Senior businesswomen in Scotland have said gender discrimination and harassment is still a problem in the workplace.
By championing the achievements of women and girls, Scotland can pave the way to a more diverse and inclusive future for the tech sector, believes SWiT.
IN a country in which women outnumber men, only 37% of books published in Scotland are by women, according to a new report.
The Young Women Lead (YWL) project has said that schools need to take action to help young women participate
The burning question - answered by six senior female business figures
Minority ethnic communities, women and disabled people still experience worse rates of unemployment in Scotland
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. women's agency launched a campaign Monday to bring a young generation of women and men into the campaign for gender equality ahead of next year's 25th anniversary of the conference that adopted the only international platform to achieve women's rights and empowerment.
New measures to tackle a reported rise in mental health problems among young girls linked to social media use have been announced.
Come along and learn some Brazilian dance moves with Josianne! We are delighted to announce that we have Josianne Lawrence joining us at our Women and Inclusion in Politics event on Saturday 16th March. Josianne will introduce you to Brazilian dance, using authentic music, followed by a question/answer session where you get the opportunity to … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Josianne Lawrence
Don’t miss Chantal introducing Rwandan dance and music! On Saturday 16th March we are thrilled to announce that the inspirational Chantal Mrimi will be joining us at our Women and Inclusion in Politics event. Watch while Chantal demonstrates Rwandan dancing, and even learn some steps yourself! Treat yourself and join us at CISWO, North Street, … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Chantal Mrimi
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.
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.