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Scotland has made sanitary products free to all women, becoming the first nation in the world to do so, in an effort to combat 'period poverty' and further equality.
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, New York City's readiness to set up programmes and policies to help domestic violence victims is a leading example.
A study by the United Nations has found that 87,000 women and girls were murdered in 2017. 80% of all murder victims were killed by men, the study also found.
Marian Croak on what it takes to innovate, why kids are an inspiration and how not fitting in can be an advantage.
By embracing stakeholder capitalism we will break down the barriers that prevent women from fully participating in the economy and revive the middle class.
A new United Nations gender study has found that women are still far from having an equal voice to men.
The pandemic is creating a gender rift due to lack of childcare provision and the shutting down of female-populated sectors. Governments are being called on to lessen the blow.
Women work on the frontlines against COVID and have a burden of care for family at home. UN Women chief Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka fears a reversal for women's rights.
As employees return to their workplaces, there is a growing concern that women are less likely than men to return, instead opting to stay home to continue to look after children and do ho...
To fully support women and build a more resilient and inclusive post-COVID global economy, we must invest in women-led small and micro businesses (SMBs).
Countryside pursuits can be white-dominated activities in many societies. In the UK, one walking enthusiast founded Black Girls Hike, encouraging Black women to explore the countryside.
Older women are more exposed to social isolation and economic exclusion – but this can be changed earlier in their lives.
Before coronavirus, all recessions were either 'mancessions' or affected men and women equally. Yet this pandemic is increasing job losses for women more than for men.
Bahrain's Supreme Council for Women has put policies into action to reduce the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on women.