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EU plans to introduce same laws on violence against women across bloc
The European Commission presented a proposal for a directive on International Women's Day.
Ukrainian writer pays tribute to resilience of her country's women
The acclaimed novelist with a doctorate in aesthetics addressed MEPs in Strasbourg on International Women's Day.
The best way to hire more women for senior roles? Bin their CVs
Getting rid of CVs helped almost 70 per cent more women than average land senior-level jobs, according to one AI recruitment company.
Romanians greet refugees with Women's Day flowers
At the Siret border crossing in Romania, women fleeing war in Ukraine were greeted on Tuesday with tulips and other flowers to mark International Women's Day.
Women Beyond Borders
This 23-year-old woman is Afghanistan’s first female tour guide
This International Women's Day we're celebrating Fatima, Afghanistan’s first female tour guide.
Meet the women CEOs shaking the foundations of the tech industry
Euronews Next spoke to the women who are breaking down barriers in the tech world and asked them why the industry is still falling flat on gender parity.
Chilean women stage protest called Super Feminist Monday
Dozens of women staged a protest in front of Chile's presidential palace on Monday ahead of International Women's Day.
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Europe must do more to end gender-based violence
Iratxe García Pérez says the most brutal form of misogyny is often the most hidden and therefore the hardest to eradicate.
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Girls' education key to gender equality, UN's Fleming tells Euronews
"What's so key is girls' education," Fleming told Euronews. "If you have all girls in school and not just in primary school, but in secondary school and the chance to go to university, that's the foundation and the building blocks.
Female Finnish artists given their dues for International Women's Day
The exhibit has toured the world but now heads to its artists homeland to showcase the contributions of Finnish women to the nation's history.
Gender bias in AI recruiting: How algorithms hold women back
Artificial intelligence is enforcing existing gender biases when it comes to recruitment, according to a new report. But it may have one saving grace.
Sicily: Is this the ultimate stay for female digital nomads?
This ‘living work of art’ offers a safe space for female travellers looking for inspiration and immersion in Sicilian culture.
Meet the lumberjills: Are female foresters the future for woodlands?
Women are becoming a welcome woodland workforce in British forests as they get to grips with the tools of the trade.
Women photographers in focus as industry still needs to sharpen up
Women by Women for International Women's Day.
Meet the Nepali teenagers raising awareness of human trafficking
"If I would have been trafficked, I have no clue how my life would be now. I still fear when I think of what happened. Where would I be now?"
Celebrate IWD with these walks, women-only tours and virtual events
This year's IWD theme is 'beat the bias.' Here's how to get involved.
Is climate change literally a man-made disaster?
Several studies have suggested that when it comes to being environmentally conscious, there is a green gender gap.
Switzerland wants all-female teams to tackle its highest peaks
150 years since the first woman climbed the Matterhorn, the Swiss alpine town of Zermatt is calling for all-female teams to follow in her footsteps.
Exploitative fast fashion brands need to ditch the 'feminist' slogans
Fast fashion brands that 'profit off the exploitation of women' shouldn't be using International Women's Day to cover up their sins.
Activists demand Ukraine does more to combat violence against women
During the pandemic, cases of domestic violence in Ukraine increased by almost half.
COVID-19 putting millions of girls at risk of child marriage: UNICEF
The UN agency estimates that the pandemic may undo progress seen in recent years and put an additional 10 million girls at risk of forced child marriages before the end of the decade.
This Polish teen's cosmetics website is helping women escape violence
Poland has one of the worst records on preventing violence against women in Europe.
83% of young women limit movement to avoid harassment, survey says
A stunning 83% of young women limit themselves in order to avoid harassment, a survey of EU citizens found.
Protests and celebrations take place for International Women’s Day
Ahead of International Women’s Day, the United Nations Development Programme is calling for governments to implement temporary basic income for women to prevent rising poverty and widening gender inequalities.
More than 400 female climate leaders call for COP26 gender equality
With less than 25 per cent of influential positions filled by women, female climate leaders are concerned.
Mexico: Women stay at home to protest femicide
What would a world without women look like? On Monday, tens of thousands of women in Mexico stayed off the streets to protest femicide.