Why Women's Jobs Are Disproportionately Threatened by Automation
The AI debate has tended to center on men, but research shows that women make up 58 percent of the workers at the highest risk of job loss due to automation.
Christiana Figueres: Mujeres Sin Miedo Liderarán la Acción Climática
Lo que me da esperanza es el activismo y trabajo colaborativo que he visto entre las mujeres jóvenes de diversos orígenes.
Ximena Sariñana Doesn't Want to Be the Only Woman in the Room
One of Mexico's biggest indie-pop artists discusses her new album and the state of the music industry for Latinx artists.
Christiana Figueres: Fearless Women Will Lead on Climate Action
What gives me hope is the activism and collaborative work I've seen among young women from diverse backgrounds.
The 116th Congress Is the Most Diverse Ever. How Will That Affect Legislation?
Research shows that having more women, more people of color, and more LGBTQ people makes for a more productive, bipartisan, and responsive legislature.
Viewfinder: Protests Continue in India After Two Women Enter One of the Country's Holiest Temples
Clashes broke out in southern India for a second day on January 3rd as Hindu hardliners went on a rampage, seeking to enforce a general shutdown in protest over two women entering Sabarimala Ayyapa.
Scenes From the Swearing in of the Historic 116th Congress
A total of 127 women were sworn in to the 116th Congress as part of the most diverse class ever.
Inside the Water Rights Battle Between the Mexican Government and the Mazahua
The State of Mexico is a nexus for a dispute between the government and the women-led activists of one of the country's largest indigenous groups.
Women's Success in the 2018 Mid-Terms Is About More Than a Blue Wave
Media outlets have been quick to attribute women's electoral achievements to Democrats but the reality is more complicated than that narrative suggests.
As Votes Roll In, Fresh Records for Women's Representation in U.S. Government Are Within Reach
By the morning after Election Day, America knew the number of women in the House of Representatives would hit historic highs. Could the Senate and governors' mansions, too?
How a Record Number of Female Candidates Translated Into Numbers of Women in Power
A record number of women ran for some of the nation's highest offices this year. Here's how they've influenced the gender make-up of the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the states' governors.
Rural Voters Remain Reluctant to Vote for Female Candidates
Research finds voters in these heavily Republican areas are less likely to support obscure office-seekers with feminine-sounding names.
Letter From Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Inside a Safe House for Ethiopian Women
Set off of one of Addis Ababa's main streets is a secret, self-enclosed village. In that village, girls like Raissa—some as young as 11 years old—fleeing bride abduction, early marriage, and other harmful practices have found a refuge.