There's no better way and better opportunity for Canada to prove it can be a world leader than now, with a comprehensive global health strategy for the post-pandemic era.
Women's leadership reached new heights this year, just as the Coalition's gendered policy response to the pandemic set women back across the board.
COVID-19 has presented an opportunity to increase gender equality both in Canada and worldwide. Rebuilding with women at the forefront will help communities succeed post-pandemic.
A new survey shows that while younger men generally had more progressive views than older men on gender roles, they also endorsed such ideas as men's use of violence and control in relationships.
Mink, the first woman of color in Congress, brought a racially and historically aware brand of feminism into lawmaking and ran for president in 1972. But women's history largely overlooks her.
It is true federal parliament is an atypical work environment. But that does not make it "special" and therefore, beyond community standards.
Neither Labor's Annastacia Palaszczuk, nor the Liberal National Party's Deb Frecklington appear to be interested in highlighting the needs and perspectives of women ahead of October 31.
With Amy Coney Barrett's nomination, Trump has fulfilled his pledge to replace the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a woman. But female judges don't all decide alike any more than male judges do.
While some progress has been made toward gender equality in the research world, the coronavirus pandemic has reminded us that the old models are never far away and can re-emerge.
Research shows one in five Australian women experience degrading content online. This is not 'harmless' or 'normal'.
A new study has found US mums have experienced a marked drop in their works hours during the pandemic. But this is not the case for dads.
In a new book, Julia Gillard, Hillary Clinton and other high-profile female leaders speak plainly about the challenges women face at the very top of politics.
The Gender Equality Act in Victoria creates an obligation to understand how gender affects needs and experiences, and to design, assess and manage public spaces so women feel safe in those places.
In the wake of the allegations about Dyson Heydon, a key outstanding question is reforming Australia's opaque judicial appointments system.
"What would Julia do?" Julia Gillard smashed a glass ceiling as Australia's 27th prime minister. She also transformed the way we talk and think about women in politics.
Female leaders have shone in the response to the coronavirus pandemic but is there more to it than simply having women in charge?
Sports have been out of action during the coronavirus lockdown, but the recovery period is a chance to redefine sporting success beyond winning and profit margins.
Green drinks and meditation won't solve the childcare crisis for women - we need free universal childcare to stay.
Both men and women are, on average, more dissatisfied with their relationship when she is the primary breadwinner.
Female labour participation in Indonesia has stalled at 50% for the last three decades. This is a bit of a mystery because Indonesia’s economy has grown dramatically over the same period.