Empowering women and girls represents the single biggest opportunity for human development and economic growth, so why are we not making more progress on gender equality?
What's behind the world’s glacial progress towards gender parity?
Despite recent gains, large gender gaps persist in all kinds of work. How can we change this?
We asked 6 global leaders: how can we smash the glass ceiling?
Research looks at professional chess to explore male dominated environments and the impact this has on women.
Women are disproportionately threatened by automation and changing nature of work. But we can arm them against an uncertain future, writes ManpowerGroup's Mara Swan.
Three quarters of the world’s population cannot prove they own the land on which they live or work. This has a devastating effect on women, and this must change.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news - the new US congress is the most diverse ever and less than 20% of STEM workers are women.
New research suggests that women are better doctors than their male counterparts.
Despite the phenomenal rise in computing over the last 50 years, women are still not engaging with computer science at the same rate as men.
The world of work is changing, but education and training systems are not keeping pace. A new report charts how to prepare for the opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution.
Also this week in gender equality news - female CEOs by industry and why Polish doctors are hiding pregnancy risks.
Mallory Montgomery looks at findings that suggest women around the world are happier than men, but suggests this might not be the case.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news - online harassment and top 20 women entrepreneurs to watch in 2017.
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news - optimistic women are less likely to die prematurely of cancer and the first Canadian woman to appear on the country's $10 bill.