It always seems just out of reach.
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While Clinton's popular vote win shows progress toward gender equality, her rival's nomination of just three women to his Cabinet is a reminder of how much work still needs to be done to overcome bias in management.
How many non-white writers are published in Australia each year? Is their job to remain at the exotic margins of our literary culture?
A recent attempt to broaden the Stella Count by measuring the diversity of writers reviewed proved to be a hard ask. Is the bigger problem here the whiteness of our publishing industry?
The grave of women’s suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony is covered with ‘I Voted’ stickers.
Clinton won women by 12 points and lost men by 12 -- creating a 24-point 'gender gap.' While that's the largest gender gap in history, the record shows that female voters were always different.
The appointment of three women to politically powerful roles is symbolically significant for Japanese women.
Even though three women have recently been appointed to powerful positions in Japanese politics, gender parity in the country is a long way off.
Why do voters think Clinton is hiding something?
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There's more than one reason, according to two professors who have studied 25 years of Clinton's public life.
Fresh thinking is needed and women's voices must no longer be excluded
The changes to the cap on non-concessional contributions is one of the features of the latest superannuation reform proposals.
The Coalition has reached a compromise to get its superannuation reform past its own party, but the changes will make it harder for women and older workers.
In 2014, Obama signed executive actions aimed at narrowing the pay gap between men and women. Did they work?
The report not only reveals soaring incomes and falling poverty, it also confirms the gender pay gap has shrunk to a new record low.
Research shows that even taking into account all the drivers of the gender pay gap there is still a large portion we can’t explain.
Misunderstandings about the gender pay gap diminish the importance of its impact, so it's time to explain the different ways it's measured.
Kenyan youth chant in celebration before the arrival of Pope Francis at the Kasarani stadium in Kenya’s capital Nairobi.
The African Union has identified youth as critical for development. But, a new survey reveals a wide gap between these aspirations and the reality of youth public engagement on the continent.
Women may be happy in jobs that are stereotypically seen as ‘women’s work’ because of the way gender roles have developed over time.
Women may be happy in roles that are associated with gender stereotypes but the gender pay gap persists and women certainly aren't happy with that.
Prof Emma Johnston at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science has always reported to a male supervisor, never a female.
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Men still outnumber women in senior positions in Australian universities and other workplaces. Women are pushing for change but it's men who can help redress the gender balance.
The Coalition has just 13 women MPs, including cabinet ministers Julie Bishop and Michaelia Cash.
Without quotas to correct the effects of these gender biases, the under-representation of women Coalition MPs is effectively guaranteed.
Blame the period! A satirical look at some of the excuses why more women don’t go into ITC jobs.
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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?
BBC Question Time: four men, one woman.
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News that men outnumber women ten to one in the EU referendum debate is not surprising – women have long been marginalised in news coverage.
Women need to plan for a future where their career and personal finances will be significantly affected by caring for older relatives.
Tanya Monro (left), Emma Johnston (centre) and Nalini Joshi (right) at the National Press Club.
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If we want a genuine ideas boom in Australia, then we need to remove the barriers preventing women from reaching the highest levels in science.
Evidence shows science benefits from having researchers from both genders and a wide range of backgrounds.
It's fitting that on International Women's Day we recognise the fact that greater diversity in science boosts research and its economic outcomes.
The study found that the average total remuneration for female managers was equal to just the base salary for their male counterparts.
Women receive less pay than men, especially at a top management level, and are less represented on the board of organisations, a new study has found.
Same journey. Different rewards.
Publishing the data on the differences between salaries for men and women will only be half the battle.