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Empowering women to participate equally in the global economy could add $28 trillion in GDP growth by 2025.
The Prime Minister of Canada had a rousing message for the assembled business leaders and heads of state: women's economic contribution can no longer be ignored.
Justin Trudeau's speech to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2018.
If we're going to close the gender pay gap - and keep it closed -a quick fix won't do; we need to build this issue into every aspect of how we do business, and we need to start now.
The Prime Minister of Norway and the Head of the IMF write that we've reached a turning point for women's roles and opportunities.
LGBT people escaping violence, discrimination and abuse in their home countries, often find more of the same upon arrival in Europe.
Having more women in tech would boost GDP and benefit society as a whole. But how to achieve it? By busting the myths, for a start, says Gillian Tans, CEO of Booking.com.
Skills that women bring to the table, once called “soft skills”, are now recognised as profitable and important.
Women make up half the population and earn more advanced degrees than men in 100 countries. So why are they a distinct minority in the uppermost echelons?
Chetna Sinha, Founder of Mann Deshi Bank, India’s first rural co-operative bank owned by women, takes questions from Reddit users.
As the fall-out from allegations involving Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey has made clear, a new generation of workers demands equality, diversity and respect.
Wharton's Janice Bellace, Penn's Janice Madden and University of Iceland's Thorgerdur Einarsdottir discuss Iceland's new gender pay gap law.
Also in this week's round up: women in cryptocurrency and will panic buttons on India's mobile phones keep women safe?
Women's inequality is down to bias not behaviour, say researchers who eavesdropped on a multinational company for four months.