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Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the first woman and first African to lead the World Trade Organization. Economist Dr Monica Orisadare discusses her achievement.
Addressing gender stereotypes for our children includes being aware of gendered marketing, disrupting stereotypes at home, using gender-neutral language.
It is asking employees who post reviews to disclose their demographic information so future job seekers can see how people like them experience working for a potential employer.
Girls are currently at risk due to issues such as domestic violence, with UNESCO predicting that 11 million will not be returning to school post-pandemic.
Research has shown that period poverty is causing young people to miss school, with Jacinda Ardern's government hoping the scheme will tackle the issue.
To mark UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, here are some of the women making a big impact in the fight against coronavirus around the globe.
A study on the Mosuo women, who are an isolated ethnic group in China, suggests that women are happier and healthier when living in a matriarchal society.
U.N. Women's Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka has called for more women in leadership roles to help the COVID-19 recovery. 119 nations have never had a woman leader.
According to the International Labor Organization, Jordan has the highest percentage of female managers, but only five countries have reached gender parity.
Global research has found women do not have an adequate platform to speak out on COVID-19 related issues and are more affected financially by the pandemic.
Common metrics, which take account of gender and race, will stimulate global efforts necessary for an inclusive and equitable form of capitalism to thrive.
A Pew Research Center study of the U.S. found fathers are more satisfied with the amount of time they spend with children, but men and women's views differ on who does the most chores.
New research into the persistent finance gap between male- and female-led start-ups reveals that accelerators don't necessarily help overcome that bias
With nearly 1 billion women worldwide with no access to financial services, the race is on to make sure they have digital IDs and to consult them about their needs.
Indie Mellink wants to tackle the issue of gender inequality in card games by creating an alternative deck of her own without kings, queens or jacks.