Gender inequality is not only wrong, it is dangerous and weakens us all: global leaders must boldly finance a more equal world post-pandemic.
Women, in countries like India, have been disproportionally hit by COVID-19. Policies are needed to help them achieve financial security and equality.
The World Economic Forum's Gender Gap Report 2021 proves what many people had suspected: the COVID-19 pandemic has delivered a big blow to gender equality.
Measuring how women are experiencing the pandemic will be vital in getting us back on track to addressing the gender-based inequities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic.
The Global Gender Gap report 2021 highlights occupational segregation and career progression as the two main factors holding back gender parity when it comes to jobs.
Global Gender Gap Report 2021: Diversity, equity and inclusion need to be key pillars of plans for recovery.
Another generation of women will have to wait for gender parity, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2021. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to...
Watch the livestreamed virtual media briefing on the Global Gender Gap Report 2021 this 31 March 2021 at 10.00 CEST.
A new survey shows strong worldwide public support for the idea that private companies should take action to close the widening gender gap.
Corporations hold the power to spur on women entrepreneurship and that of other underrepresented groups. They can foster inclusive entrepreneurship and create win-win situations.
International Women's Day: Period poverty and how this Chinese retailer is tackling the issue.
Skills-based talent practices have the potential to be great levelers, changing the way we hire, develop, pay and promote talent to ensure gender equality.
As economies around the world seek to find an edge, it would be a 'lost opportunity' not to realise the enormous economic potential of women and girls.
When addressing workplace diversity, leaders should be focusing on the kinds of experiences employees are having in the organization, rather than profit.
Addressing gender stereotypes for our children includes being aware of gendered marketing, disrupting stereotypes at home, using gender-neutral language.