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“Women bring a different viewpoint and sometimes different solutions and we don’t have enough women in the high echelons of the security establishment.”
Study finds women afraid to make financial demands, be the primary breadwinners in their house.
For the first time, Tel Aviv ranked among the top 50 cities in the annual Dell Women Entrepreneurship Cities index, released on Monday.
The victim's husband was taken for questioning after he assaulted police who arrived on the scene.
By ALON HOCHMON
EMET Prize laureates Michal Rovner and Hanna Herzog describe the powerful impact their work has on how we see the world.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Weissman, who is currently serving in the IDF, bested her personal best of 11.48 seconds, which she ran just two weeks ago.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Prof. Aliza Shenhar discusses the challenges facing women’s rights in Israel and how a philanthropic effort led by the Genesis Prize Foundation can help.
By NOA AMOUYAL
“Last year there were no female winners, so I called on women, through the media, to apply for the prize,” Ilana Ashkenazi, director of the EMET Prize organization, said.
By BARRY DAVIS
Women will finally get their shot at being Knesset rabbi.
By JEREMY SHARON
WIZO’s first-ever Glass Ceiling Index gathered data from government sources, research institutes and academic studies regarding women’s achievements and gender inequalities across a number of fields.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Newly disclosed letter written by first prime minister two months before establishment of state calls it ‘privilege and duty’ to name female ministers.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Yehudit and Yehuda Bronicki, the founders of Ormat Technologies, are to receive the Israel Prize in Industry.
The soldiers are part of a pilot program by the IDF to integrate women into the corps.
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