We met with some women to discuss the issues surrounding women in the digital industry. The offered suggestion on how best we could improve the representation and population of women in the industry…
The Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona has reported that the wage gap between Catalan men and women remain at 19% this year. Catalan men earns on average a 53,8% more than women, similarly in Balears and País Valencià…
Think Tinder is still the hottest dating app? Get with the programme. New dating app Spark launches this weekend and they’ve been counting down the days on their website with some rather some nice London-centric photos to get us all in the mood for lurve…
Two Catalans, Laia Sanz and Marc Coma, made history this weekend at the end of the Dakar Rally 2015. The 29 year-old Catalan rider, Laia Sanz, finished the race in ninth position, the best place for a woman of all time. Motorbike rider Marc Coma won his fifth Dakar, equalling the five titles of French drivers Cyril Neveu and Cyril Despres…
Women’s football was huge during World War One, drawing crowds of 53,000 even after the war had ended. So why did it disappear so dramatically…
Short men make better husbands, and make up in wisdom what they lack in stature, says self-confessed small man, Adam Gopnik.
Are you more the independent type or the nurturing sort? Take this quiz to find out what kind of woman you are!
In the week before Wimbledon, many of the world’s best tennis players are eager to get some last minute competitive practice. But how has the quiet Sussex coastal town of Eastbourne become the place so many of them go to get it?
The mass killing in California last weekend has turned the spotlight on the online world of “pick-up artists” – and anti-“pick-up artists”.
The Economist has created a “glass-ceiling index”, to show where women have the best chances of equal treatment at work.
Previous studies have suggested that men’s sexuality can be judged by their appearance, but a new study shows a similar experiment also works for women too.
Femme Fierce, the largest all-women street art event in the UK, is about to kick off. Here’s our showcase of Britain’s best – Amara Por Dios, Zina, BoxHead, Girls on Top and more
David Weigall describes a period when women emerged in politics as lively petitioners.
During the Civil War, said Clarendon, who lamented its moral ill-effects on the structure of the family, ‘the young women conversed without any circumspection or modesty.’
Today, TED announced that Charmian Gooch, an anti-corruption activist who cofounded the watchdog organization Global Witness, is this year’s winner of the $1 million TED Prize. (Gooch will explain on March 18 how, specifically, she will use the money to make her “wish” for the world a reality.)
Holding the door open for another man is a gesture he might not thank you for, according to researchers at an Indiana university. So which other acts of kindness should men take care to avoid? You’d never guess to look at us, of course, but men are sensitive.
International Women’s Day, like any event that promotes positive discrimination, is accompanied by its fair share of negative remarks.
The earliest Women’s Days were held in the first decade of 20th century.