Lack of Female Representation at Davos Shows Gap in Global Leadership

February 23, 2018
Another World Economic Forum (WEF) has come and gone, but something was missing amongst heads of state and business leaders: women.

Security Roundtable: Women, Peace and Security expert, Cynthia Enloe

February 16, 2018
In this second part of our Security Roundtable interview series, Our Secure Future speaks with expert Cynthia Enloe to examine United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, learn about challenges in t

The Women of V-Day: How local activists effect change in their communities

February 12, 2018
Every day, women around the world are creating positive change in their communities, whether it means battling gender-based violence, fighting climate change, or combatting human trafficking.  These initiatives—and the women that lead them—show us how women are affecting change through their

“Science is Not a Boy’s Game”: Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science

February 06, 2018
“Science is not a boy's game, it's not a girl's game. It's everyone's game. It's about where we are and where we're going.  Space travel benefits us here on Earth. And we ain't stopped yet. There's more exploration to come."- Nichelle Nichols
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Rosa Parks and the Women Behind the Civil Rights Movement

January 30, 2018
While many remember Rosa Parks as the women who catalyzed desegregation protests by boycotting public transportation with discriminatory ordinances in Montgomery, Alabama, she was not the only woman to refuse to give up her seat.   The women and men who successfully ended segregated bus