Gaps in Politics Are Still a Long Way
That nation it calls the most democratic in the world has hinted that overcoming the gender gap has not been a priority.
A Resilient Activist for Equality in the Middle East
For many years the activist Loujain Alhathloul has fought for Saudi women's right to drive.
A Chilean Song That Became a Feminist Anthem
Un Violador en Tu Camino or A Rapist in Your Path, has become a feminist anthem across the world.
Benefits for Girls and Women from Biden's Administration
Two women, Jennifer Klein and Julissa Reynoso, who have extensive experience in the fight for gender equality, will chair the council.
Creativity as a Driver of Change
The following women have had a significant impact in their societies for their authenticity, creativity, and inspiring stories.
Russia Moves Towards Gender Equality
For the first time in decades, women have been allowed to drive on the Moscow Metro system.
What Inspired Amanda Gorman's Poem on President Biden's Inauguration?
Amanda Gorman, 22, is the youngest woman to speak at a presidential inauguration gala.
Inspiring Black Women Who Make Real Changes
For ethnic communities, the current confinement is not the only challenge they have faced throughout their lives.
The Effective Ways to Combat Gender Violence
Hitting, screaming, humiliation, and permanent threats make up the life scenario many Latina women are exposed to.
Brilliant Women Make Up the Presidential Cabinet in the United States
President-elect Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris are committed to appointing a diverse cabinet.
11 Latinas on the Global List of the Most Inspiring and Influential
2020 has been a year of many challenges. Most would say that it has had more lows than highs.
Crises Bring Priority Solutions to Light
Last November, the XV edition of the Women's Forum Global Meeting 2020 was held.
New Horizons at The White House
Jill Biden is not exactly the woman behind a great man, she is used to being next door and often in front.
Radical Changes Towards Equity
Sydney Barber will be the first black woman to serve as a brigade commander in the Naval Academy's 175-year history.
This Country Adopts Pioneering Laws for Girls and Women
Scotland has become the first country in the world to provide free access to sanity products for all women.
Kamala Harris or The Historical, Social and Political Transformation
The first woman with ancestry of two ethnic groups: black and Indian, included in a North American presidential list, Kamala Harris, has marked the history of humanity
Record Number Of Women in The United States Congress
At least 131 women will serve in Congress in 2021, according to News Wise
The Importance of Minority Communities for Political Parties
Black women's communities have become the fundamental voting bloc of the Democratic Party in the United States.
These are the Youngest Women in Politics in the World
The best way to engage young people in politics is by choosing leaders that can represent and inspire them.
How to Encourage the Participation of Young Women in Politics?
The absence of women political leaders on the world stage is highly visible.
Has Gender Equality Improved for Women in Latin America?
The figures for gender inclusion have increased in Latin America, but not at the rate they should.
How Does COVID-19 Affect Indigenous Communities in Brazil?
In Brazil, many indigenous communities live in settlements and have limited access to healthcare.
Empathy and Communication: Key to Success in the Face of the Pandemic
The results with better management against COVID-19 show that in countries led by women, management has been much better.
The Activist Who Wants to Reach the Presidency of Colombia
Francia Márquez is a community leader committed to the life and care of the vulnerable territories of Colombia.
'Our Streets Now', safe women in public spaces
Comics shows the stark reality of public sexual harassment of young women who have decided to tell their unknown stories for the 'Our Streets Now' campaign.
Eufrosina Cruz: The Indigenous Activist that Fights for Mexican Women Rights
The indigenous activist who fights against machismo improved the lives of the women in her village and achieved a reform in her country's Constitution.
In Peru more than 2,400 women have disappeared in 2020
Disappearances and deaths during 2020 and an increase in violence against women during confinement mark the Peruvian reality
Sudan forbade female genital mutilation
The elimination of Female Genital Mutilation and other practices, try to claim the rights of women in Sudan Africa.
Sweden and Central African Republic, the best and worst countries for women
Why do these two countries have been classified as the best and worst for women?
Tradition of female genital mutilation must end according to UN
A total of 200 million women and girls have been affected by female genital mutilation and 4.1 million are at risk by 2020
UN Women and Norway launch protection plan for female leaders in Colombia
Prodefensoras Colombia is a prevention and protection project that supports women leaders whose mission is to defend human rights and promotes peace across the country
COVID-19 increases domestic violence in Venezuela
Domestic violence figures on women and children in Venezuelan territory increased during confinement for COVID 19
Anne Hidalgo, the first immigrant mayor of Paris
For the second time, the socialist Anne Hidalgo of Spanish origin and French nationality prevailed again as mayor of Paris
Women's crusade against COVID19 in India
More than a million women in rural India work voluntarily to curb the expansion of COVID 19
Who are the female world leaders who have managed to control COVID19?
Six months of global crisis have allowed evaluating which leaders have been effective in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
Quiz: International Women's Day
Commemorate this important date by answering 8 questions about International Women's Day
Best feminist memes for International Women's Day
Here our favorites on this topic!
Indian women are welcome to equal roles in the army
On Monday, Feb 17, the top court ruled that all women could serve as army commanders.
What is 'ethnoporno' and how does it affect indigenous Mexican women?
More than 800 indigenous women of Chiapas, between adults and minors, have been victims of people who see a sexual fetish in their ethnic characteristics
Women in the UK are still missing from top jobs
According to the Sex and Power 2020 report created by the Fawcett Society, women in the UK continue to miss out on top jobs.
Mabel Gisela Torres: Colombia's first Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
Last week, Colombia's president Ivan Duque named scientist Mabel Gisela Torres as the minister of the newest Science, Technology, and Innovation Ministry.
What is the importance of the Olimpia Law approved in some states of México
The Olimpia Law and the Law of Access of Women to a Life Free of Violence were approved in Mexico City, and we have to talk about it.