Malala Yousafzai was shot in the face by the Taliban six years ago in an attempt to silence her activism for girls' education. Since then, she has gone on to help girls all around the world.
Women have the equivalent of up to one-and-a-half years' extra education, and nearly a full year's extra workforce experience, than what is required for their job, and it has nothing to do with having a lower level of confidence, writes Leonora Risse.
We spoke to hundreds of girls and they have a message for our leaders: we're sick of being ignored, writes Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
The newly discovered diaries of an Australian Army nurse describe in vivid detail the fear of young Anzacs and the camaraderie of women in World War I.
The savings of single women are well below those of single men, and homelessness among older women is climbing, but it's not just low pay and interrupted work that makes women poor in retirement, writes Kathleen Riach.
A growing number of leading businesswomen are calling for board quotas amid a rising sense of frustration at the slow pace of change in corporate Australia.
When considering gender equality, African nation Rwanda doesn't automatically come to mind as a world leader. But it's one of 14 African nations who have greater representation of women than Australia does in the Lower House.
With a number of indicators showing progress towards gender equality stalling, 17 women's industry groups have joined forces to put the issue back to the top of the agenda.