Women have been left out of history books. To set the record straight, a new app uses augmented reality to “add” the missing women into school textbooks in California.
The couple's foundation plans to launch a project to monitor trials and create an index to track which countries use courtrooms to oppress minorities and government critics
Astronauts Christina Koch and Ann McClain will walk outside the International Space Station as members of Expedition 59 - currently planned for March 29.
The way women are portrayed in films is changing - but what about in fiction?
More than 137,700 girls missed school in 2017 due to "period poverty"
Berlin's BVG transit authority will be offering women a discount of up to 21% on their fares, to highlight the country's gender gap.
"Overall, gender budgeting can make a real difference in people’s lives."
Meet 2019's Young Global Leaders and find out why we’re living in the Asian century.
On average, women get diagnoses later in their lives than men when they contract a disease, a new study in Denmark suggests.
After decades of holding out against the feminization of job titles, the guardians of the French language have made an historic U-turn.
How can we create a world where differences are respected and honoured to the extent that they really don’t matter? We may need to stop dividing our efforts, writes Beth Bovis.
We need to build educational and business environments for the future in which women can thrive and fulfil their potential. Monitoring, measurement and analysis can help us get there.
Denmark, Sweden, France and Portugal were the next best-performing countries in the OECD's Social Institutions and Gender Index.
African American women writers throughout the 20th century touched on many topics which were controversial and sensitive at the time.
Excluding women from peace processes has serious repercussions for women’s rights post-conflict, especially in Afghanistan, where women’s rights remain precarious, argues this SIPRI report