Plans to use superhero in an honorary role in empowerment campaign to fight for gender equality prompted criticism that the choice sent the wrong messages.
Women’s Hour judges divided by choice of former Conservative prime minister, but even dissenters conceded that ‘she redefined power’.
That shattering sound wasn’t the “highest and hardest” glass ceiling, after all. For female supporters of the Democratic Party, it was their hopes of having a female president in 2017.
Comic book heroine Wonder Woman is to be named as a new honorary ambassador for the United Nations (UN)
Research by Dr Anna Wilkinson from the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences features on a prime-time BBC television series, Ingenious Animals.
The Back2Science Fellowship scheme at the University of Lincoln has received national recognition at the ARMA 25th Anniversary conference.
"I don't know if I would have believed you if you had told me two years ago before I made my HeForShe speech that we might have the first female President of the United States..."
Today sees more than 250 girls around the world taking over the jobs of presidents, mayors, head teachers and business leaders in a 24-hour stunt to call for greater gender equality.
Women have won the fight for equality. Now they should use their power to help the boys