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When Rachel Weisz was asked in 2012, a year after marrying Daniel Craig, if the couple would have a child, she replied: “Never say never.” On Friday, she had some unexpected news to announce. “Daniel and I are so happy. We're going to have a little human. We can't wait to meet him or her. It's all such ...
“How can we make sure that the things we're looking at here are not just beautiful to look at but beautiful at source?” asked human rights lawyer Cherie Blair. This was the question explored by a group of ambassadors and experts at a panel discussion hosted by BoF, in partnership with Chopard, at the ...

How can the jewellery industry engage with the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals? BoF hosted a panel discussion in partnership with Chopard to investigate, featuring Cherie Blair, the UN's Lene Wendland and Phillipe Fornier, general secretary of the Swiss Better Gold Association, among other ...
The idea of the aggressive male has to be challenged. — Cherie Blair, Founder, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. 1/7. BCCL. Smashing Stereotypes. If we want to free up time for women to be more active in the work force, that means a changed role for men as well. They need to take more responsibility ...
MUMBAI: Every woman has the power to make a difference, regardless of her sector or sphere of influence, Cherie Blair, lawyer and founder of Cherie Blair Foundation for ... Established in 2008, the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women has supported over 140,000 women from more than 100 countries.

MUMBAI: Cherie Blair, founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has proposed that to unleash women's power in India, each woman should “be the change”, support other women, think and act inclusively, and enlist male allies. “Whether they are ...
India should make concerted efforts to draw its "amazing" women into the mainstream if it wants to realise its full potential, British lawyer and human rights campaigner Cherie Blair has said. India, she said, ranked below many other nations in the region when it came to women's presence in the job market.

MUMBAI: The whole world knows what will happen when India nurtures and releases her half a billion women to their fullest potential. International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has said GDP will expand by 27% and Cherie Blair believes India will gain more than any other nation when it fully ...
India needs to further improve its ease of doing business ranking as in the next 20 years it is set to become the world's second largest economy, British lawyer and human rights campaigner Cherie Blair today said. India is the only large country in 2017 to have achieved such a significant shift on the back of ...
ET Women's Forum: Gender equality to benefit India most, says Cherie Blair. By. DIVYA RAJAGOPAL. , ET Bureau| ... The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, which she established, has supported more than 140,000 female entrepreneurs in over 100 countries since 2008. The not-for-profit organisation ...
I saw that, with the right support and tools, they could go on to achieve amazing things – not just for themselves, but for their families, communities and economies too. So, in 2008, I established the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women to support women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies ...
So, in 2008, I established the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women to support women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies – precisely because women in these countries face such greater barriers. 3) With regards to the women being accompanied by your mentoring programme, what ...
Cherie Blair is one of the UK's leading human rights lawyers and is chancellor of the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh. She is married to Tony Blair, prime minister of the UK between 1997 and 2007, and she was recently a speaker at the first Yidan Prize Summit, in Hong Kong, where the world's ...
The rising cost of law conversion courses is a major barrier to students from low-income families hoping to join the legal profession, one of the UK's most high-profile lawyers, Cherie Blair, has warned. In an interview with Times Higher Education, the wife of former UK prime minister Tony Blair and a QC ...
He was also a political activist as well as father to Cherie Blair QC and father-in-law to former Prime Minister Tony Blair. But decades before, he was better known to television viewers as "Scouse git" Mike, the long-haired Left-wing son-in-law of Right-wing cockney Alf Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part.


 

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