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 Tea companies have agreed to slow mechanization after Kenya protests – but for how long?

BY allan olingo

New federal report calls out clinical trials for excluding pregnant women

BY erica hensley

While many Black women in US abandon hair relaxers linked to cancer, sales climb in African countries

BY Susan smith richardson & agatha gichana

Why Heart Disease Research Still Favors Men

by maggie fox

New Hope for Pakistan’s Mistreated Workers

BY louise donovan

This Trans Day of Visibility, trans journalists push for better coverage of their communities

By hanisha harjani

Fuller Reflections

“Egyptian Made” exposes layered systems that keep women out of work

reporting areas

Economy & Labor

Nearly Three Decades of Data on Women in Construction is Missing — Here’s How That Could Change

Environment & Climate Change

Natural disasters raise risk of domestic violence


Why Heart Disease Research Still Favors Men


Iran’s New—Even Worse—Hijab Era Has Begun


Following The Fuller Project’s reporting, U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) officials added uterine cancer to the list of conditions covered by the government program that monitors and treats those who lived and worked in Ground Zero.

Following our reporting on discriminatory practices in VC funding California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring venture capitalists to disclose the gender and race of the founders they fund.

After investigating the exploitation of women sorters working for the U.S. essential oils company doTERRA, their abusive supplier left the country and the women formed their own cooperative.

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It will take 286 years to reach full gender equality at the current rate of progress.

(Source: UN)

Less than


Less than 1% of news stories in India, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, the UK and the US cover gender equality issues.

(Source: Missing Perspectives Report)