Feminist parties are making a comeback in Europe. But why? New LiisBeth contributor Annika Anderson flew to Sweden to find out. read more
Does a multi-product and -service small enterprise set up as a for-profit collective work? “Yes!” says Michelle Battista.
“You put yourself out in front and say, “I would like to represent you and here’s what I stand for.” –Mary Ng
“At a moment in which community is forged increasingly online, we believe in the power of meeting face to face. We keep our events deliberately small to create an environment of active connection rather than passive consumption.” –Rachel Hills, founder of Powerbitches
The Women in Technology venture fund administered by the Business Development Bank of Canada is betting that bigger is better -and that just one woman equals change. But does it?
Lorna Mutegyeki’s clothing designs are bold, unique, and stunning. And she insists on treating her employees with the respect they deserve.
“Today [International Trans Day of Visibility] is a beautiful day–something that means more and more to me as I have become less visible as a trans-guy”-T. Thomason
The new $645M Canadian government news media fund mostly bails out crumbling traditional media and fails to advance diversity. Despite facts that start up companies rushing in to fill the gap are largely founded by men–and white people. Is this going to help us build a more inclusive democracy?
Is the #girlboss or #movethedial movement radical enough if what we want is an #SDG defined better world by 2030?
Amanda Laird may have felt cursed on her journey into entrepreneurism—until she took on “the curse” itself.