International News
2017.09.05
India’s new female defense minister faces challenges
2017.09.05
Teen Voices on Women’s Suffrage
2017.09.05
On Women’s Equality Day, We Can’t Take Anything For Granted
2017.08.03
Equal Rights for Women: Lessons from Rwanda
2017.07.07
Meet the Mighty Women of NASA's
2017.06.29
Why Do We Love Watching Female Celebrities Fail?
2017.05.25
Human prejudices sneak into artificial intelligence systems
In debates over the future of artificial intelligence, many experts think of the new systems as coldly logical and objectively rational. But in a new study, researchers have demonstrated how machines can be reflections of us, their creators, in potentiall
2017.04.24
Museum examines the role of women in advertising
2017.04.14
The Economic Woman
Why Hillary Clinton's economic message still matters
2017.03.16
Something is missing from the hedge fund industry
2017.03.16
A $2.5 trillion asset manager just put a statue of a defiant girl in front of the Wall Street bull
2017.03.02
Australian women at work: underpaid, discriminated against and told to be 'more confident'
Research released before International Women’s Day shows senior female managers earn, on average, $93,000 less than their male equivalents
2017.03.02
Everything is awesome for the Women of NASA Lego set
2017.02.13
Women breaking barriers and optimizing opportunities in a digital world
2017.02.03
'Unstereotyped Mindset’ Key to Unlocking Gender Equality in the Workplace: New Unilever Research
60% OF WOMEN AND 49% OF MEN BELIEVE THAT STEREOTYPES PERSONALLY IMPACT THEIR CAREER, LIFE OR BOTH /THREE IN FOUR EXPECT LEADERS TO TAKE ACTION ON GENDER EQUALITY /UNILEVER CEO CALLS ON WORLD LEADERS AND BUSINESSES TO UNSTEREOTYPE THE WORKPLACE
2017.02.03
‘Unconscious bias’ is the term to fight gender inequality, says top JP Morgan executive
The term is powerful because nobody wants to think of themselves as a sexist, says chief marketing officer Kristin Lemkau
2017.02.03
Gender equality is 170 years away. We cannot wait that long
2017.01.26
The pocket money gap – and 10 other ways girls are taught they’re worth less
The £2.20 difference in boys’ and girls’ pocket money clearly shows the message children receive from birth: it’s men who hold the purse strings
2017.01.13
How South Korea stopped its parents aborting girls
For every 100 baby girls born in India, there are 111 baby boys. In China, the ratio is 115 to 100. One other country saw similar rates in 1990, but has since brought its population back into balance. How did South Korea do it? Yvette Tan reports.
2017.01.13
Creating “happy homes” for domestic workers in Asia Pacific
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