Search Results for Tag: Germany
They were a happy family – until the Syrian war arrived in Aleppo. Rima A. decided at that point to leave her loved ones and her homeland. Now she lives in Germany and and tells DW her memories of the war.
Date17.07.2017 | 15:04
TagsAleppo, Damascus, Frankfurt, Germany, Mediterranean sea, refugees, Syria, women refugees, women's rights
I have a daughter who is 17 months old. She is bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and full of wonder, usually running in the face of danger and always in search of adventure. As her mum, I love her free spirit even though it is tiring to chase after her when she ventures away from the playground in search of something more. Raising her away from the land I was raised in has brought about its own set of challenges.
Date01.07.2017 | 15:05
Tags#Parenting, children, Germany, grand parents, motherhood, mum, perfectionist, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, women's rights
Berlin’s government wants to ban sexist ads across the city after three districts set out similar plans. Advertisers say the issue is irrelevant, but local politicians say misogynist advertising influences children.
Date21.06.2017 | 13:58
Tags#sexism, Berlin, consumerism, Discrimination, exploitation, Germany, misogyny, pornography, women's rights, womentalkonline
I just knew I had to follow the smile in his golden eyes into the sunset. It involved jumping on a plane, while barely knowing the inner workings of his soul or where on Google’s map he lived. It involved a great deal of bravery, a trusting heart, money I wasn’t sure I had, faith the size of a mustard seed and a spirit of adventure.
Date20.06.2017 | 10:44
Tagsexpat, Germany, marriage, marriage system, Rights, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, Women talk online, women's rights
Can Muslim women and men pray together as equals? In Berlin, a liberal mosque housed in a Protestant church just opened. Many people are pleased, but not everyone. DW’s Sabine Kinkartz reports.
Date17.06.2017 | 13:36
Tagsactivist, Berlin, faith, Germany, Ibn Rushd-Goethe Mosque, muslim, Sabine Kinkartz, Seyran Ates, women's rights