For years, the games industry was dominated by men and the Western world. But, increasingly, companies are seeking out new target audiences and successfully developing games for niche markets.
According to common stereotypes, women are better at languages and history, while men are better at chemistry and math. But are these categorizations based on fact?
Despite on-field progress, 95 percent of football's leadership roles are filled by men. Many clubs and associations resist quotas aimed at changing that, but Norway's example shows there's another way.
The automation of work and early pregnancy are most likely to impact a woman's lifetime earning potential, according to recent reports on women's health and welfare. Rising economies in Asia could be most affected.
Ahead of the World Cup in France, Germany's women's national team have hit back against stereotypes with a powerful campaign. The hard-hitting video has received widespread praise for its message of female empowerment.
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