What’s the situation of women’s and girl’s rights in your country? Gang rape, child marriage, witch hunts, domestic violence, gender bias, glass ceiling, pay gap, discrimination…
Date01.02.2018 | 13:53
The first Breast Cancer Awareness Month was conceived back in 1985 in the United States. It has since become a tradition in many countries worldwide to designate the month of October for education and awareness raising programs about the importance of early detection and treatment of breast cancer as well as palliative care.
Date30.10.2017 | 16:56
A black skirt and a red sweater; cargo shorts and t-shirt; a striped sundress. The last one belonged to a six year-old.
“What Were You Wearing: Survivor Art Installation” was a powerful exhibition that paired 18 outfits with stories from real sexual assault survivors about their experiences. Although hosted by an American university, many survivors of sexual assault can attest to being asked this very question regardless which part of the world they’re from.
Date12.10.2017 | 15:26
A recent protest called Power to the Peepee saw women from five cities in the Netherlands posting pictures of themselves on Instagram trying to answer nature’s call at men’s urinals. They were reacting to the case of a woman who was fined EUR 90 for public urination in a place in Amsterdam where there was no toilet available for women.
Date30.09.2017 | 12:48
TagsAmsterdam, Power to the Peepee, public facilities, public toilets, women's health, women's rights, womentalkonline
This Sunday Germans will be going to the poll. The chancellor candidate from the party that will win will become the new chancellor. The incumbent Angela Merkel is widely expected to regain her position and head the country for another four years, which would mean 16 years at the helm.
Date22.09.2017 | 15:25
In collaboration with Eyeem, DW invited photographers to share images that offer an insight into the lives of women around the world. This one was taken in Nepal by Mary Crist Martinez.
Date02.05.2017 | 9:14
Tagsdisrimination, gender inequality, Hemja, Mary Christ Martinez, nepal, Pokharra, women, women's rights
In collaboration with EyeEm, DW invited photographers to share images that offer an insight into the lives of women around the world. This one was taken in Laos by Ferdinand Henke.
Date25.04.2017 | 7:39
Tags#sexism, Buddhism, Ferdinand Henke, gender equality, laos, Luang Prabang, sexist, women's rights