Search Results for Tag: womensrights
Love, romance and a dash of heartache have made their stories extremely popular. As Cecelia Ahern publishes her 12th novel, “The Marble Collector,” here are a few more successful writers of the genre.
Date07.11.2015 | 13:04
TagsCecilia Ahern, Charlotte Link, eat pray love, Emily Bronte, empowering women, female peshmerga, Gaby Hauptmann, Hera Lind, Jane Eyre, Katie Fforde, Lord of the Rings, Nicholas Sparks, Rosamunde Pilcher, Utta Danella, women's rights, womensrights
What should you do to live longer than 100 years? We have the ‘right’ recipe for you here. The post with this topic got the most comments from readers this week. Are you one of them? Maybe your comment has been picked for this week’s Comment of the Week. Check out here!
Date07.11.2015 | 11:22
TagsAngela Merkel, Europe, German chancellor, Lampedusa, marriage, refugee crisis, refugees, woman refugee, women's rights, womensrights
Hélène Darroze discovered her love of cooking at an early age. Now she runs two restaurants, has two Michelin stars and has been proclaimed best female chef of the year by a British magazine. What’s her secret? Watch here!
Date07.11.2015 | 2:14
TagsAbuse, empowering girls, empowering women, Europe, female chef, Hélène Darroze, Kigali, Rajasthan, Rwanda, sexual violence, women's rights, womensrights
Are the media making big mistakes in the way they represent women? What about how they ‘show’ violence against women?
Date01.11.2015 | 15:35
Tags#sexualviolence, Ayyan Ali, Media, Roheena Sajid, sexual assault, south asia, women's rights, womensrights
After the Rana Plaza garment factory collapsed in 2013 and killed more than 1,100 people, Germany set up an initiative to improve working conditions in Bagladesh’s clothing industry. DW explores how much progress has been made.
Date01.11.2015 | 14:17
Tagsbangladesh, China, Gerd Mueller, German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Ludo, Rana Plaza, textile industry, textile workers, women's rights, womensrights
What challenges do women face at work? Is it possible to have kids and a successful career? The Thomson Reuters Foundation asked 9,500 women in the G20 countries. DW speaks to the foundation’s CEO, Monique Villa.
Date31.10.2015 | 18:02
“Our hero is not a misogynist, he is not a bigot, he is not a racist and he is very comfortable with strong, highly educated powerful women.” A strong man that respects women is needed in the fight for women’s rights.
Date20.10.2015 | 11:56
TagsDeep Singh, Eileen Alden, Gurpreet Kaur, Roma Rajpal Weiß, Super Sikh, Surpreet Singh Manchanda, taliban, Waheguru, women's rights, womensrights