Why are widows so often omissions of commissions?
Roseline Orwa, Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity at LSE’s International Inequalities Institute and CEO and founder of Rona Foundation, addresses the absence of widows in reporting about women in post-conflict regions.
It takes a village: career choices are influenced by society more than by upbringing
Societal shifts have been responsible for an increased tendency for women to sort into traditional male roles over time, writes LSE's Grace Lordan.
Gender inequality at work and at home: a double whammy for women
Read this article from LSE's Shani Orgad on the LSE Business Review blog, part of a wider series on the blog about gender. You can also read Shani's latest reseach highlight 'Staying Mum'.
Apps and the Gender Gap: why ‘mobile money’ leaves poor women behind
On the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity blog, Anjali Sarker discusses the gender gap in financial access in Bangladesh.
Looking beyond Padman: a need to empower girls during menstruation and puberty
On the South Asia at LSE blog, Ernestina Coast, Joe Strong and Samantha R Lattof discuss the experience of menstruation in India.
Taking #MeToo into global supply chains
Harassment and abuse are widespread among suppliers of multinationals, but better worker representation can offer women a protected voice, write Sarah Ashwin and Naila Kabeer.
Five must-read books...
LSE's South Asia blog presents five must-read books for Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Are we asking the right questions? Reframing peace and security
Christine Chinkin, Centre for Women, Peace and Security, questions the basis on which we talk about war, conflict and women’s experiences.
Tackling Violence Against Women
A blog from the Centre for Women, Peace and Security.
#IWD2019 at the LSE Review of Books
A showcase of women's scholarship across the social sciences and humanities.
Gender bias in peer review – opening up the black box
Read this article on the latest research into gender bias in peer reviews on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog.
Gender pay gap reporting: the agenda for change needs to be broadened and deepened
New on the LSE British Policy and Politics blog, what should change ahead of the second round of gender pay gap reporting in April?
Women know more about politics than you think
How we ask people about their political knowledge is biased to favour men.