This year’s theme is #PledgeForParity, recognising the need to accelerate gender quality across all cultures in education and the workplace.
Laura Bates of Everyday sexism discusses societal expectations reinforced by the media of female body image and how women should act.
I call myself a feminist edited by Victoria Pepe, Rachel Holmes, Amy Annette, Alice Stride, Martha Mosse
Twenty-five women under 30, from a variety of backgrounds, write about what it means to be a feminist in 2015.
Sophia Amoruso charts her rocky path to becoming the founder and CEO of Nasty Gal, a successful fashion empire.
I am Malala: the girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai and Christine Lamb
Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-winning Nobel Prize laureate, writes about her campaign for every girl’s right to an education.
Distinguished novelist presents the argument: What does ‘feminism’ mean today? See Chimamanda’s TED Talk on YouTube:
Egyptian feminist calls on her experiences working as a doctor, witnessing prostitution, honour killings and sexual abuse, that could be prevented by an increase in girl’s education.
Bohney draws on global research to suggest how organisations can implement gender equality.
Detailed analysis of female oppression experienced the Middle East, propagated by a political and economic system that treats women as second-class citizens in many North African countries.
A humorous and heavily visual book addressing how women have been put into the “Dustbin of History”.