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More work is needed to achieve the SDG education and gender targets by 2030 – especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens of female cyclists on the Afghanistan women's team are riding to fight taboos and claim an equal space on the city's streets.
Innovation can only flourish if we learn to include those who serve as champions of change.
In sub-Saharan Africa, female representation for those in the tech industry is only 30%. Mentorship on digital skills could help increase that number.
Latin American leaders are tackling the disproportionate economic impact of COVID-19 on women through policies and initiatives to accelerate gender parity.
The EU is making progress toward several of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, but there's more work to do to tackle the global climate crisis and gender equality.
The COVID-19 recovery is the perfect time to improve access to financial services for underserved women across the world. Here are two places to start.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the coronavirus pandemic has created a 'generational opportunity' to build a more equal, sustainable world.
Women around the world are disproportionately affected by climate change. Addressing this gap is not only the right thing to do; it will help save the planet.
Women around the world are losing paid work, and doing more unpaid work as a result of the pandemic. But women also represent the biggest opportunity for economic growth.
Companies can use objective data to do what’s in their financial best interest as well as the best interest of their employees.
Switzerland has approved draft legislation to let same-sex couples marry - in a gay rights milestone for the country.
In Switzerland women earn, on average, a fifth less than men. This year's Women's Strike saw a minute-long scream to protest against the gender pay gap.
Ex-finance minister and World Bank grandee, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala says COVID could set back decades of development in Africa. UN's Michelle Bachelet talks inequality and human rights.