Saturday December 7, 2019

SBP editorial: Gender balance on boards needs to be enforced

26th May, 2019

‘If I can see you, I can be you” is a well-established epigram for those who argue for gender equality - in sport, business, politics and a variety of other fields - and it expresses the basic, common-sense understanding that if young girls see women in leadership positions, it helps them to imagine that they, too, might one day hold such a position.

If that’s true, then the most recent set of figures...

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