The WTO must ensure trade policies help women disproportionally affected by COVID-19. Creating opportunities for women can aid global economic recovery.
The BRITS will introduce gender neutral awards for local and international artists from next year according to organizers.
Research shows that women are more likely than men to internalize negative feedback.
Economic pessimism among the youth is more likely in high-income countries, compared with middle- and low-income ones, the Changing Childhood Project showed.
More than 125 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, over 75% of those people are women and children, emphasizing the need for their help.
Harry Potter actor Emma Watson hid books on climate activism around Glasgow during COP26 - we’ve highlighted six of her inspiring reads.
Research by Young Lives shows that without urgent action, climate change will make it increasingly difficult for girls to achieve a quality education.
Women are more team-oriented than men in the workplace. Research shows that women are inclined to be more competitive when potential winnings can be shared.
Research shows that the gender gap in education is changing, with young women currently more likely to be enrolled in college than young men.
The Conversation asked experts from around the world for their reaction to the outcomes of this year’s UN climate summit, COP26.
A growing number of female artists, investors, and collectors from around the world are embracing cryptocurrency and NFTs, and bridging the gender gap.
Aviva's CEO Amanda Blanc has called on multilaterals to increase their female leaders to help alleviate the financial impact of climate change on women.
The Women in the Workplace 2021 report by McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org finds the extra work women are doing during COVID-19 is being overlooked.
Women continue to be disproportionately affected by the pandemic. With the right investment and rebalancing of care we can build an inclusive recovery.
A World Bank report has shown that economic growth is not sustainable unless renewable natural capital and human capital are given the same importance.