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Female leadership across global finance has risen in recent years, with research suggesting the positive benefits of such an increase.
These charts show how gender and race impact those working in the tech industry, where more needs to be done to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
The World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap report shows that the time needed to close the global gap has increased over the last year to 136 years.
Joining the global fight to close the gender gap, Panama is introducing measures aiming to bolster and support women's participation in the labour force.
An innovative childcare project in Burkina Faso is enabling poorer mothers to go to work, while their children are cared for nearby. The effect has been life-changing.
Women's inclusion in the waste sector needs to go all the way up to policy level to enable a plastic waste management sector that reflects gender parity.
While progress on reaching gender parity has slowed in the pandemic, the Global Gender Gap Report 2021 reveals some areas of improvement and a few surprises.
The 2021 Global Gender Gap Report shows an alarming reversal in progress towards gender equality.
Taking the temperature of diversity has never been more important, and this year’s Global Gender Gap Report has takeaways for everyone.
Measuring how women are experiencing the pandemic will be vital in getting us back on track to addressing the gender-based inequities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic.
The Global Gender Gap report 2021 highlights occupational segregation and career progression as the two main factors holding back gender parity when it comes to jobs.
Global Gender Gap Report 2021: Diversity, equity and inclusion need to be key pillars of plans for recovery.
Despite granting women the vote only 50 years ago, Switzerland features in the top 10 rankings of the Global Gender Gap for the first time this year.
The Japanese government's recent equality roadmap will encourage changes for women at boardroom level. This is good news for the gender gap, but there is still some way to go.
A study in Canada found new pressures are particularly affecting mothers, who have reported higher rates of anxiety and depression during the pandemic.