Among adults 25 and older who have no education beyond high school, more women have left the labor force than men. The gender pay gap has remained steady.
Bridging the gap in STEM jobs can be tackled by boosting the number of female patent holders. Here's one company's lesson's learned.
Analysis of 1 million doctoral dissertations shows an entrenched bias against 'feminized' research topics, even when not explicitly about women or gender.
Here's what inequality looks like in 2022. The gap between rich and poor has widened during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is what governments can do, according to Oxfam’s latest inequality ...
What emerged as a pivotal issue on Gender Day from last year's COP26 in Glasgow was the need to give voice to disadvantaged women in the climate conversation.
As per a gender pay gap report, male physicians in the US earn over $2 million more than their female counterparts over a 40-year career.
Diverse boardrooms are key to upholding the values of stakeholder holder capitalism which aims to serve the interests of society and protect the planet.
150 female migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East told researchers about the violence they face at home and on the journey to another country.
With the digital economy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are vital to pandemic recovery, it's critical that more women, particularly those in Asia, can participate.
Governments, companies and investors must do more to reverse the blow dealt to gender equality by the COVID-19 pandemic, experts have argued.
The WTO must ensure trade policies help women disproportionally affected by COVID-19. Creating opportunities for women can aid global economic recovery.
Research shows that women are more likely than men to internalize negative feedback.
The BRITS will introduce gender neutral awards for local and international artists from next year according to organizers.
Economic pessimism among the youth is more likely in high-income countries, compared with middle- and low-income ones, the Changing Childhood Project showed.
More than 125 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, over 75% of those people are women and children, emphasizing the need for their help.