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Saudi Arabia allows women to join military

Category: Gender in the world 


The women and their male guardians - usually a husband, father, brother or son - must also have a place of residence in the same province as the job's location

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Davos elite tap Cate Blanchett, Elton John, Shah Rukh Khan for human rights awards

Category: Gender in the world 


Blanchett, an Australian, received a Crystal Award for her work with people who have fled their homes

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H&M closes all its stores in South Africa after protests

Category: Events 


The protesters were reacting to an ad in which a black child wore a sweatshirt that bore the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle."

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220,000 women sexually harassed on public transport in France - study

Category: Gender based violence 


More than 220,000 women were sexually harassed on public transport in France over two years, the national crime statistics agency said in its first report

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Why Nato must defend women's rights

Category: Gender in the world 


Ending gender-based violence is a vital issue of peace and security as well as of social justice. Nato can be a leader in this effort

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Angelina Jolie Calls for International Female Solidarity Through Art: "Help Them Tell Their Stories"

Category: Gender in the world 


"Art influences. Art catches the imagination. Art challenges orthodoxy and societies where women are denied freedom of expression," said the actress at THR's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast

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Yemen conflict: UN official warns of world's biggest famine

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Yemen faces the world's largest famine in decades "with millions of victims" if aid deliveries are not resumed, a senior UN official has warned.

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Activists Masih Alinejad and Zehra Doğan awarded ‘Freethinker’ prize

Category: Gender in the world 


The Swiss Freethinker Association has awarded its 2017 “Freethinker” prize to two pioneering women: Kurdish journalist and painter Zehra Doğan and writer-activist Masih Alinejad.

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Women's progress index shows big gaps among and inside nations

Category: Gender in the world 


Iceland and Norway are the best countries for women, and Syria and Afghanistan the worst, according to an index to be released that measures a host of global gains and failures

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Cairo named most dangerous megacity for women; London best - poll

Category: Gender in the world 


Cairo is the world's most dangerous megacity for women while London is the best, according to the first international experts' poll

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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



Pope Francis asks forgiveness for all Christians who buy sex from women

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


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