Seven women who were among the first females to be admitted to a British university have been awarded posthumous degrees 150 years after they started their studies.
Women across Switzerland have gone on strike, burned bras and blocked traffic in a day of demonstrations to demand fairer pay, more equality and an end to sexual harassment and violence.
Hundreds of women are to take over Holyrood at a special event aimed at boosting the number of females involved in politics.
Women in politics have been reflecting on Theresa May’s impact as a female leader in “a man’s world” following her resignation.
Inspirational lives of the women who shaped Scotland hailed at last as writer gives a fresh voice to neglected heroines
HISTORY is written not only by the victors but, more often than not, it seems, by the men.
A PROTEST has been planned in Edinburgh one year after the introduction of the two-child benefit policy.
FORMER Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has revealed she received three death threats in six years as she backed a campaign urging Twitter to do more to stop online abuse.