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Obama tells Kenyans they can succeed, sees challenges

Jeff Mason and Edith Honan

Barack Obama told Kenyans on his first presidential trip to his father's homeland there was "no limit to what you can achieve" but said they had to deepen democracy...

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Maternity leave discrimination means 54,000 women lose their jobs each year

Alexandra Topping

Women returning to work after a child more likely to face discrimination than they were ten years ago, says Equality and Human Rights Commission report

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Dalai Lama Says More Women as Leaders Might Lead to Less Violent World


The Dalai Lama thinks that the world would be less violent if more women assumed leadership roles globally

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Spain raises marrying age from 14 to 16


Spain has raised the minimum age for marriage from 14 to 16, having had the lowest marrying age in Europe

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In a move to tighten abortion laws, Portugal makes women pay to terminate pregnancies


Portugal is making its abortion laws stricter by adopting a bill that makes women pay to end their pregnancies

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Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


Gender policy

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

Breakthrough as Kenya poised to elect first female governors

Political power "firmly in men's hands," global parliamentary official says


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Swedish politicians visit in WIC



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

Special Report : Inside the DR Congo Mines That Exploit Children

Ireland passes law making it a crime to buy sex


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