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2017.01.13
Empowering refugee women and girls
2017.01.13
Orange the World in 16 Days
This year(2016), UN Women and partners around the world marked the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November – 10 December) under the theme of ‘Orange the World: Raise Money to End Violence against Women and Girls’. A host of public e
2016.12.26
These Blind Spots Prevent Gender Equality In The Workplace
A new survey reveals a crucial gap in men's and women's perceptions of gender equality in their own workplaces.
2016.12.20
The evidence is in: mobile money can help close the gender gap
2016.12.12
Better Together: Female Farmers in Northern DRC Team Up to Improve Productivity
2016.12.12
Malawian Girls Confront Country’s Financial Gap Through Literacy
2016.12.08
The 'boys are better at math' mindset creates gender gap in sciences
2016.11.08
Invisible girls: can data help fight gender inequality?
When does a child stop being a child and become a girl or a boy? A difficult question which can have serious consequences for children, according to a new report by Plan International, which has been gathering data and analyzing statistics on young adult
2016.10.31
U.N. appoints Wonder Woman as honorary ambassador amid outcry
2016.10.31
Why Iceland is the best place in the world to be a woman
Since 1975, the Nordic country has blazed the trail in gender equality and now, from infancy to maternity, women and girls enjoy a progressive lifestyle. But how did they achieve it?
2016.10.31
In Response To Gender Wage Gap, Women In Iceland Leaving Work Today At 14:38
2016.10.19
Trump's 'locker room talk' stirs real talk about sexual violence
Donald Trump's lewd comments prompt conversations about rape culture/ Floodgates open after Kelly Oxford invites followers to share stories of sexual assault/ National Sexual Assault Hotline saw 33% spike in calls over weekend
2016.10.14
World Bank Launches Global Task Force to Tackle Gender-Based Violence
2016.10.06
When the World Bank Bulldozed Her Community, She Fought Back
2016.10.06
A proper reckoning
Feminist economics deserves recognition as a distinct branch of the discipline
2016.09.22
Maria da Penha: The woman who changed Brazil's domestic violence laws
In September 2006, Brazil introduced ground-breaking legislation on domestic violence. It was called the Maria da Penha Law after a women's rights activist who was left paraplegic by her violent husband. Here, she tells her remarkable story.
2016.09.12
Why male-dominated workplaces hold women back
2016.09.05
In Orlando, A 'Modest Fashion' Boutique For Hijabi Women
2016.08.25
Sexual harassment routine in Australian police: report
Some police workers felt that if they reported harassment it would hurt their careers, while others said complaints could take too long to resolve
2016.08.24
Rajya Sabha passes Bill to raise maternity leave to 26 weeks
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