"The goal of this report is to support the council in establishing a knowledge base about women business owners', leaders', and entrepreneurs' access to capital.....exploring major issues and developments affecting women entrepreneurs..."
Women Entrepreneurs: An Economic Growth Engine for America: Hearing
"Women are particularly and uniquely affected by conflict. Women and girls are the most vulnerable when conflicts erupt, and they are often targeted with violence....When women are able to meaningfully participate in peace negotiations and processes, there is a higher likelihood of lasting stability."
From the first federal Congress in 1789 to Jeannette Rankin's election in 1916 to Congress as a representative of Montana, 7,000 members had served in Congress; all of them were men." Explore the history of the women who have since served in the United States Congress by examining this publication.
"Women involved in peacebuilding around the world often draw inspiration and support from religious sources and organizations...." This report looks at the result of a symposium held in July 2010 with the US Institutes of Peace, the World Faiths Development Dialogue and Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs.
Launching Women-Owned Businesses on to a High Growth Trajectory
"During WWII, women filled thousands of jobs across the country that were historically filled by men in order to allow more men to go off to war....As a result, the female percentage of the US workforce increased from 27% to nearly 37% between 1940 and 1945..." This bill, HR 3531 "would authorize the Women Who Worked on the Home Front Foundation to establish a commemorative work on federal land in the DC area and its environs..."