Why do women still need gender-specific advice at work?
The male-centric IOC plays by its own rules and doesn't represent women athletes.
Women's rights advanced in 15 of the 18 countries in the Middle East and North Africa over the past five years, the democracy watchdog group Freedom House reported Wednesday.
Everyone has been hit by the current state of the economy, but are women in senior leadership positions being hit harder?
The U.S. Census Bureau wants an accurate count of everyone in the country – but there's no question in the survey that asks if you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
Discriminated against in the private sector, educated women are choosing government jobs instead.
Despite a February 15th United Nations review of its human-rights practices, Iran’s government has not curbed its censorship and repression of women’s rights activists.
The results of this study show that when it comes to top talent, women lag men in advancement, compensation, and career satisfaction. The pipeline is not healthy; inequality remains entrenched.
The Pentagon is reviewing the policy that bans women from direct combat.
Women have been told the same story for decades: get an education, work hard, stay focused and you'll achieve economic parity. And yet here we are in 2010, and the playing field is still tilted in favor of men.
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