Serena Kutchinsky / December 17, 2014
©Dave Thompson/PA Wire/Press Association Images It’s been almost 45 years since the Equal Pay Act was passed in 1970. Yesterday, MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of passing the Equal Pay...
Serena Kutchinsky / December 10, 2014
This new play on austerity tackles the identity crisis at heart of Labour, but suffers from a similar lack of focus
Serena Kutchinsky / October 20, 2014
A speech at this year's One Young World Summit, revealing the winner of their essay competition
Serena Kutchinsky / October 16, 2014
We should stop debating egg freezing and start giving women access to it
These fertility-based soirees are currently all the rage among single women in New York City
New research claims it will be at least another 60 years before this enduring inequality is eradicated
Is the scarcity of women in leadership due to a lack of commitment on our own behalf?
Does gender equality trigger gender violence? A controversial new report suggests that certain EU nations might be experiencing a backlash
New research shows that women find men who share the domestic duties less attractive