‘Ever heard of a woman cameraman?’: why female cinematographers get overlooked

Mudbound’s Rachel Morrison has just become the first woman ever nominated for an Oscar for cinematography. The recognition is long overdue

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Women in film: which female directors deserve an Oscar?

Tell us what 2017 films by women directors should be nominated for awards – and what has to change to ensure female directors recognition

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Gender gaps among high-skilled professionals: the case of US lawyers

Authors: Ghazala Azmat (Sciences Po), Rosa Ferrer (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) Even among high-skilled professionals, there remain big differences between men and women in their earnings and career progression. These... Read more »

Gender Matters: Mainstreaming Women, Peace and Security at NATO

By KATHARINE WRIGHT Against a dusty backdrop, three Afghan girls with colourful scarfs covering their faces huddle together. As the camera zoom in, we see a tear fall down... Read more »

Female-Run Restaurant Bends Back Social Barriers in Pakistan’s Quetta

Restaurants aren’t a rare sight in Hazara town, a middle-income neighborhood in the western Pakistani city of Quetta, but there’s one that has caught the attention of many. Subtle... Read more »