Published: May 30, 2021
It looks like a womans world on the 29th floor of Tamkeen Tower, where a call center for Saudi Arabias General Authority for Statistics overlooks the beige sprawl of Riyadh. Past frosted glass doors, the few men to one side of the room are vastly outnumbered by female colleagues sitting at desks spread across the office.
Published: April 08, 2021
Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ), together with Thailand Chevening Alumni Association and Rule of Law and Development Programme (RoLD 2020), organized a RoLD Virtual Forum via Facebook page entitled “Effective and Integrated Criminal Justice Responses to Violence against Women in Thailand,” where legal, public health and human rights experts and academics exchanged their views on current situation and sought solutions for gender-based violence against women in Thailand.
Published: March 20, 2021
A few months ago, Amber Smith was texting her friends about something utterly unimportant - the latest "Real Housewives" episode, she said, or some other small drama. It was the kind of interaction that had been getting her through the pandemic: quick banter, a lot of laughter.
Published: January 29, 2021
Only women need to "stay home" to stem the spread of the coronavirus in the United Kingdom - or at least that's how people interpreted a now-yanked National Health Services campaign.
Published: May 09, 2020
The last time Americans faced an economic crisis, it was called a "Mancession." As millions of people lost their jobs in the Great Recession, 70 percent were men, many in construction and manufacturing.