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Jim Saksa / Roll Call
Organizations that recruit progressive candidates and train women to run for office say interest swelled in their programs in the immediate aftermath. But, so far, few have gone on to actually seek office.
Wilfred Chan / The Guardian
‘Any mistake can take your life’: the immigrant women working construction in New York Higher pay and appealing schedules are drawing women to the industry, as advocates confront the threat of exploitation
H. Claire Brown / The New York Times
Salary disclosure laws have been a boon for workers searching for jobs that pay fairly — but only when the advertised pay bands are narrow enough to be useful.
Stephanie H. Murray / The Atlantic
European countries’ attempts to get dads to take more paternity leave have had unintended consequences, and sparked debate about the fairest way to divide leave between mothers and fathers.
Stefano Pitrelli and Anthony Faiola / The Washington Post
Feminism remains a hot-button word in Italy. But in fits and starts, the post-Berlusconi years have seen progress toward gender equality. The proportion of women on corporate boards in Italy — 38.8 percent — is now the second highest in the 27-member European Union, behind only France.