Sandi Toksvig, Naomi Wolf and Mary Robinson are among the names in the line-up for the 10th Women of the World (WOW) Festival next year.
International Women’s Day
It has been a year since Ellie House became a mother on International Women’s Day. Here she explains how incredible women have helped her on the journey.
As Scotland’s first female bishop, the Rt Reverend Anne Dyer is as determined as ever to make a difference
It’s unseasonably warm as sunlight streams through the windows at Marischal College, and Anne Dyer tilts her face to the rays.
Gwyneth Paltrow paid tribute to her two mothers-in-law to mark International Women’s Day.
Mark Ronson has credited Amy Winehouse with making him the man he is on International Women’s Day.
Emmerdale star Jane Cox has said she will “shed more than a few tears” when filming her final scenes as Lisa Dingle, who has been diagnosed with a terminal heart condition.
Richard Herring’s humorous charity drive to tackle domestic violence has raised tens of thousands.
Former Pop Idol winner Michelle McManus has spoken of the “trauma” she experienced after being hit with a guitar case two years ago.
Feminist writer and activist Scarlett Curtis has said the “collective identity” of the movement for women’s rights gave her a reason to live.
Rose McGowan has said she doubts Harvey Weinstein will face “justice” and would prefer it if he simply “fell off the planet”.
Richard Herring is once again raising money for charity on International Women’s Day by answering a predictable question on Twitter: “When is International Men’s Day?”
Video: P&J reporter Philippa Gerrard found out what’s being done to bring gender balance to our roads
Arriving at the King Street bus depot, the place is impressive.
Emmerdale stars and crew members have spoken of their joy at working on a female-only episode of the soap, which airs on International Women’s Day.
Dua Lipa has questioned why it has taken so long for the world to pay attention to female artists who are “screaming real loud” for success.
There is much more work to be done in the quest for gender equality, actress Amber Heard has said at an event for International Women’s Day.
Annie Lennox has said she does not feel she is “coming in as a white saviour” when helping charities such as Comic Relief, as she discussed recent comments made by Labour MP David Lammy.
An annual march for gender equality will be held inside for the first time after organisers resolved to adopt a rally format featuring speeches, music and a panel discussion.
An episode of Emmerdale starring only female cast members and created by women will air on International Women’s Day next year.
On International Women’s Day, the only all-male council in Scotland has pledged to do more to ensure women’s voices are heard.
A north-east MSP has delivered an emotional “salute” to brave sexual harassment victims - and said: “I was one of you”.
The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen marked International Women’s Day yesterday by presenting honorary degrees to influential women.
Comedian Richard Herring has raised more than £80,000 for domestic violence support charity Refuge as part of an International Women’s Day campaign.
BBC staff have gathered outside Broadcasting House on International Women’s Day to call for equal pay.
An international music college has abolished all-male composer concerts.
International Women’s Day takes place annually on March 8, and who better to inspire you than the image of Rosie the Riveter?
Adele was the most streamed female UK artist on Deezer in the last year, figures have shown.
Emma Watson is to become the first guest editor of National Geographic’s Instagram account.
Moray Council’s most senior female employee has pledged to reduce the gender pay gap as part of a multimillion pound vision for the area.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor has said she wants her sons to grow up politically aware.
Britain is committed to building a world where women and girls can realise their true potential, and where their contributions towards peace, stability and economic development are valued and encouraged.
Chancellor Philip Hammond will today use his Budget to mark the upcoming centenary of legislation that first gave women the right to vote.
It’s International Women’s Day on 8th March 2017 and The Press and Journal has partnered with Malmaison Aberdeen Spa to give one lucky winner the opportunity to honour a truly special woman.