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5 Tips to Make Working from Home Work for You by Eleanor Gall for Girls' Globe

5 Tips to Make Working from Home Work for You

At Girls’ Globe, we work remotely from different cities, countries and time zones. As more and more people across the world are being encouraged – or required – to work from home, we thought we would share some of the things we’ve learned along the way. We hope these tips can help you to stay healthy, happy and able to do your best work amidst great uncertainty and change.

Why Becoming a Mother can be Good for your Career

Becoming a Mother can be Good for Your Career

Regardless of whether you are working from home, working for a company, have your own business or work in academia, being a mother can bring value to your career.

Sustaining Breastfeeding When Working

Advancements such as improved legislation on parental leave and nursing care, allocation of nursing rooms, breastfeeding breaks and institutional mechanisms for redressing grievances in the workplace are recognising breastfeeding as a woman’s right, but there remains a lot of ground to cover.

Feminism and Motherhood in the Nordic Countries

This week, Girls’ Globe is highlighting examples of Nordic feminism. The Nordics – Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Iceland – are often thought to represent the model for gender equality in terms of education, health care, political and civic participation, and equality in the workforce

The content on Girls’ Globe is created by our members – activists, advocates and experts on gender equality, human rights and social justice from around the world. 

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