#Gender Gap

  • Article: This Hilarious Video Points Out Why the Gender Gap Is No Joke

    This Hilarious Video Points Out Why the Gender Gap Is No Joke

    By Leah Rodriguez|Aug. 6, 2019

    Melinda Gates and Hollywood’s funniest comedians say, "Equality Can’t Wait." Read more

  • Video: Women Let the World Know Why They’d ‘Rather Get Paid’ in This Catchy Song

    Women Let the World Know Why They’d ‘Rather Get Paid’ in This Catchy Song

    By Daniele Selby|Feb. 1, 2019|P&G

    This powerful new video from deodorant company Secret features several famous equal pay advocates. Read more

  • Article: Not Educating Girls Could Cost World $30 Trillion, World Bank Says

    Not Educating Girls Could Cost World $30 Trillion, World Bank Says

    July 12, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    About 132 million girls worldwide aged 6 to 17 do not attend school. Read more

  • Article: Women Worldwide Are Being Left Behind As Technology Advances

    Women Worldwide Are Being Left Behind As Technology Advances

    July 11, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Poverty, gender discrimination, and gender stereotypes prevent girls and women from benefitting. Read more

  • Article: Women Could Boost Asian Economies by $4.5 Trillion, Report Says

    Women Could Boost Asian Economies by $4.5 Trillion, Report Says

    April 26, 2018

    Gender inequality is holding back workforce in Bangladesh, India, China Read more

  • Article: Quotas Are Needed to Close the UK's Workplace Gender Gap, Says Charity

    Quotas Are Needed to Close the UK's Workplace Gender Gap, Says Charity

    April 24, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "There's a very consistent imbalance of power and this worries me." Read more

  • Article: Every Girl Born in This German City on March 8 Got $2,500

    Every Girl Born in This German City on March 8 Got $2,500

    By Daniele Selby|March 22, 2018

    Only 12% of women who hope to start businesses believe they will, this company hopes to change that. Read more

  • Article: Women Are Less Likely to Receive CPR from Bystanders Than Men

    Women Are Less Likely to Receive CPR from Bystanders Than Men

    By Colleen Curry|Nov. 14, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    A closer look at how biases can be life-threatening. Read more