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The Rise of Female Leaders in the United Kingdom by Naz Smyth

 The business world has traditionally been led by men. Women have been pushed to the backburner because they are seen as too “nice”, and they cannot do the dirty deeds necessary to run a business. A good CEO needs to be ruthless, smart, and decisive. Women have been seen as weak, soft, and too forgiving. So, the business world has always filled these leadership roles with men, until now. Just a few decades ago, women were not seen in the boardroom. They were home in the kitchen, cooking and waiting for their husbands to come home. However, the rise of females in power has led to women occupying around 25% of the FTSE boardrooms (We Are The City), a dramatic change from just 50 years [...]

June 3rd, 2017|Categories: None|Tags: , , |

Naz Smyth: Divorce and British courts

Mrs Naz Smyth who came to Britain in 1969 when she was 19, told the judges that the money was a ”divorce settlement.” The equal rights fight for women is far from over. In United Kingdom, while most believe that the battle for feminism is over, the truth is far from that belief when UK courts treat women unfairly. Below is a story by Naz Smyth showing that in 2017 women are still experiencing gender inequality in the justice system in British High Courts. This is the story of Tini Owens, 65, who’s been attempting to seek a divorce from her husband but was overruled in court. Mrs. Owens claimed to have been “desperately unhappy” in her marriage. She claimed that she felt unloved by [...]

May 2nd, 2017|Categories: blog|Tags: , , , |

Naz Smyth UK Courts

The equal rights fight for women is far from over. In United Kingdom, while most believe that the battle for feminism is over, the truth is far from that belief when UK courts treat women unfairly. Below is a story by Naz Smyth showing that in 2017 women are still experiencing gender inequality in the justice system in British High Courts. This is the story of Tini Owens, 65, who’s been attempting to seek a divorce from her husband but was overruled in court. Mrs. Owens claimed to have been “desperately unhappy” in her marriage. She claimed that she felt unloved by the man she had been married to for 39 years, that he was insensitive to her in his manner and tone, and that [...]

May 2nd, 2017|Categories: blog|Tags: , |