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Malala returns to Pakistan 6 years after being brutally attacked and nearly killed by the Taliban

Category: Gender in the world 

2018-03-29

Malala Yousafzai made a triumphant return to her home country, arriving at Benazir Bhutto International airport in Islamabad, Pakistan

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Saudi Arabia allows women to join military

Category: Gender in the world 

2018-02-27

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 

2018-01-24

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 

2018-01-15

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 

2017-12-22

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 

2017-12-12

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 

2017-12-07

"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

Category: Events 

2017-11-09

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 

2017-11-09

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 

2017-10-26

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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