March 8, 2013 is an opportunity to reflect upon the work of women activists, past and present, and to consider the work still left to do to advance the cause of women's equality.
On the occasion of International Women's Day, we ask: Are more women making it to the top in Canada? And what does that mean for the 100 per cent?
The fight for women's equality will continue to be an important struggle in the new formation.
Women are not only getting more and more educated, they also represent the majority of university students. But not everywhere. Economics is one of the rare fields in which women remain a minority.
In honour of International Women's Day 2012, Toronto musician and activist Ayesha Adhami pays tribute to women and children who are victims of violence, with a message of empowerment and hope.
On This Day
March 8 is IWD but how did it all get started?
Sexism under the microscope as Annemieke Farenhorst talks about the lack of women scientists.
Desperation, coupled with the growing influence of neo-liberal discourse, has led mainstream feminism to look for empowerment where there is none.
Nov 10, 2011 to Nov 11, 2011
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Shanti Dairiam, Founder of International Women's Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific, speaks about women's global and local organizing for human rights.
Redeye speaks with Jessica Yee, editor of a new book that aims to reclaim feminism from the academy and bring it back to the reality of the lives of young women fighting for equal rights today.