Studio MM has designed a rich online reading experience for #AsEquals – a series of articles about women’s rights and gender inequality
How Donald Trump, the Women’s March and social media have prompted a wave of books celebrating inspiring female role models
Penguin and Waterstones have opened a pop-up book shop selling works by women writers to mark International Women’s Day on March 8 and the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. Like a Woman is open in Shoreditch from March 5 to March 9. The shop stocks work by female writers and activists […]
February 13 is World Radio Day, and to mark the occasion UNESCO has released five radio spots which highlight unfair treatment experienced by female athletes in media coverage
Based in East London, 23 Code Street is a coding school exclusively for women. We speak to founder Anisah Osman Britton about the school’s novel business model, how it is helping women from marginalised groups and providing technical training to those in impoverished parts of the world
‘Poster Girls’, a new exhibition at the London Transport Museum, looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.
Photographer Harley Weir has created a series of portraits and short films for Chanel and i-D celebrating the work of five creative women – from a beat poet to a dancer, a sound artist, a photographer and an actress
Consumers are rising up against gender clichés in everything from fashion to toys, yet when it comes to drinks marketing, whiskey will always be for men and rosé for women. Isn’t it time for a change?