What we end up showing the world is the version of ourselves we actually like, rather than the full picture of who we are.
While every day feels like International Women’s Day at Marie Claire, March 8 is officially recognized as IWD across the globe. The day is a celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and a call-to-action to progress gender parity.
Looks like Prince Charles may have to miss the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child.
It was announced last week that we might be seeing less of Jennifer Lawrence on our screens, with the Red Sparrow actress explaining how she would be putting acting on the back burner to focus on projects closer to her heart, venturing into politics.
The movement, inspired by the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns, has been started by a group of UK-based women in the entertainment industry, working together to challenge sexual harassment, assault and discrimination across all industries and sections of society.
Whether playing visitor in an unknown city or just looking for a local restaurant with a half-decent rating on TripAdvisor, it’s a 21st Century tool that’s become invaluable to our daily lives. And, most importantly, we trust it to give us the right information.
Actress Minnie Driver has just made headlines, publicly stepping down from her role as a global celebrity ambassador for Oxfam in the wake of the charity’s recent sex scandal.
Female tech founder Pip Jamieson is next in our Women Who Win series, giving us some insight into how tough you have to be to hack it as a woman in the tech industry…
Technology is moving at a terrifying pace, with many of us now depending on bots (voice assistants) to provide us with instant information on the go.
The latest company to reveal its gender pay gap is global taxi company, Uber, who it was announced pays male drivers on average 7% more than its female drivers.