More generous maternity provisions could help young mothers be more productive.
A look at the Icelandic response to the economic crash of 2008 - and the role of women.
New research looks at the impact of having children on earnings, highlighting that even in a country like Denmark with generous paid leave, the effect is still significant - on women.
Bermuda has reversed its decision last year to allow same-sex couples to marry.
A look at the suffragette movement in the UK, and how British women got the right to vote.
Essential tales that convey the larger history of black Americans in literature, selected by Penguin Random House.
Saudi Arabia posted 140 job listings for women at airports and border crossings. The Saudi General Directorate of Passports said it received 107,000 applications from women in just one week.
Justice for Her is a new scheme being introduced in India to help police officers and lawyers effectively deal with crimes against women.
This infographic is focused on gender diversity, and shows that companies with more women in senior roles are making better decisions and ultimately higher profits.
Oxford University has added 15 extra minutes to maths and computer science exams.
From Sundar Pichai to Erna Solberg and Steven Pinker, here's what global leaders have on their bookshelves.
Despite the headlines, progress on women's equality is glacial. It's time CEOs led from the front, showed relentless commitment – and got male employees on board.
The education of young men on the subject of women’s rights is a crucial step to ending gender inequality, Malala Yousafzai said during a session in Davos.
The global economy stands out for its complexity, uncertainty and the pace of technological change. Keeping abreast requires extraordinary understanding and agility. Both can be enhanced,...
Empowering women to participate equally in the global economy could add $28 trillion in GDP growth by 2025.