Sheryl Sandberg calls for policy changes to raise women’s pay. (The Guardian)

How not to advocate for a woman at work. (Harvard Business Review)

Women not on board when companies go public. (Bloomberg)

Being a working mother is not bad for your children. (The Conversation)

How to cope with a coworker who interrupts. (Bloomberg)

Marrying your victim doesn’t get you off a rape charge. New law in Tunisia. (Middle East Eye)

Turkish women march for the right to dress as they choose. (Reuters)

The dos and don’ts of pregnancy are deeply flawed around the world. (Quartz)

Women are bargaining chips in South Sudan customary courts. (Al Jazeera)

The last woman leader standing in Latin America. (New York Times)

The top roles women have never had. (BBC)

Chart of the week: What women want vs where companies focus their diversity efforts
Almost two-thirds of women see retention and advancement as gender equity hurdles. Yet these receive the least share of diversity effort.
Source: What's working to drive gender equity? Boston Consulting Group

Quote of the week
“It’s important for women to understand that this gap in opportunities is not a personal issue, it’s a structural issue, and you need to make changes at a structural level. For that you need to show force, and so creating networks will help a lot. Also, try to bring aboard a lot of men who can really understand the importance of a better world for both women and men.”

Michelle Bachelet
President of Chile
‘Life’s work’, Harvard Business Review