Comments from Dutch politician against the removal of grid girls from Formula 1 has re-sparked the debate regarding feminism and sport.
From viewing figures to sponsorship, the women’s game is growing rapidly – with the FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer highlighting the growth in the global game.
Cumulative inflation over the last four years has seen real incomes lose more than half of their purchasing power, and the government effectively devalued the dinar last September
Women's rights and art charities commissioned six female refugee artists from Afghanistan to Iran to highlight the subjugation of women for the exhibition.
The influence of the #MeToo movement continues as the United Nations has implemented a treaty to prevent workplace violence and harassment.
The job of U.S. poet laureate is raising national appreciation of reading and writing poetry, and they often launch projects to expand the audience for poetry
Widows often face difficulty in claiming their husband's property and in receiving government compensation and other benefits, activists said.
From trade to technology and the media, here's how women in the least developed countries can lift themselves up and transform their countries' future.
These are the stories of homeless women that highlight the many forms that homelessness and the attendant vulnerability can take.
Economist Carolina Alves explains why she set up the Diversifying and Decolonising Economics initiative - to make economics free of discrimination, including sexism, racism, and discrimin...
A newly identified cellular process could lead to safer and more effective vaccines that protect pregnant women and newborns from dangerous infections, researchers say.
Georgia has passed anti-discrimination laws in an effort to move closer to the European Union, but gender stereotypes and inequality remain deeply rooted.
Equality must become a reality within our lifetimes. The World Economic Forum is helping drive two approaches towards closing the gender gap globally.
Some of the wealthiest nations in the world provide little or no government-supported maternity or paternity leave for new parents, a United Nations report has said.
In finance, medicine, politics and even in schools, women and minorities are more harshly reprimanded and face greater future consequences for their errors.