and Policies”. The key developments presented in the report include: Continue reading Latest poverty figures