Kenyan Susan Chomba leads the fight against climate change and for the environment in a high-profile role at the World Resources Institute.
New UN Development Programme Study Reveals Nine Out of 10 People Hold at Least One Fundamental Bias Against Women
The Fuller Project’s CEO Xanthe Scharff reflects on UN Development Programme's the new gender social norms study.
750,000 people aged 50-54 are expected to lose food stamp benefits because of spending caps. Most of them will be women.
In Turkey, Erdogan’s government has whittled away women’s rights over 20 years in power, and the country’s women are fed up. “We’re not gone. We are still fighting here.”
Cash advance apps promise women financial freedom, but often leave them trapped in a cycle of debt.
Somaliland's female frankincense workers have set up their own cooperative to take back control after years of low pay and harsh conditions.
Religious women are teaming up with secular feminists to fight back against the government’s growing authoritarianism and receding rights for women in the wake of Sunday’s pivotal elections in Turkey.
India’s push for solar delivers unexpected gains for women in the country’s rural areas.
Economists call the dilemma the “benefits cliff”: get a new job or a promotion, and a rise in income beyond a certain threshold can disqualify people from benefits which they rely on to survive.
Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, pregnant people from Southern states that have banned abortion have flooded North Carolina clinics, overwhelming a nonprofit that helps pay for abortion and related expenses.
The Fuller Project's CEO Xanthe Scharff reflects on World Press Freedom Day.
A decade after Rana Plaza’s collapse, factories are safer but women garment workers face new threats
A decade after Rana Plaza’s collapse killed over 1,100 garment workers in Bangladesh, women in the industry face new threats.
25 years after El Salvador fully outlawed abortion, resulting in more than 50 women being imprisoned, a Latin American human rights court might finally overturn the ban.
The lack of unemployment protections for undocumented women were exacerbated during the pandemic.
Research tells us climate change does not affect everyone equally. At The Fuller Project, our coverage of climate change asks that you turn your attention to the stories of women.
Protesters say U.N. should withdraw aid from Afghanistan rather than give in to Taliban ban on women workers.
The election of Peru’s first female president should have been a triumph. Instead, it’s brought “pain, sadness, frustration, and disappointment”.
Peru’s first female president’s legacy tarnished from the start.