Search Results for Tag: Violence against women
Asian maids reveal the details of human trafficking in Morocco. They came to work but were exploited and abused.
Date02.12.2017 | 16:54
Domestic violence is a widespread problem in Russia and some forms of abuse have now been decriminalized. Tatoo artist, Yevgeniya Zakhar, is helping victims hide their scars.
Date29.11.2017 | 19:44
Tags#orangetheworld, Abuse, domestic violence, russia, tatoo, Violence against women, women's rights
All over the world demonstrations have been held on November 25, wich is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It is followed by 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence that will end on December 10, which is Human Rights Day.
Date29.11.2017 | 19:28
Posting under #MeToo, a growing number of women around the world have begun speaking out about sexual assault. But not many people are talking about it in Berlin. That should change, says DW columnist Gero Schliess.
Date28.11.2017 | 15:15
Online abuse against women has real life consequences including self-censorship and psychological damage. An international survey shows nearly one in four women have experienced such abuse, including physical threats.
Date25.11.2017 | 12:41
Tagsonline abuse, physical threats, sexual assault, sexual harassment, Social media, Violence against women, women's rights
Too many times I have been told to dress “right”. Often times I have been asked if I dressed a certain way to gain more “male attention” or to be more precise, to “tease men”. Every day, I am reminded that if I stay out too late, I could “invite trouble”. The list goes on.
Date25.11.2017 | 9:58
Tagsnepal, Preeti Shakya, rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, victim blaming, Violence against women, women's rights
If any proof were needed of the dire state of gender equality in Cambodia and of violence against women, the death of San Sreylai is the perfect example. On October 15, 2017, as San was exiting a beauty clinic in Phnom Penh, her estranged husband shot her dead. He turned the gun on himself immediately after.
Date11.11.2017 | 12:28
TagsCambodia, intimate relationship, San Sreylai, sexual violence, The Voice, victim blaming, Violence against women, women's rights