Efforts to end discrimination that affects half of the European population have fallen through in a European Union dedicated to economic harmonisation.
Lleida's AEM team players "have set a benchmark for many girls who dream of playing football", says coach Dani Rodrigo.
From Thursday all British forms employing 250 people or more will have to publish by next April the complete gender breakdown of their workers' pay, and will no longer be able to hide the lower rates
Iceland’s parliament is considering a bill that would require businesses to prove they offer equal pay to workers.
US Marine Corps seeks to contain fallout over the sharing of nude photos of female service members without their consent, promising punitive measures.
The Israeli armed forces are among the most advanced in the world in terms of opportunities for female combatants.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Women are staying in education longer than men… The proportion of women in the EU who earn higher education qualifications, such as degrees, is higher (29 percent) among women than men…
Female figures on pedestrian crossing signals: giving the green light to gender equality or political correctness gone mad?
Campaigners had planned to take the bright orange vehicle on a national tour of Spain. However, activists, trade unions and officials from Madrid City Council united against it.
The Trump’s administration’s reversal of official guidance on transgender rights has brought protests.
A boat used by pro-abortion activists has been blocked by authorities in Guatemala, where the campaigners had docked looking to help women seeking to end their…
The former head of UK counter terrorism, Cressida Dick, has been appointed London’s new police chief – the first women ever to hold the job.
It is tough for us to balance our work and our personal life, but add kids to the mix and the going gets really tough, especially for women.
Joseph Farrugia has been the president of the Malta Employers’ Association since 2001 and a board member of the Employment and Training Corporation and the Employment Relations…
Malta’s Minister for Finance Edward Scicluna is also the incoming President of the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN).
The sharing economy could be worth 335bn euros by 2025. But what about the promises of making the world a fairer, greener and more socially-connected place? That was up for debate at the Woman's Forum
Activists in Paris have walked off the job to protest against the gender pay gap.
A Chinese student is taking the ministry of education to court over textbooks that say homosexuality that is a “mental disorder”.
Student protesters in South Korea show their anger over a Japanese government-funded foundation to support “comfort women” – females who were forced to work in Japan’s wartime…
Allegations against a high-ranking member of France’s Green Party have once again shone the spotlight on sexual harassment in the workplace.
New employment figures have raised questions over equality between men and women in Turkey, Malta and Italy. The trio have the biggest gaps when it
The equal pay debate between elite male and female athletes gathered more momentum this week when players from the Women’s US football team filed a
World Number 1 Novak Djokovic believes men should fight for more money because "we have much more spectators at the men's tennis matches."
In this edition of Business Planet, host Giacomo Segantini visited Dublin to meet a woman at the heart of female entrepreneurship initiatives in
When it comes to defending the rights of women, and empowering them in society, a large part of the struggle is over the image portrayed in the