Women in 2018: the change makers

In 1918, women were granted the right to vote in Britain. A century later, we hear from some of today’s trailblazers: in politics, the arts, science, business and sport

In bringing her case against a high-profile TV star, ‘Xianzi’ is battling sexism, censorship and political pressure

Acclaimed for her performance as a hardline home secretary, the actor says she’s ‘slightly reeling’ from the hit show’s success 

The Nobel Peace Prize winner on her campaign to rebuild Sinjar and resettle the Yazidi population

The campaigners behind the repeal of Ireland’s abortion law on how they won a decades-long battle

The tech executive on gender balance in Silicon Valley and how she makes ‘moonshots’ a reality at X

Her Netflix show ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’ is helping upend the macho hierarchy of food experts

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One of women’s football’s early stars, the broadcaster is now breaking the mould off the pitch

‘I didn’t have a single female professor at graduate school in the mid-1980s and few female classmates too’

The star of the year’s hit comedy continues to call out Hollywood’s sexism and racism

‘Every MP implicated in sexual harassment, bullying and aggression is still an MP’

‘A new generation is asking tougher questions about reconciliation and justice’

The journalist on India’s #MeToo and how a dam of silence collapsed

A Q&A with the founder of the ‘My Stealthy Freedom’ campaign

‘Ask yourself how many millions of women’s voices in history were never heard at all’