If women ruled the world would things be different?
USA. Washington DC. 1967. An American young girl, Jan Rose KASMIR, confronts the American National Guard outside the Pentagon during the 1967 anti-Vietnam march. This march helped to turn public opinion against the US war in Vietnam.
Syrians walk amid the rubble of destroyed buildings following reported air strikes by regime forces in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, on August 30, 2015. More than 240,000 people have been killed since Syria’s conflict began in March 2011, and half of the country’s population has been displaced by the war. AFP PHOTO / ABD DOUMANY (Photo credit should read ABD DOUMANY/AFP/Getty Images)
Men have had their opportunity to run things and we know what they’ve done. If women ran things, would the results be the same?
While I can’t answer questions like this easily I can say that women are the center of my universe. They run the places I work and I don’t mind. They at least “keep the trains running on time”.
“Why Women Won the Nobel Prize,” was an Institute of Politics panel discussion featuring, (from left) Samira Hamidi Director, Afghan Womenís Network, Afghanistan; Mossarat Qadeem, Founder and Exec. Director, PAIMAN Alumni Trust, Pakistan; Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Orit Adato Founder & Managing Director, Adato Consulting Ltd, Israel; Zaynab El Sawi, Coordinator, Sudanese Women Empowerment for Peace; and Rebecca Joshua Okwaci, Dep. Minister for General Education & Instruction, South Sudan. Rose Lincoln/ Harvard Staff Photographer
Women make the “Rabia sign” during a rally on August 25, 2013 in Istanbul to support ousted Egyptian president Morsi and protest against killings in Syria and Egypt. The “Rabia sign” has become a symbol to remember the massacre in Egypt at the Rabaa al-Adawiya Square where the anti-coup protests took place. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC (Photo credit should read BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)
Some guys cannot accept the idea of working for women but what about the alternative? Lets celebrate the achievements of women for a change.
This entry was posted in leadership
and tagged leadership
. Bookmark the permalink