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Work, not sex? The real reason Chinese women bound their feet

Category: It`s interesting to know 


It was an excruciatingly painful practice that maimed the feet of millions of Chinese girls and women for centuries: foot-binding.

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Chelsea Clinton to Publish Children’s Book, ‘She Persisted’

Category: Culture 


Chelsea Clinton will release a children’s picture book on inspirational American women titled “She Persisted.”

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Congo doctor Denis Mukwege named among TIME 100 most influential people

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Nobel-prize nominated Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege, who treats war rape victims, was named by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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U.S. woman launches bid to become president … of Somalia

Category: Gender in the world 


“Men have led Somalia for 25 years and they’ve never done anything,” says Anab Dahira, medical clinic interpreter and 42-year-old mother of six living in St. Cloud, Minnesota

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The inspiring story of how Venus Williams helped win equal pay for women players at Wimbledon

Category: Sport 


Until 2007, women champions at the legendary tennis tournament won a smaller cash prize than the men champions

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The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education and Trends in Marital Dissolution

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Christine R. Schwartza

One possible consequence is the growing number of marriages in which wives have more education than their husbands....

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For Kosovo's Wartime Rape Victims, The Answer Is: Maybe Forever

Category: Gender based violence 

Amra Zejneli

Jeta and her daughters are among an estimated 20,000 women and girls who were subjected to organized gang-rapes by Serbian and Yugoslav forces during the 16-month Kosovo War

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Will Helen Clark be the first woman to run the UN?

Category: Gender in the world 

Jane Martinson

As prime minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark brushed off criticism of her sex. Could she become the first woman to run the United Nations?

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To End Violence Against Women, Work with Men

Category: Gender based violence 

Jeni Klugman

25, this International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, they remind us that social norms that tolerate or even encourage violence can change—and that working with men and boys...

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Interview: Author Says Sex-Selection Crisis In South Caucasus 'Just As Bad As In China'

Category: Gender in Caucasus 


Since around 2000, sex-selective abortion has taken off in the Caucasus countries -- in Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia -- also in parts of the Balkans

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Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


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In China women 'hold up half the sky' but can't touch the political glass ceiling

62 men and 2 women – ruling party announces mayor candidates

Europe at heart of Emmanuel Macron's Left-Right government with gender parity and female defence minister


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Swedish politicians visit in WIC



Child sex abuse live streams rising at 'alarming rate' amid surge in 'cybersex trafficking'

More than 40 million people trapped in slavery: new global estimate

France arrests at least two people a day for buying sex under new law - charity


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