Eight of England's largest arts employers reduced their gender pay gaps last year, with Arts Council England ending the year with a small gap in favour of women.
In 2019, women will make up 47 per cent of playwrights and 58 per cent of directors on our mainstages — a radical turn around from just a decade ago.
27 European Member States and Norway have signed a declaration to encourage women to play an active and prominent role in the digital and technology sectors. They will work closely with the public and private sectors and civil society to achieve equality in tech.
The recent external evaluation undertaken by the Multilateral Organization Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN), an independent body of 18 countries*, underlines that UNESCO’s progress in mainstreaming gender throughout its operations is particularly strong.
Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney analysed 15 of Australia’s most influential news sites for the gender representations across various indicators, including the gender of the journalist/s, sources cited, photographers, and subject/s of the photos. They also examined whether a journalist's gender had an impact on the gender of the sources they quoted in news stories.
Why do Brazilian women artists set higher auction records than their male counterparts?