While blatant discrimination is easy to condemn because of how obvious it is, there are subtler, more insidious forms that also need to be rooted out.
Digital archives can have an important part in creating more inclusive art histories, but paying attention to ethical research practices when sharing and circulating resources is critical.
Research shows why people in more diverse communities tend to rely less on negative stereotypes.
I’ve researched women’s experience of the UK comedy circuit for ten years – this is what I’ve learned.
Nearly two-thirds of female surgeons in the UK have been sexually harassed.
While Donald Trump has used his social media platform to criticize all of his opponents, the former president has made his most controversial attacks against Black female prosecutors.
Sexism and misogyny still rears its head in everyday interactions in the financial services industry, not just in the scandals that hit the headlines.
The Taliban’s two years ruling Afghanistan have taught us ordinary human rights initiatives are insufficient to address gender apartheid. We need resolute collective international action.
Foot stomping songs and charismatic performances make the stage adaptation of the 1970s TV series a hit.
Despite greater gender equality, some women still prefer traditional gender roles in heterosexual relationships. We set out to discover why.
Comic book depictions of superheroines as politicians illustrate how sexism weakens democracy and why comics history is relevant to contemporary politics.
The South Korean government’s embrace of gendered citizenship has fueled the virulent gender war between men and women, with digital sex crimes used as ammunition.
Diversity is vital for developing the AFL, but the league needs to consider the structural and cultural barriers to attracting this diverse talent in the first place.
In focussing on individual “deviancy”, we fail to make the connection between misogyny and wider social problems, like pornography.
An article written for Time Magazine, but never published, could have rewritten the history of how DNA was discovered.
Children face the effects of prejudice over who has and who lacks rationality, logic, and authority.
The rarely explained term is nebulous at best, and can mean many things – negative and positive – to different groups of people.
From Aristotle to Darwin, inaccurate and biased narratives in science not only reproduce these biases in future generations but also perpetuate the discrimination they are used to justify.
While each microaggression may not seem particularly harmful, they add up and can erode the psychological and physical health of people in minority groups.
From Happy Valley to social media, women police officers face rampant sexist abuse.