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Supreme court refuses to block Texas abortion ban but will hear challenges
The US supreme court allowed a Texas law that bans the vast majority of abortions to temporarily remain in effect, but will hear arguments on 1 November.
More than 30,000 Polish women sought illegal or foreign abortions since law change last year
At least 34,000 women in Poland are known to have sought abortions illegally or abroad since the country introduced a near total ban on terminations a year ago.
Working Women Still Suffering "Death by 1,000 Cuts"
While overt sexual harassment persists, less discussed-but no less significant-is the problem that women trying to ascend the corporate, partnership, and/or management level often suffer "death by a thousand cuts," which delays their advancement and contributes to their decisions to leave the workplace.
Trailblazing Women Who Broke into Engineering in the 1970s Reflect on What's Changed - and What Hasn't
Engineering in the U.S. has long been - and continues to be - a male-dominated profession. Fifty years ago, it looked like that might change.
People Are Still Afraid of Powerful Women
Women and those who support them have made incredible progress since the women's movement in the 1960s.
Female Judges in Afghanistan, Now Jobless and in Hiding
They fear that they or their loved ones could be tracked down and killed because of their work delivering justice to women. "We have lost everything - our jobs, our homes, the way we lived."
Glass Ceiling Cracks in Egypt, but Would-Be Judges Still Hear: 'No Girls'
On paper, women are free to apply for seats on Egyptian benches. In practice, they say, it is near impossible.
Leading during a pandemic: Helping women succeed - San Francisco Business Times
Congratulations to the 2021 Women of Influence!
Trailblazing women who broke into engineering in the 1970s reflect on what's changed - and what hasn't
Engineering in the U.S. has long been - and continues to be - a male-dominated profession. Fifty years ago, it looked like that might change.
Trailblazing women who broke into engineering in the 1970s reflect on what's changed - and what hasn't
Engineering in the U.S. has long been - and continues to be - a male-dominated profession. Fifty years ago, it looked like that might change.