8 March 2022Influential Women in IPMuireann Bolger

International Women’s Day: ‘Break the bias’

Bias occurs when we unconsciously form social stereotypes about certain groups of people and make judgements or decisions about them on the basis of our own deep-seated thought patterns, assumptions or interpretations. According to a 2020 United Nations report, almost 90% of men and women hold some sort of bias against women.

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