Rachel Lankester writes about her day on the Women’s March on Washington and why she believes now is the time for women to stand up and really make a difference.
Dr. Viola Kanevsky organised a bus to get demonstrators from New York to the Women’s March on Washington. She shares her impressions of the day.
Does your liver need to recover from all the parties, booze and festive fun? Here are some top tips for dry January and how to make it through the month.
Alana Kirk champions the midlife rebels not content to be put in their place that she found at Magnificence in Midlife & Beyond.
Rae Ritchie looks back at Jane Fonda’s life of activism, her contribution to the debate on ageing and the contradictions she has dodged. What a life!
Identity theft and fraud are massive issues growing every day. Here’s what you need to know and some top tips on how to protect yourself .
A review of the fabulous Magnificence in Midlife & Beyond event held in London on 12 November 2016. The Muttoneers had a blast!
A look at the lack of women in science and how Cancer Research UK and the Women of Influence Campaign are working to change that.
The What Women Want 2.0 survey is seeking a million women to answer the question: what do you want? And so change the world! Have your say!
Currently millions of girls are ‘invisible’ to governments and policy makers because vital data is not being recorded about their lives.
Imogen Wilson writes about the devastating drought affecting Timor-Leste and why its people need us to take notice of their plight.
Rachel Lankester rues the day the UK voted to leave the EU and looks at the impact it will have on British young people and their fellow Europeans.
Carla Stockton highlights job search age discrimination in an open letter to the latest in a line of young recruiters who rejected her.
A recent survey found women know more than men about selling used cars. Here’s what you need to know to get the best price for your car.
Pam Kenworthy makes the case for why British women are better off being part of the European Union and should vote to stay in the June 23rd EU Referendum.
Annwen Jones of Target Ovarian Cancer tells us what we need to know about ovarian cancer, its symptoms and treatment, and why we need to talk about it.
By Rachel Lankester. Telling the world about the plight of the Yazidis. I spent last weekend at the WOW Festival and realised I hadn’t fulfilled…
Fiona Hotson Moore says more needs to be done to get more women on boards and in senior executive roles in quoted companies.
In October 2015 Kulvinder Jhalli decided to use part of her Greek holiday to help the refugees in Lesbos. Here she tells us what it was like.
A look at the amazing day of the Iceland women’s strike when 90% of women in Iceland stopped work to call for equal rights.
A review of the magnificent retrospective of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s work at the Royal Academy in London.
By MC Staff. All children should be able to learn without fear Some 62 million girls worldwide don’t go to school and violence is…
We’ve watched with increasing horror the tragedy unfolding in the Mediterranean, as desperate migrants die trying to escape war. MOAS is helping.
By Pam Kenworthy OBE. There’s been a flurry of interest in the news recently around the vexed issue of the “gender pay gap” focussing…
By MC staff. Earlier this year Ellen Pao lost her huge lawsuit against her former employer, venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers,…
China pollution documentary shocks the people and upsets authorities In March 2015, an incredible film appeared about pollution in China. It was made by a…