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.
This Valentine’s, forget cliché gifts like flowers and roses.
The past 12 months have been a giant kick in the teeth for women – from the unearthing of the shocking gender pay gap statistics to the wave of sexual harassment and abuse allegations in recent months.
“I don’t base my unhappiness on somebody else’s opinion”
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan say ‘yes’…
‘I worry for you girls’ Prince William has made mental health a priority in recent years, teaming up with his brother Prince Harry and wife Kate Middleton to form Heads Together, a charity not only tackling the effects of mental health but also the stigma around it.
Increasingly, the rich and famous are turning to women for this role.