Knowledge is power − especially where money is concerned.
Only a small fraction of women have received any financial education at all.
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Pension changes, industry investment and national insurance cuts announced in the autumn statement could all help women.
Claudia Sheinbaum, the favorite to become Mexico’s first female president.
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Women represent half of Mexico’s Congress and hold key positions in politics and the judiciary. But the country is still dogged by high rates of femicide.
A recent survey found that just over half of boys in India consider themselves politically engaged compared with less than a third of girls.
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A survey of over 600 teens and young adults across India found boys are more politically engaged than girls and also less aware of the barriers women face to becoming active in politics.
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2023 was awarded to Harvard professor Claudia Goldin.
The Harvard professor was awarded the Nobel prize for economics for her work on women in the workforce.
In my experience of university teaching, the title of the course seems to strongly influence the gender balance of the class.
The Prime Minister’s message to delegates at the Labor national conference was, in essence: be patient, don’t rock the boat, you shouldn’t expect the government to do all you want all at once.
And men struggle more than women with female breadwinning arrangements.
Increases in the number of women lawyers does not equate institutional change in the legal profession.
Philanthropic investments must support the capacity of women in law and leadership.
Moms get about 25 minutes less sleep each weeknight when their kids’ school is in session.
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Parents spend more time actively engaged with their kids – such as helping with homework or reading together – during the school year than during summer. But the difference is almost three times greater for moms than for dads.
Why companies should be worried about diversity in ‘top jobs’ and what they can do to make this happen.
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Gender, climate change and water scarcity together create a difficult challenge.
This year, the Canadian government’s theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Every Woman Counts.’ But how does this message translate into action?
Days of international observance recognize challenges facing marginalized groups or society as a whole, draw attention to them and create unity and mobilization around those problems.
A sense of community and mutual support help women respond to toxic tech culture.
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Women are severely underrepresented in tech. Strength in numbers – communities for women and women mentoring women – can counter tech’s sexist culture and help retain women in the field.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez watches Donald Trump’s state of the union address in 2019 with other female Democratic lawmakers.
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For decades, there were growing numbers of Democratic and Republican women in Congress, but the number of Republican women has stalled.
The Qatar World Cup has attracted criticism of the country’s human rights. With Australia set to host the women’s world cup next year, there’s some work we need to do in this area, too.
Mansplaining isn’t just a social media phenomenon — it permeates beyond the virtual realm to affect people in their working lives.
People who experience mansplaining suffer lower organizational commitment and job satisfaction, and higher turnover intention, emotional exhaustion and psychological distress.
For women to reach leadership positions, they need to be valued and recognized for their contributions, which may look different than those of their male colleagues.
Feminine leadership encompasses aspects of ourselves that have been pushed aside within conventionally male-dominant spaces. Recentring them can foster leadership that is more inclusive.
Women have been slow to recover their lost ground in the workforce compared to men.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated social and economic inequality for women. Women have lost ground in the workforce and have been slower to return to work than men.
Mary Kay Ash’s legendary love for the color pink symbolized her determination to be a business success by “thinking like a woman.”
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Ash derided women’s liberation as “that foolishness” – but her success story is very feminist.