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  1. During the eight months of protests that turned the page on 30 years of dictatorship, women

    Sudan women fight gender imbalance in transition

    They were on the front lines and in the negotiating rooms that brought down military rule but Sudan's women have yet to take their rightful place ...
  2. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Actually, women are not better at multitasking

    Let's divide work in and out of the home so women aren't left running themselves ragged, says the University of Melbourne's Leah Ruppanner.
  3. Why should men get away with not cleaning up?

    Commentary: Do men get away with not cleaning up?

    Women spent more than twice the amount of time cleaning up as compared to men, sociologists Sarah Thebaud, Leah Ruppanner and Sabino Kornrich ...
  4. Women's Champions League - VfL Wolfsburg v Olympique Lyonnais - Headshots

    Sweden defender Fischer's statue vandalised in Linkoping

    Sweden defender Nilla Fischer's statue was vandalised in Linkoping, an incident which, according to midfielder Caroline Seger, raises deeper ...
  5. 72nd Cannes Film Festival - The Kering Women In Motion Honor Awards

    Women honoured at Cannes, as gender parity drive draws scrutiny

    Movie stars including Gong Li, Salma Hayek and Eva Longoria celebrated the role of women in cinema at a glitzy gala in Cannes on Sunday, amid a ...
  6. Invest in care to boost workforce participation and growth

    Commentary: Who's looking after the children and elderly if more women work?

    Care work is rarely included in standard prescriptions for increasing women’s economic participation, University of Sydney's Elizabeth Hill, ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Women's FIFA World Cup trophy is seen before the announcement ceremony for the Wom

    FIFA seeks a billion World Cup viewers to boost women's game

    FIFA is hoping that over a billion viewers tune in to the Women's World Cup in France as it continues strategic efforts to grow the game around ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Saudi people attend the concert of composer Yanni at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman U

    Commentary: Saudi women working hard to change country they call home

    Despite strict rules imposed on them, women in Saudi Arabia are going to college, and running for office, to change the conservative country where ...
  9. Father daughter family Singapore

    Commentary: What men want? More time with their children

    Employers are out of step with a changing workforce that values paid paternity leave, says the Financial Times Pilita Clark.
  10. FILE PHOTO: Signs pointing to "Amen Corner" and other areas are shown during second round

    Augusta National opens doors to women - at least for one day

    When the fight for gender equality in golf is chronicled Augusta National will not be the key battle but it will be remembered as a provocative ...