Women entrepreneurs are breaking barriers by increasingly entering occupations traditionally dominated by men, helping economies recover after COVID-19.
Research shows that women scientists are 35% more likely to create medical treatment for female conditions, but many of their ideas don't become inventions.
Nana Aba Appiah Amfo believes that women need support to overcome systemic barriers, and that society's expectations and gender roles can limit women.
A study has shown that working from home can actually make things worse for women and slow their career progression - especially those in white-collar jobs.
There are still fewer women than men in work or looking for work in most countries, and rates in some places are going backwards. COVID-19 hasn't helped.
Financial products and services designed with women in mind, 'women-centred design', enables women to gain access to finance and contribute to the economy.
Women have been hit harder than men by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here three broad policy areas that could help close the gender gap are explored.
We need to rethink the world of work, creating more diverse opportunities. Women and minorities should not be pitted against one another for board positions
The number of female CEOs employed at America's 500 highest-grossing companies is rising, but still only 15 percent of the top jobs are held by women.
This visualization shows women who have appeared on banknotes throughout history, but only 15% of current international banknotes feature images of women.
An abundance of research has demonstrated that when women have the ability to make autonomous decisions about their own bodies, it can benefit everyone.
Self-taught coder Lady Mariéme Jamme is educating marginalized girls across the world and teaching them to code - to empower a new generation of women.
A new report and index that provides a framework for measuring audience perception of diversity shows companies the importance of measuring representation.
International Women's Day is on 8 March. From politics to sport and entertainment, women including Xiomara Castro and Jane Campion are excelling in 2022.
Timor-Leste, Rwanda and Barbados are among the countries closing the gender pay gap. But global gender pay parity remains a distant dream.