Highlights International Women’s Day 2017 contributions

3 April 2017 by Vincent Huck

To celebrate International Women’s Day, progress made and the road ahead, International Accounting Bulletin opened its pages throughout the month of March to female professionals from across the globe. All contributions are accessible online, but here we publish some highglights. Compiled by Vincent Huck


International Women's Day 2017 contributions:

The three interviews

Creating a powerful sharing economy for women in business

Advancement of women to senior business positions moving too slowly – what we must do to change this

Change comes from the top

More effort needed if we want to close the gender gap

The key to ensuring that women are appointed to executive roles rests with society as a whole

Professional Women Today

Savvy firms support the needs of women

“Educating a girl will educate a family and empowering women will empower the nation”

Making KPMG ‘Bold for change’

The long journey

On the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals

Start of the focused struggle

What not to wear as a Woman!

Recognising the value of female capital through a European best practices platform

The plight of the African woman

Women as Relationship-Builders: Access Their Influence

Women should go and seek what is rightfully theirs

It is a beautiful job for a woman

Women need to make their voice heard in fighting double standards

Female role models are empowering young women in the workplace

#BeMore and the myth of having it all

Bio Marielo de Rueda

Bio Vimala Devi

Harmony in the Working Environment

Gender diversity in the European accountancy profession

Diversity as a competitive advantage

The Business Case for SKY

Gender Gap in Thailand

Business development for busy working mothers

Numbering the days of the glass ceiling in accounting

Accountancy profession still responding to needs of women and millennials

Women in Leadership: Why intentionality spurs progress

Women Empowerment in the Philippines

Meaningful connections, lasting change

To quit or not to quit

Time to take more drastic action to encourage women to the top

The West can learn from Zimbabwe when it comes to the gender pay gap

Women in Public Finance tackling the gender divide

Editor's letter: When we won’t need to celebrate women’s day