Despite enduring high rates of violence and machismo, women enjoy levels of political representation second only to Scandinavia
When it comes to women general development, Latin American countries don’t stop giving out paradoxes; with the highest levels in particular aspects and the lowest ones in some others.
For Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of ECLAC the redistribution of income and rights begins in the region’s labor market.
The day celebrated the social, economic cultural and political achievements of women around the world.
On New Year’s Day, the island nation became the first in the world to legislate that paying a woman less than a man is illegal
The gender pay gap in Latin America has narrowed more slowly for well-educated women than for others, and the slow pace of change hampers development and progress toward gender equality
Unfortunately, levels of violence against women have increased as they are more empowered.
A United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) report highlights the importance of engaging boys and young men in gender equality movements and reproductive health and rights. Their engagement can help achieve full equality for women in the future and positively impact their lives.
The number of female heads of state and government is just 16.
The discussion around language use could be endless
A recent paper published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln confirms all those old sayings about beauty related to alcohol
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon began Monday his official visit to Argentina with a speech in which said the principal objectives of his work are achieving gender equality and doing something about climate change