May 15, 2019
The Plight of Indonesia’s Homeworkers
By Jack Britton
Indonesian homeworkers are engaging in collective action to gain legal recognition, but it's an uphill battle.
February 23, 2019
Japan Eyes a Diplomatic Upgrade
By Daniel Hurst
Foreign Minister Taro Kono told parliament that the country needs to overhaul its foreign ministry workforce.
December 03, 2018
Female Delivery Drivers Breaking Patriarchal Barriers in India
By Adnan Bhat
Breaking down one more barrier to women's employment in India.
December 05, 2017
Bangladesh Empowers Women
By Sajeeb Wazed
Under South Asia's only female prime minister, the country is investing heavily in its women and girls.
March 07, 2017
Asia’s Rice Paper Ceiling Still Intact
By Anthony Fensom
Asian countries continue to score poorly on gender equality, to the detriment of their economies.
January 26, 2017
What’s Ailing Womenomics?
By V. Ayano Ogawa
Despite government efforts, cultural pressures continue to dissuade many women in Japan from joining the workforce.
December 01, 2016
Women Will Save Japan
By Ankit Panda
Improving women's political and economic participation will be central to preserving Japan's status as a global heavyweight.
August 26, 2016
The Struggles of South Korea’s Working Women
By Darcie Draudt
How structural barriers impede South Korean women from joining the workforce.
August 17, 2016
India's Twin Labor Reforms
By K.S. Venkatachalam
Two historic pieces of legislation aim to abolish child labor and provide relief to India's working women.
December 10, 2015
China's Attack on Feminism? Not Quite.
By David Volodzko
The complicated outlook for women's rights in China.
December 09, 2015
Does China Need Its Own 'Womenomics'?
By Harry Krejsa and Maryam Janani
Japan and China both need women in the workforce to boost their economies, but they are moving in opposite directions.
October 06, 2015
When Womenomics Meets Reality
By Emily S. Chen
The Japanese government can make structural changes, but cultural attitudes are proving stubborn.