Women make up only a third of Europe's research staff

European women outnumber men as students on university and postgraduate courses (54%) and as graduates (59%), and the numbers for doctorates are almost the same (48%). However, women are still underrepresented in the research ...

CEOs are hindering LGBTQ+ equality in the workplace

Global acceptance of homosexuality has risen over the past two decades to 72 percent in 2019 from 51 percent in 2002. Despite this, a report from last year found that majority of American LGBTQ+ workers have faced job discrimination.

New wage gap calculator aims to help close earnings gap

The United States has had a federal equal pay law on the books for close to 60 years—and yet some projections estimate it'll be another 30 years before women and men finally earn the same. On Boston's Equal Pay Day on April ...

UN Climate Report: How vulnerable are we, and how can we adapt?

How vulnerable is humanity in the face of climate change? And how have people around the world already been impacted? These are some of the questions to be answered on 28 February by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ...

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