Search Results for Tag: womensrights
Date14.01.2016 | 21:42
Tags#ISISchan, Angela Merkel, beauty, beauty pageant, Carrie Fisher, cologne, Harrison Ford, ideal beauty, Indiana Jones, saudi arabia, sexual assault, Star Wars, stewardess, women's rights, womensrights
Cologne was the scene of mass sexual assault on New Year’s Eve. Police say more than 500 complaints have now been filed, with about 40 percent involving sexual offenses. Read more here and check out other news about women that made it to the headlines this week.
Date14.01.2016 | 21:41
TagsChris Gayle, cologne, Congo, endometriosis, female journalist, Haifa, ISIS, Israel, Italy, Mel McLaughlin, menstrual pain, orgasm, Pregnancy, Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, sexual assaults, sexual attacks, Tel Aviv, women's rights, womensrights
On New Years’s Eve, hundreds of men sexually harassed women in public. How could this happen? What are the impacts of group dynamics in such a situation? Dr. Barbara Krahé, a social psychology professor, explains.
Date11.01.2016 | 13:25
Tags#einearmlaenge, #pelecehan, #sexism, #sexual, Barbara Krahé, cologne, deindividuation, mass rape, racism, rapist, sexual aggression, sexual assaults, women's rights, womensrights
More than half of all Indonesians are under the age of 30, but very few can afford a good education. Social entrepreneur Veronica Colondam wants to change that. Her organization, YCAB, provides affordable schooling for the poor. See here!
Date05.01.2016 | 8:58
Tagscareer, children's rights, Education, Education for girls, Indonesia, Jakarta, Veronica Colondam, women's rights, womensrights, YCAB
TIME has named German Chancellor Angela Merkel its ‘Person of the Year’. Merkel is the first woman named Person of the Year in three decades. The New York-based news magazine praised her leadership on a range of issues, including her handling of the refugee crisis and helping keep Greece in the Eurozone.
Date22.12.2015 | 15:36
Tags#refugeeswelcome, Angela Merkel, Europe, first woman, German chancellor, glas ceiling, Person of the Year, refugee crisis, Time magazine, women in politics, women's rights, womensrights
The involvement of a Pakistani woman in the San Bernadino shooting throws light on deep religious differences between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, says Pakistani columnist Nadeem F. Paracha.
Date22.12.2015 | 12:36
TagsBuddhism, Hinduism, Muslim Women, Pakistan, radicalization, radicalized, San Bernardino, saudi arabia, Shiite, Sufi, Sunni, Tashfeen Malik, USA, wahhabism, women's rights, womensrights, Zoroastrianism
The human rights record of Saudi Arabia is far from good. One of the things which makes it bad is the protection of women and their rights. Even though women have been allowed to take part in an election recently for the first time, as voters and as candidates, they are still not allowed to do some things or restricted. And those are things which are considered normal for women in other countries. Here are some of the things.
Date22.12.2015 | 12:34
Tags#allowsaudiwomentodrive, Abuse, burqa, Islamic Law, Olympic game, saudi arabia, women, women vote, women's rights, Women2Drive, womensrights