Recent developments in pay parity show a promising future for women’s sport.
When academics were asked to draw, write and reflect on their career journeys, the results were revealing. While men were free to focus on their careers, the picture was more complicated for women.
Academics in all areas have deep concerns about their ability to undertake research during the pandemic and the flow-on effects of this. Women and early career researchers were particularly hard hit.
There is no easy path to power for any political party without the support of women. Has the CPC narrowed the gender gap with Liberals this election? It’s unlikely.
The EU is cracking down on pay secrecy, as the pandemic exacerbates gender inequalities.
Boosting the number of female inventors isn’t just a matter of fairness. Inventions by men are more likely to ignore women’s needs.
An analysis of data from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) has found the gender gap in maths tests increased where papers contained more multiple choice questions.
There were no specific initiatives for women's work in the budget, leaving New Zealand trailing Australia when it comes to gender balance.
You might expect progressive policies in our universities, but a parental leave system of primary and secondary caregivers – the first 93% women, the second 96% men – perpetuates the gender gap.
Flexible arrangements might help women maintain a work-life balance, but can also weaken their position in the labour market and lose them earnings in the long term.
A new study explores how feelings of relative poverty can negatively affect gender dynamics among households.
Dutch parents worked more and had less leisure time – particularly if they were women.
economist Danielle Wood on Australia’s ‘blokey’ budget.
This week Michelle Grattan talks to Grattan Institute CEO Danielle Wood about the 'blokey' budget
A strong identity as a scientist is crucial for girls to succeed in STEM fields such as computer science. Are educators recognizing and rewarding the right behaviors?
Teaching loads, family responsibilities and lack of research resources and mentors have hampered the progress of women in universities. And when the pandemic hit, it made the situation worse.
The gender gap in computing performance has dramatically narrowed, but a confidence gap remains.
The student loans system is just another source of financial gender inequality.
On average, mothers did two hours of childcare for every one hour done by fathers during lockdown. Will that change once children are all back in school?
New research suggests women farmers face significant challenges mostly due to stereotypes, sexism and women’s disproportionate responsibility for domestic and caregiving work.
There is a trend in policy advocacy that pushes back progress and limits women’s freedom of choice.