Unconscious gender bias is more prevalent than we first thought.
Kate Bahn on why women and some minorities are under-represented in small business.
New research explores the causes of falling female labour force participation in the US.
Also this week in gender equality news - the first woman to lead NASDAQ and Japan's failing efforts to make it easier for women to work.
We are in danger of slipping backwards on gender participation in the workforce unless we adapt our childcare infrastructure to the demands of the new world of work, writes Rachel Carrell.
New research offers an insight into why so many women who study engineering leave the profession.
Professor Joe Herbert examines the role of social conditioning in creating gender differences.
Google’s Art & Culture platform is highlighting the “unheard stories” of Indian women via a new series of virtual exhibitions.
One in three women has experienced some form of sexual or physical violence. These creative initiatives want to put a stop to that.
Margaret H. Hamilton, who led the development of on-board flight software for NASA's Apollo moon missions, has been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Evaluating the impact of female leaders across the globe and their decision making.
This week in gender equality news - why the effects of austerity hit women harder than men and why equal pay and gender balance in the workplace isn't just a "nice to have".
As the world enters a new era, responsive leaders must renew their commitment to gender equality to secure economic benefits.
This week's best stories about how the gender gap plays out around the world – in business, health, education and politics.
A new study suggests that the prevalence of infectious diseases may have played a big role in boosting gender equality.