H&M is the posterchild of sustainable fashion. In reality, it refuses to provide living wages to 850,000 workers around the world.
The ad hoc measures to cleanse their environment may look meritorious in their annual progressive reports, but how do they plan to address patriarchy and glass ceiling in the corporate sectors?
Many tech giants took a step forward to remove the gender gap in their organisations and have introduced programs for women in STEM.
Many companies need to unlearn old habits as they introduce new initiatives to prioritise diversity and inclusion at the workplace.
To tackle at least part of the issues raised by the #MeToo movement, the Domestic Workers Union has been demanding the presence of an ICC in apartment blocks.
HR professionals need to be empowered as well as sensitised to create systems that work irrespective of designation of the accused.
The systematic exclusion of women from the armed forces has been fraught with preconceived notions of the female body and feminine emotionality.
Women journalists are sharing their stories of harassment in the field of media, perpetrated by powerful, predatory men.
The dark side of fast fashion consists of cheap labour and inhuman working conditions; most often that of women.
By promoting female leadership, organisations propel themselves into understanding the new reality and engage with it.