The move is a small step, but it prises open a foothold for women in the country's overwhelmingly male political scene.
A Valentine's day special for staff offering discounted laptops 'for him' but vacuum cleaners and kitchen appliances 'for her' has angered workers at the bank.
- by Sinead Cruise and Lawrence White
"Sexist" data is making it harder to improve women and girls' lives, the world's leading philanthropic couple Bill and Melinda Gates said on Tuesday in an open letter.
- by Sonia Elks
The number of women held in Victorian prisons has risen dramatically due to the number of prisoners being remanded for short periods of time, many who are later released on bail or get a non-custodial sentences.
- by Miki Perkins
"It's about getting people into the sport."
- by Serena Coady
New research reinforces that people tend to transfer power to others who make them feel comfortable.
- by Jena McGregor
It's time to bring more male co-founders into the conversation.
- by Emma Koehn
While women are more likely to be attacked by someone they know, some women are still afraid to take public transport after dark.
- by Lydia Lynch
Some of the world’s most successful women suffer from crippling self-doubt. Here are the coping strategies they employ to turn their inner critic into an asset.
- by Natalie Cornish