Another 18 private-sector companies have signed the UAE Gender Balance Council's SDG 5 pledge to put women in 30% of senior roles by 2025.
15 American companies operating in the UAE have pledged to put women in 30 percent of their local leadership positions by 2025.
Hashtag #betterplacesforpeople, used by the Emirates Green Building Council’s annual congress Path to Net Zero 2050 (at which Aurora50 spoke), is as appropriate for diversity and inclusion (DEI) as it is for sustainable spaces.
Aurora50's co-founder, Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, tells Pathway20's ESG workshop that sustainability leads to a 'more resilient future'.
The women of Ras Al Khaimah have a new venue to network in the RAK Women's Empowerment Conference - and are being advised to become skilled networkers.
The Aviram Awards - Tech for Humanity - gave away $650,000 in its inaugural awards, which Aurora50's Diana Wilde helped judge. She talks about the funding issue for women-led start-ups and how it relates to boards.
Becoming an ally to women and other marginalised colleagues - your individual role in workplace diversity and inclusion.
As COP 27 convenes, we look at the UN's 17 sustainable development goals, and how the UAE is aligned.
Statistics to take to your executive or board to help you persuade your business DEI training is worthwhile.
As the UAE celebrates Emirati Women’s Day, we highlight 10 women to know on the UAE's listed boards, including several chairs.
The National: Listed UAE companies more than double number of female board members in diversity push
The number of women in board positions rose to 77 seats in 2022, from 29 seats in 2020, The National reported, quoting Aurora50 research report Non-executive Board Careers in the UAE: A Path to Gender Balance.
The number of women holding board seats in UAE listed firms has more than doubled over in two years, Gulf News reports, quoting Aurora50's research report Non-executive Board Careers in the UAE: A Path to Gender Balance.
Al Arabiya reports that the UAE’s continued efforts to improve gender diversity in the boardroom have led to more women holding board positions this year (8.9 percent), up from 3.5 percent in 2020, according to research undertaken by Aurora50 and Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG).
Aurora50 co-founder Diana Wilde speaks to Israel Hayom about start-ups, female founders, getting women on boards and success in the Middle East.
Press release: Central Bank of the UAE and Aurora50 partner to enhance female representation on boards of UAE companies
Abu Dhabi, UAE — 13 March 2021: The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with …
Press release: Aurora50 convenes high-level steering committee with leading government and private-sector organisations to driving board-level gender balance
23 November 2020; Abu Dhabi: Senior representatives of several leading organisations have agreed to collaborate with Aurora50 to shape and advance board-level …