New research from Adidas has revealed the hidden inequalities young women and girls face within sports.
Despite global efforts to eradicate FGM, it remains prevalent in many parts of the world, particularly in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
Boys are the main source of parents’ concern, and maybe rightly so. 69 per cent of boys aged 9–17 report that they play daily, while only 15%–19% of the girls do the same.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
The study is an important first step in understanding the neurobiology of binge eating disorder and how it differs between the sexes.
- Education & Learning
High Achievement Cultures May Kill Students’ Interest in Maths, Especially for Girls – New Research Shows
High national maths achievement combined with societal pressures may contribute to how well girls and boys like maths.
The impact of violence on women and girls around the world bring with it disparate contortions of grotesque violence.