March 3, 2015, 12:00pm ET - 1:30pm ETThe digital media landscape has changed drastically in the 10 years since ThinkProgress was founded. The prevalence of smartphones has dramatically accelerated the pace of the news cycle. Social media is the new homepage, with more than half of online adults using two or more social media sites. How has this changed the news? How has this changed reporting on the issues that matter most? How have Americans adapted to receiving information? Where will we be in another 10 years?
March 5, 2015, 10:30am ET - 12:00pm ET2015 is a milestone year for the global women’s movement. Twenty years ago, the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women marked the beginning of a new era of activism. With her historic remarks, then-first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton helped galvanize a movement when she boldly declared that “human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights.”
This International Women’s Day, The Center for American Progress and Vital Voices Global Partnership are convening leaders from around the world and here at home to consider the progress we have made since 1995, the unfinished business that remains, and the significant opportunity that 2015 holds.
With the current Millennium Development Goals set to expire, major multilateral agreements are expected this year. This makes 2015 an exceptional opportunity to place bold and concrete actions to empower women and girls front and center.