Gerry Finnegan

Gerry Finnegan

Belfast, Northern Ireland / I have a particular interest in pictures that relate to gender equality and women in business, women's entrepreneurship development, economic empowerment of wom
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Ibis manchester centre princess street is a budget hotel. Book the hotel for a location less than 1 km from the city centre, close to the shopping and nightlife of central Manchester. Each of the hotel's 126 contemporary guest rooms comes with free wireless internet access and satellite TV. The café has hot and cold snacks 24 hours a day, and the friendly bar has a wide range of drinks. Manchester Oxford Road train station is 500m from the hotel.

Ibis manchester centre princess street is a budget hotel. Book the hotel for a location less than 1 km from the city centre, close to the shopping and nightlife of central Manchester. Each of the hotel's 126 contemporary guest rooms comes with free wireless internet access and satellite TV. The café has hot and cold snacks 24 hours a day, and the friendly bar has a wide range of drinks. Manchester Oxford Road train station is 500m from the hotel.

World Economic Forum Young African Global Leaders of 2013

World Economic Forum Young African Global Leaders of 2013

#Africa, #Women Leaders - South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs and incoming chair of the African Union (#AU) Commission Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (L) poses for a photograph with Malawi President Joyce Banda in Pretoria, July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Unati Ngamntwini/Government Communications and Information Systems

#Africa, #Women Leaders - South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs and incoming chair of the African Union (#AU) Commission Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (L) poses for a photograph with Malawi President Joyce Banda in Pretoria, July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Unati Ngamntwini/Government Communications and Information Systems

Joyce Banda became Malawi's first female president in April 2012 and is on Forbes' list of the world's 100 most powerful women. See who else made the list. (via Forbes)

Malawi Joyce Banda became Malawi's first female president in April 2012 and is on Forbes' list of the world's 100 most powerful women. (via Forbes)

Kah Walla, entrepreneur, political leader, and activist is recognized internationally for her expertise in management, and for her commitment to Africa, its development, its women and its youth. She will be will be speaking at the Vital Voices "When Women Lead Africa: A Roundtable Discussion" May 21st 5:30pm in Washington, DC. Join us! ow.ly/b31qA

Kah Walla, entrepreneur, political leader, and activist is recognized internationally for her expertise in management, and for her commitment to Africa, its development, its women and its youth. She will be will be speaking at the Vital Voices "When Women Lead Africa: A Roundtable Discussion" May 21st 5:30pm in Washington, DC. Join us! ow.ly/b31qA

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, how are has women in leadership changed Africa?

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday vowed to crack down on those responsible for a rise in ritual killings in the West African country as it seeks to emerge from the shadow of an Ebola epidemic.

Top Women - Top Empowered Women In South Africa

Top Women - Top Empowered Women In South Africa