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'A huge win': New Zealand brings in paid domestic violence leave in world first

Category: Gender based violence 

2018-07-26

New Zealand has passed world-first legislation granting victims of domestic violence 10 days paid leave to allow them to leave their partners, find new homes

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Jacinda Ardern baby: New Zealand PM gives birth to girl

Category: It`s interesting to know 

2018-06-21

"I am not the first woman to multitask. I am not the first woman to work and have a baby; there are many women who have done this before," she had said in an interview

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New Zealand former sex worker becomes a dame in Queen's birthday honours

Category: Gender in the world 

2018-06-06

Catherine Healy, who helped decriminalise prostitution, honoured with an Order of Merit for services to the rights of sex workers

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Church of England appoints first female Bishop of London

Category: Gender in the world 

2017-12-20

The Church of England allowed women to become priests in 1994 but only appointed its first female bishop in 2014

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Saudi Arabia elected to UN women's rights commission

Category: Gender in the world 

2017-04-25

Saudi Arabia has been elected to the UN women’s rights commission, prompting outrage from human rights groups

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Melbourne trials female figures on pedestrian crossings to 'reduce unconscious bias'

Category: Gender in the world 

2017-03-07

Ten lights at the intersection of Swanston and Flinders streets will be fitted out with female figures in a 12-month trial

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British are worst in the developed world at sharing childcare, study says

Category: Gender in the world 

2016-06-17

Commissioned by the Fatherhood Institute, the Fatherhood Institute’s Fairness In Families Index (FIFI) compared countries on a variety of factors to determine gender equality

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British fathers are the worst in the world, study says

Category: It`s interesting to know 

2016-06-13

British fathers are the worst in the world after coming bottom of a global study into childcare responsibilities

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UN lifts secrecy in race for next chief, but backroom deal may still prevail

Category: Gender in the world 

2016-04-12

At least 56 countries, led by Colombia, and several civil society groups want the world body's first female secretary-general since its creation at the end of World War Two

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UN workers want open race for next secretary general, survey reveals

Category: Gender in the world 

2016-03-31

Poll of people working with or for United Nations increases pressure for female candidates – and for security council to loosen grip on selection process

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