Posts Tagged ‘Gender Balance’

First male principal in 170 years for Wellington school

Thursday, October 1st, 2020
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Andrew Murray is the new principal of St Mary’s College in Thorndon, Wellington. He is the first man appointed to the role in the 170-year history of the Catholic girls’ secondary school. Murray, pictured above with his wife Benita and their daughter Charlotte, will start his new role at St Mary’s at the beginning of Read more

Pope picks six women for ‘all-male’ Vatican posts

Monday, August 10th, 2020

Pope Francis has attempted to right the gender balance in senior Vatican posts, appointing six women to traditionally all-male Vatican roles at the Vatican Council for the Economy. In addition to the women, the only layman named to the council was Alberto Minali, a former executive at Italian insurance companies. Statutes for the Council, which Read more

27 women lining up for elections in Solomons

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Solomon Islands National Council of Women says 27 aspiring women politicians are intending to contest the National Elections later this year. The Council’s Women in Leadership Officer, Casper Faasala, says all of the intending candidates have gone through leadership training and will receive mentoring in the build up to the elections. Solomon Islands is one Read more