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Women and entrepreneurship: More power to you

Oecd Observer, 30 January 2012

Discrimination against women hurts everyone. As, Founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women Cherie Blair explains, women entrepreneurs are an economic resource that economies, rich and poor alike, can ill afford to overlook.

Davos: if women are the future, where are they?

The Guardian, 27 January 2012

Despite a quota system to boost female participitation, the gender imbalance is still heavily skewed towards men

MEP Hosts National Council on US Arab Relations Conference with Cherie Blair

PRWeb, 25 January 2012

Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) coordinated with the National Council on US-Arab Relations (NCUSAR) to host “Afternoon Tea and a Conversation with Mrs. Cherie Blair” yesterday at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. The event was attended by representatives from government, academia, non-profit groups, industry, and several foreign nations, including the ambassadors from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Libya, and Tunisia.

Cherie's Remarks at the Inaugural Meeting of the International Council on Women's Business Leadership

U.S. Department of State, Ben Franklin Room, 24 January 2012

Cherie Blair, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women

Inaugural Meeting of the International Council on Women's Business Leadership

U.S. Department of State, Ben Franklin Room, 24 January 2012

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

Where are all the women in Davos?

The Guardian, 25 January 2012

A year after organisers introduced a quota, more than 80% of those gathered at a meeting for the global power elite are men. Will it ever change?

Davos: big questions from top delegates to the World Economic Forum

The Guardian, 24 January 2012

As the annual gathering opens Cherie Blair joins others in mapping out the tough challenges ahead for global wellbeing