Fifteen American companies operating in the UAE have pledged to put women in 30 percent of their local leadership positions by 2025.
A strong economy, generating new jobs, protecting the environment, legal reform and the future of education are the focus of a new UAE 10-year plan, We The UAE 2031, launched last week.
Statistics about women at work in Bahrain to celebrate Bahraini Women's Day.
The COO of AD Ports Group's Kezad on a busy two years in which she took on her new job and a trustee board seat.
Women must fill one-third of all EU board director posts or at least 40 percent of non-executive director posts under a new EU-wide directive.
If you're starting to put together your business DEI plan, you need to set a baseline first, says Diana Wilde.
Becoming an ally to women and other marginalised colleagues - your individual role in workplace diversity and inclusion.
Aurora50 in the media
Aurora50’s Diana Wilde commented in a feature in Bahrain This Month for Bahraini Women’s Day, looking at achievements for women at work in Bahrain.
Diana Wilde tells the Business Breakfast that some 59% of listed UAE companies now have a woman on board, showing that the quota is "working well".
Diana Wilde, co-founder of Aurora50, talks to Business Breakfast's Richard Dean, as seen on Dubai One, about the number of women in UAE boardrooms doubling and the issue of 'over-boarding'.
The UAE’s continued efforts to improve gender diversity in the boardroom have led to more women holding board positions this year (8.9 per cent), up from 3.5 per cent in 2020, according to research undertaken by Aurora50 and Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, writes Gulf Business.
Aurora50's press releases
Research undertaken reveals that 6.7% of board seats in the UAE are now held by women, up from 3.5% in 2020. The first-of-its-kind report, sponsored by ADNOC, highlights key strategies for aspiring women to reach independent board positions in just a decade, curated from research with current regional women board directors.