Imagine this. Suddenly, one day you are accused of practicing witchcraft and are forced to live in isolation by society. You are accused of bewitching a neighbor’s child or of crop failure. You are forced to eat human excreta. Or you are tortured, attacked, doused with gasoline or beaten to death following the forced accusations.
Date24.04.2018 | 13:36
Tagsgender inequality, nepal, poverty, Preeti Shakya, supertitious, Violence against women, widow, witch, witchcraft, women, women's rights
WHEN Jessica Cox pumps petrol at the gas station, people usually stare because she does it with her feet.
Date24.04.2018 | 13:17
Tagsdisability, Elle Wong, International Child Amputee Network, Jessica Cox, Oprah Winfrey, taekwondo, University of Arizona, women's rights
For the first time in 35 years, Saudis can go to the movies again in their country, part of a drive to modernize the arch-conservative desert kingdom. Saudi blogger Dahlia Rahaimy told DW how important the reforms are.
Date21.04.2018 | 12:52
TagsDahlia Rahaimy, Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron, Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi, saudi arabia, women's rights