The transition to a net-zero economy will widen existing inequality in the workplace if companies do not change their policies to address the gender gap.
Women are heavily involved in agriculture in Africa, They must be included in governments' climate resilience, response and recovery strategies.
Women earn 10-37% less than men on average for working in Australia’s gig economy. These are among the findings of a report into gig working by the state of Victoria.
Nana Aba Appiah Amfo believes that women need support to overcome systemic barriers, and that society's expectations and gender roles can limit women.
A study has shown that working from home can actually make things worse for women and slow their career progression - especially those in white-collar jobs.
The number of female CEOs employed at America's 500 highest-grossing companies is rising, but still only 15 percent of the top jobs are held by women.
This International Women’s Day, journalist and author Jessica Nordell explains the cumulative impact of gender bias at work – and ways to reduce it.
A Black female leader gives her perspective on the steps other leaders and their organisations can and should take to empower women and minorities at work.
Men are 52% more likely to have internet access than women in developing countries. Discover the organizations working to close this digital gender divide.
While many universities are succeeding as educators of gender equality, as employers they are failing to make rapid enough progress. A new report offers guidance.
As the world marks International Women’s Day, we asked two of the authors of the Global Gender Gap Report what they expect for gender equality in the workplace in 2022.
Young Global Leaders discuss how they are working to overcome unconscious workplace bias and create more representative power structures in their workplaces.
This International Women's Day, the health of women and girls must be prioritized in the push for global cooperation and unity of purpose.