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A woman was one of the culprit of the San Bernardino shooting, which caused the death of 14 people on Wednesday December 2. What moves a woman to commit mass murder? Another question that popped up in the news this week: should a teenage rapist get a second chance? Read on!
Date22.12.2015 | 12:13
TagsAIDS, beauty, HIV, India, International day for elimination of violence against women, Kerem Demirbay, New Delhi, Pakistan, rape, San Bernardino, saudi arabia, Tashfeen Malik, teenate rapist, women, women's rights, womensrights
Women have been treated unfairly and even cruelly just because they are in a very vulnerable position and cannot fight for their rights. Follow the news about women’s rights in DW and Women Talk Online!
Date14.11.2015 | 16:40
Tagsdowry, equal pay day, glas ceiling, India, India's Daughter, Justin Trudeau, New Delhi, rape, rape kit, sexual harassment, women's rights, womensrights
The Indian Cinema, or Bollywood as most commonly referred to, is gaining popularity worldwide. Bollywood films are watched in almost every country and its silver screen actors have become brand ambassadors the world over; several of them are making their way to Hollywood now. Bollywood music and dances have entertained audiences and catchy songs called ‘item numbers’ have been a part of their movies.
Date07.11.2015 | 14:09
Tags#sexualviolence, Arundhati Roy, Ayesha Khan, Bollywood movies, Deepika Padukone, Fevicol Se, gang rape, Hollywood, India, India's Daughter, item numbers, Kareena Kapoor, Leslee Udwin, Lovel, New Delhi, pornography, rape, vulgarity, vulgarity on screen, women's rights activist, womensrights
Why is fighting FGM so hard? What has to change before women and girls are not threatened anymore by this crime? Read more here and other news about women that made it to the headlines.
Date07.11.2015 | 11:54
Tags#ConsentIs, #endFGM, creepshot, egypt, female genital mutilation, FGM, gang rape, India, Kenya, New Delhi, rape, sanitary pads, Tahrir Square, taliban, Uber
Polish artist, Agata Oleksiak, also known as Olek, uses bright colored crochet artworks as installations in cities to highlight political and cultural issues. Recently, Olek was in Delhi as a part of the St+art Festival, decorating a homeless shelter with her crochet installation. Local women assisted Olek to create a 40ft x 30 ft yarn to bring attention to the night shelter in Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi. Olek, a self-taught crochet artist uses her work to express her support of women’s rights, sexual equality and freedom of expression. WTO Blogger Roma Rajpal Weiß asked her a few questions about her project and experience in India.
Date17.04.2015 | 12:49
TagsAgata Oleksiak, crochet, crochet installation, India, New Delhi, Noida, Roma Rajpal Weiß, Sarai Kale Khan, Street Art Festival