With More Women In Leadership Positions, WHO Could Change Perspectives On Global Health

HuffPost: The World Health Organization’s Leadership Team Could Change The Planet’s Approach To Health
“…As has been demonstrated time and again, when women are in leadership positions, they’re bringing a perspective to the table that has previously been missing, and this is particularly important when it comes to public jobs. … In a study conducted by WHO itself in 2009, everything from HIV prevention to domestic abuse has some roots in sexism, reports Time. So it seems that they decided to work from the top down to help fix that…” (Zamon, 10/4).

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