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Raise sons to be feminists like daughters, says Canada's Trudeau

2017-10-12

"All of us benefit when women and girls have the same opportunities as men and boys - and it's on all of us to make that a reality"

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Trump Administration Rolls Back Birth Control Mandate

2017-10-09

More than 55 million women have access to birth control without co-payments because of the contraceptive coverage mandate, according to a study

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Poor body image makes girls less assertive and risks health, study finds

2017-10-06

Majority of those dissatisfied with their figure will skip meals and avoid friends, the doctor and clubs, says global beauty report

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Polish women march again, year after large 'black protest'

2017-10-04

Thousands of Poles, mostly women, marched through Warsaw and other Polish cities to demand greater reproductive rights and protest what they see as discrimination

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Women in developed countries more educated than men, but still earn less - OECD

2017-10-04

If there was an equal number of female and male entrepreneurs, global GDP could rise by 2 percent, equivalent to about $1.5 trillion

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Tens of thousands march for abortion rights in Ireland

2017-10-02

Thousands march to demand the loosening of some of the strictest abortion laws in the world ahead of a 2018 referendum on the issue

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Saudi king decrees women be allowed to drive

2017-09-28

For more than 25 years, women activists have campaigned to be allowed to drive, defiantly taking to the road, petitioning the king and posting videos

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Ireland set to vote on loosening abortion laws in May or June

2017-09-28

Ireland plans to hold a referendum next May or June on whether it should loosen some of the strictest abortion laws in the world, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said

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Saudi woman named to senior government post for first time

2017-09-28

A Saudi woman has been named to a senior government post for the first time, authorities said shortly after a ban on women drivers

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