Donald Trump's popularity despite his chauvinism is an ugly reminder that economic inequality and gender inequality go hand-in-hand.
Too much research focuses on "fixing women", so let's hear the male line on what needs to be done.
Over the next 20 years, one global strategy will help to shape our cities. Here's what it says about women.
The war on reproductive rights in Central Europe is not a backlash but a key tenet of a new illiberal form of governance.
Social media trolling, which is disproportionately aimed at women, is a sign of a much deeper malaise that must be redressed.
We know how to prevent gender-based violence, and that we must respond to survivors' needs. The challenge is in making it happen.
Are quotas the best way to challenge sexism and discrimination in politics and workplaces?
If women aren't given their full rights, they're less likely to believe in democratic institutions.
New research shows how women are held back when it comes to starting and growing their own businesses.
Boosting growth could be as simple as getting more women into the workforce.
Around the world, social change is curiously one-sided.
Women's football was introduced in the Olympics a staggering 96 years after the men's event – and some sports still struggle with gender inequalities.
Social stress is a main cause of depression, and women, in general, experience more stress than men. But new research suggests men may be more vulnerable to depression caused by stressful events.
Some of the myths about why more women don't code and get jobs in ICT are shown in a new satirical campaign. But is raising a woman's menstrual cycle the right way to go?
The gendered nature of social welfare is invisible and taken for granted – particularly in development contexts.It's time to debate a more gender-sensitive and equitable welfare agenda in the South.
Dress codes in the workplace have a long and complicated history for women – especially those in corporate life.
The idea of family is still undergoing fundamental change, but progress towards an egalitarian era may be hamstrung by class and wealth.
Pay transparency laws are the latest effort to eliminate the still-yawning gap between the salaries of men and women. Do they work?
If Hillary Clinton's cabinet does end up being 50% female, it could change US politics for good.
Once a model employer for women, the APS is in danger of being left behind