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#Beboldforchange. This is the motto of this year’s International Women’s Day. The motto itself suggests that change is not something which can be made easily. Are we the ones who boldly need to make the change? Or do we just have to boldly accept changes? What does making bold changes entail?
Date08.03.2017 | 19:01
Tags#Beboldforchange, Australia, Bhutan, Germany, India, International Women's Day, Malaysia, nepal, USA, women's rights, womentalkonline
When I take a look around the world on “International Women’s Day” I am filled with horror. Millions of my fellow women are fighting for sheer survival. Fighting for a life free from permanent violence, free from fear of their male surroundings. Fighting for an independent existence on a par with the male part of the population. And they are doing all this without much real hope of immediate success.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:28
Tagsgender equality, gender stereotypes, Germany, International Women's Day, paygap, stereotypes, women, women's rights, womentalkonline
Women’s Day isn’t much of a thing in Germany. This is a pity considering that the holiday is the perfect occasion to highlight how far the country has come – and what still needs to change in terms of gender equality.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:27
TagsFGM, gender equality, Germany, International Women's Day, paygap, Vladimir Putin, womentalkonline, World Health Organization
When I heard about the theme for Women’s Day this year, ‘Be bold for change,’ I thought, ‘Oh, wow that’s so cool.’ Actually, that’s my general reaction to most things. But then I gave it more thought, especially about how change has affected my life, world politics and just about everything.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:24
Tags#Beboldforchange, Angela Merkel, change, Europe, Germany, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, womentalkonline
Date14.02.2017 | 14:03
TagsGermany, Love trumps Hate, Peter Weir, Picknick at Hanging Rock, Roman Empire, Valentin Rasputin, Valentina Tereshkova, Valentine of Terni, Valentine's Day, Verona
Angela Merkel’s decision to again be a candidate for German chancellor presents many new opportunities, says DW’s Kay-Alexander Scholz. She could be the right person to provide an answer to the rising tide of populism.
Date22.11.2016 | 15:08
Date29.10.2016 | 20:51
TagsApple queen, Bavarian sausage queen, Beauty queen, beer quee, Fair queen, fashion, Germany, Heather queen, Mountain pasture queen, Rose queen, Strawberry queen, wine queen, women