Seema Azis is one of the most prominent business leaders in South Asia. However, she is mostly known for her work in improving the education sector of Pakistan. Aziz runs more than 700 English medium schools in Pakistan for the underprivileged.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:26
TagsCare Foundation, children, Education, empower girls, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Lahore, Pakistan, Punjab, school, Seema Azis, Sindh, UNICEF
International Women’s Day celebrates women’s achievements while calling for gender equality. See how women perform in jobs that are often still considered “men’s jobs” and what they have to say.
Date07.03.2017 | 16:47
Tags#Beboldforchange, gender, gender inequality, International Women's Day, paygap, stereotypes, women's rights
Berlin-based Afghan model Zohre Esmaeli initiated a project two years ago aimed at bringing immigrants and Germans together, and promoting understanding of each other’s cultures. DW spoke to the model about her project.
Date27.02.2017 | 15:22
Angela Merkel’s decision to again be a candidate for German chancellor presents many new opportunities, says DW’s Kay-Alexander Scholz. She could be the right person to provide an answer to the rising tide of populism.
Date22.11.2016 | 15:08
Award-winning HIV/AIDS campaigner in Zimbabwe, Martha Tholanah, is calling for the inclusion of minority groups in national reproductive health programs in order to fight stigma and discrimination.
Date31.10.2016 | 15:11
Although she’s spent 30 years in the public eye, many voters still feel they don’t know the real Hillary Clinton. Her biographers say that’s because the Democrat is a complex – and sometimes contradictory – personality.
Date31.10.2016 | 13:23
TagsAngela Merkel, Bill Clinton, Democrat, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Republican, US President
French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier developed so-called “enzyme scissors” for altering DNA quickly, simply, and precisely. The discovery has signaled the start of a new era in genetic Engineering.
Date29.10.2016 | 21:35
TagsDNA, Emmanuelle Charpentier, enzyme scissors, science, women in leadership, women in science, women's rights