South Sudan’s chiefs wield real power, administering customary laws to resolve local disputes. But they often reinforce gender inequalities – could the new chief change this?
During the war, few Americans actually saw the 'Rosie the Riveter' poster that's become a cultural icon.
Many autistic women may be missing out on a diagnosis, new study reveals.
A lawyer reports from Ireland days ahead of this vital vote.
Despite the government spruiking its tax relief for Australians in this year's budget, many women will not benefit from the tax plan.
The Scottish club's move to support women's struggles with menstruation and sport is the first of its kind.
Palestinian women are the backbone of a fragmented and demoralised society.
The almost total ban on abortion in Ireland does not work to protect women's health.
Women have less to fear than men, and probably more to benefit, from the advent of robots.
After thousands of women spoke out against sexual harassment, scholars asked, does harassment affect women's health? Their findings suggest that it does.
Findings suggest parties should rethink the way they chase the 'female vote'.
France's answer to #MeToo was #BalanceTonPorc -- "denounce your pig". An analysis of the idioms linking to sex and pigs provides some insights into why the hashtag hit home.
Among all things Anzac, the contribution of women is becoming more complicated and controversial.
They're silly, but the singer's statement pants are an important comment on female storytelling.
Single women borrowed heavily in the run-up to the financial crisis, ensuring they suffered the most in its fallout. Will history repeat itself?
More women are making it to the boardroom but are often promoted to an untenable and precarious leadership position.
More and more radical scholars and activists in the West are rejecting human rights. Is this right?
The rise of 'fitspiration' seems to promote a body that is both impossibly thin and muscular. A new study explores whether this has become a new benchmark for women.
The stock market is littered with metaphors made by and for men, so it's no wonder women don't feel as comfortable in investing.
Wikipedia's coverage on women is less comprehensive, and its volunteer editor base is mostly male. What can be done to change the numbers?