New measures to tackle a reported rise in mental health problems among young girls linked to social media use have been announced.
The gender pay gap across Tayside and Fife has been laid bare with the majority of companies showing a disparity between the wages for men and women.
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination takes place annually on 21 March, the theme for 2019 is #FightRacism.
Charity wants men to open up more to counter suicides in Scotland
International Women's Day takes place annually on 08 March, the theme for 2019 is #BalanceforBetter.
Scotland has maintained its place as the top performing part of the UK when it comes to gender diversity in the workplace, a new report has found.
Inaccurate figures and a lack of sanctions risk making a “mockery” of the gender pay gap reporting system, critics have warned following an in-depth Guardian analysis of submissions.
Scotland’s main Highland Games body, which has faced strong criticism over its lack of gender equality for female athletes, will today be under pressure to discuss including transgender non-binary categories in its events.
Radical proposals intended to make Scotland a world leader in gender equality have been put forward in the first annual report from the country’s National Advisory Council on Women and Girls.
Thousands of disabled people living in unsuitable homes across Scotland risk being “overlooked” by efforts to tackle homelessness, a report by a leading charity has warned.
Thousands of women council workers in Glasgow are set to receive payouts that unions estimate could reach more than £500m in total following the resolution of a 12-year equal pay battle.
Fathers Network Scotland is set to lead a new pilot project which aims to tackle postnatal depression among men
Like much of the world, Scotland has a problem with gender equality when it comes to science, technology, engineering and maths.
IT’S game on for women demanding equality in sport. And, as Scotland’s finest sportswomen were hailed at an awards ceremony in Glasgow, Maureen McGonigle, chief executive of Scottish Women in Sport (SWiS), says the ultimate goal is in sight.
MORE than one-third of stressed-out Scottish men have had suicidal thoughts, according to a new study.