German gymnasts decided to take a stand against their sexualisation, donning full-body suits at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
Organizers hope the Tokyo Games will be the 'first gender-balanced Olympic Games in history', but barriers remain, particularly for mothers.
UN women has partnered with relevant organizations to publish 'The Handbook on Gender-responsive Police Services for Women and Girls Subject to Violence.'
Problem framing could yield new solutions to major issues such as climate change and gender inequality. Identifying common framing patterns will help.
Private capital can help female-led or founded companies to survive a global pandemic that has adversely affected women and exacerbated inequalities.
Bangladesh is globally recognized for increasing access to educational opportunities for girls, but most women still can't transition into good jobs.
Women are less likely to benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution due to the ongoing gender gap in science and technology.
Royal Academy of Engineering CEO Hayaatun Sillem says the sector needs more female representation to more closely 'reflect the society it serves'.
More than 200 women sign a letter calling for tech companies to "prioritize the safety of women." A new Forum report offers insights into how to do so.
60 million women across the world work in the fishing industry; yet they are significantly under-represented and face discrimination in this line of work.
COVID-19 forced schools around the world to close, with millions of students never returning. Education systems need support prioritize girls' education.
LGBTQ refugees experience extreme persecution and discrimination. Businesses can make a difference to their lives and gain loyal employees in the process.
Non-profit tool Frauenloop trains women from different ethnic backgrounds to become web developers, data analysts and AI specialists across Germany.
Leading women from this year's group of World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers share their thoughts on overcoming gender bias.
The World Economic Forum is helping CEOs and ministers work together on policies that help to further close the economic gender gaps in their countries.