Sanna Marin is the new prime minister of Finland, and will lead a five-party coalition.
Thousands of people across India – largely poor, rural women and children – are lured to cities each year by traffickers who promise good jobs, but sell them into modern day slavery.
The majority of school-age boys and girls are doing less than the recommended one hour of physical activity per day, finds the World Health Organization.
Planting mangrove trees on the shores of Vietnam is helping protect against global warming – and also sowing the seeds of female empowerment.
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the women’s movement around the world, or just interested in good storytelling, our list has you covered.
21 percent of registered marriages of 2017 in the Gaza Strip involved girls under 18 years of age. So far, the ambassadors have prevented early marriages in 50 families and counting.
Every day more than 800 women die from preventable causes during pregnancy and childbirth. But these needless deaths could ended by 2030, for the cost of 46 military aircraft.
With men increasingly pushing for better work-life balance, allowing new fathers pre-planned time off doesn't just make sense for them – it benefits business, too.
The top three economic frameworks in most urgent need of a 4IR overhaul include income generation, labour force participation and GDP measures.
Iceland was named as the most tolerant country towards LGBT+ people, while Tajikistan was in last place.
They each defended “idealism” – the idea that consciousness composes, or somehow pervades, the universe we live in.
Cities on a digital path to a greener future risk excluding the poor, elderly and disabled - and women need a bigger voice as well.
“There is almost no difference between these trans- and cisgender kids of the same gender identity—both in how, and the extent to which, they identify with their gender or express that ge...
A new study shows that in both countries attitudes have changed in the last year.
Research looks at the 'leaky pipeline’ in European economies - the attrition rate between junior and senior ranks.