gender equality

The economy would get a boost and the gender pay gap would shrink – and that's just for starters.
PSA: Women are effectively working for free until the end of 2023.
"I spent months noticing when men walked toward us without even slowing their pace because they expected us to clear the path."
Firstly, it's not a woman's issue, says author Sophie Gallagher.
The Women's Health Strategy is good news. It’s also very overdue.
The UK is falling behind other countries when it comes to tackling the gap, according to a new report.
Marriage certificates will now be available online in England and Wales – and give mums a long-awaited role in the process.
From autumn, all police forces in England and Wales will be asked to record crimes caused by “hostility” based on sex or gender.
Five grand may be a little stingy. In the UK, women carry out 60% more unpaid work than men – isn't it about time that was recognised?