Women in technology
The Tech Industry is a 'Boys Club,' New Report Says
Half of women in tech feel the industry is a boys club, but more than 60% are seeing signs of progress in spite of that.
Women used to be 'scared' of working at Blackstone, co-founder admits
Private equity giant Blackstone struggled for years to recruit women because "they were scared of us," the firm's co-founder and chief executive Steve Schwarzman said Tuesday.
Closing The STEM Gap in Schools - Srideeksha Ganta, Woodford County High School
At Woodford County High School, "The Innovation Lab", a new technology suite equipped with some of the latest technology has helped many young girls to consider studying STEM subjects at a higher level.
Making Breast Cancer Care More Inclusive
Most guidelines and data on breast cancer have come from studies of white women of European descent.
Brands in South East Asia do not ask for diverse and inclusive ads, agencies reveal
Advertising agencies in South East Asia have revealed they never see specifications for diversity in client briefs even though there is an increase in awareness around diversity and inclusion in media and marketing.
They look for the women who are changing the world through science
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Revealed: scale of abuse and sexual harassment of women in UK military
Women are suffering serious and long-lasting physical and mental health problems from "widespread" emotional bullying, sexual harassment and physical assault in the UK military, research reveals.
A new project getting women back into work post-lockdown
Women have been disproportionally impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Women Owned Businesses are Thriving Through eCommerce
The COVID pandemic of 2020 brought so many things in our everyday lives to a standstill, and it brought many of us to our knees.
Girls said coding is 'boring.' This Miami nonprofit wants to change that perception.
Gissel Paz, 11 a student at Code/Art, a successful nonprofit that teaches coding skills to young girls, looks at a computer screen while completing her classwork during a lesson at the offices of the nonprofit in Miami, Florida on Monday, October 4, 2021.