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228 Massacre commemorated with free concert in Taipei

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A free, outdoor concert is being held at Liberty Square in Taipei on Wednesday (Feb. 28), headlined by popular singer Enno Cheng (鄭宜農), along with indie bands Crescent Lam...

Best Places to Work Certification Celebrates Top Companies for Women in 2023

NEW YORK, LONDON, SINGAPORE - Media OutReach Newswire - 15 February 2024 - Best Places to Work, the leading certification program on workplace excellence, is thrilled to unveil the top 5 companies re...

South Korea party urges mandatory military service for women

A new conservative party set up in South Korea ahead of the general election in April has provoked debate about the future of the nation's military by calling for women to complete compulsory mili...

The UK Launches ‘Women in STEM’ Scholarships under its ASEAN-UK SAGE Programme: Reinforcing the UK and ASEAN’s Commitment to Gender Equality and Female Empowerment in STEM

ASEAN-UK SAGE is the UK’s flagship education programme in Southeast Asia, supporting girls and marginalised communities to access education and improve foundational learning. SINGAPORE - Media O...

Taiwan Cabinet releases gender equality statistics in new report

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan's Department of Gender Equality (DGE) published its “2024 Gender Image” gender equality report on Monday (Jan. 29). In a press release, the DGE a...

Dynamic Growth Projected for Advertising Agencies Market, Valued at USD 372.55 Billion in 2022, with a CAGR Exceeding 5.10% through 2030

Report Ocean is a comprehensive analysis of the “Advertising Agencies Market”  that includes both qualitative and quantitative data. The report covers various regions and provides insights into major ...

EU court rules gender-based violence ground for asylum

The Luxemburg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that women who suffer or are at risk of "physical or mental violence, including sexual violence and domestic violence" on account of...

Taiwan’s 2024 elections ‘less passionate’ but ‘less predictable’ than before

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s 2024 elections were "less passionate" but "less predictable" than previous years, as three presidential candidates had not been seen on ...

Results of the IX Digital Asset Industry Classification System ("DAICS®") 2023 2H Review

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach Newswire - 12 January 2024 - Today, IX Asia Indexes announced the 2nd Half 2023 Review of the IX Digital Asset Industry Classification System ("DAICS®"), aiming to prov...

VinFast to build integrated electric vehicle facility in Tamil Nadu, India

TAMIL NADU, INDIA - Media OutReach Newswire - 6 January 2024 - VinFast, Vietnam's leading electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer, and the Tamil Nadu State Government announce a landmark partnership in a ...

Burkina Faso Solar Grandmothers initiative: Global Green Growth Institute's (GGGI) contribution to the rural energy transition process

OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO - EQS Newswire - 19 December 2023 - History of the "Solar Grandmothers" initiative During the India-Africa Forum held in New Delhi in April 2008, an agreement...

Taiwan Green Party releases gender policies, targets surrogacy ban

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Green Party Taiwan will work to overturn restrictions on surrogacy if elected in January, the party said as it announced policies targeting gender equality on Thursday...

National Taiwan University updates teacher-student sexual harassment guidelines

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — National Taiwan University (NTU) students who face sexual harassment from supervisory teachers can now more effectively end their supervisory relationships, after the univ...

Taiwan's airlines told by lawmakers to improve gender equality in uniforms

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s legislature has frozen part of the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) budget until airlines submit plans to address gender inequality caused by uniform ...

Ukraine to shake up recruitment as troops prove scarce

The number of Ukrainians willing to do military service has dwindled over the 20 months since Russia launched its full-scale invasion. Valerii Zaluzhnyi, the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Armed ...