Belgian Islamist Redouane Ahrouch appeared on television channel RTL-TVI for a political debate but allegedly refused to make eye contact or shake hands with journalist Emmanuelle Praet.
Spain's new voters: Law change gives disabled right to vote
Over the past year, the US Department of Education has opened several investigations into universities following complaints that they are systematically discriminating against male students. But is this true?
A man in Germany sued his local city authorities for discrimination over the introduction of female-only parking spaces.
French football club, Paris Saint-Germain, has been fined €100,000 by French Football League for listing ethnic origins of young recruits.
Hate crimes against France's Jewish community, Europe's biggest, rose by 69% in 2018 after two years of falls. The statistics have moved the French prime minister to set up special measures to tackle the problem.
Hannane Ferdjani meets with Humphrey Nabimanya, a 29 year old Ugandan who was bullied as a child for having HIV+ guardians.
A Muslim woman has been awarded €3,829 in compensation after her job interview was ended abruptly because she refused to shake hands.
Tokyo Medical University has apologised after admitting it has been marking female candidates down for over a decade. Many in the country worry that female doctors will take time off for maternity leave, and create a doctor shortage.
Euronews presenter Isabelle Kumar and her family were removed from an Emirates Airline flight because of her son’s epilepsy, even though doctors had cleared him to fly.
A vote of 62-55 was passed after months of political argument, to declare only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country. This is something members of the Arab minority calls racist and verging on apartheid
FIFA's diversity boss says broadcasters have been ordered to stop their cameras zooming in on "hot women" in the crowd at football matches.
Antisemitism researcher Nonna Mayer says while sporadic acts of violence by migrants on Jews grab the headlines, far right extremists are to blame for the vast majority of antisemitic incidents.
The move by the world’s biggest coffee company follows the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia café last week.
Would you know what to do faced with Islamophobia? French artist Maeril has created a cartoon advising bystanders how to ignore harassment into insignificance.
A campaign which saw white characters swapped out with black actors on popular film and television posters has grabbed headlines in the country.
Iceland’s new law requires companies to prove they’ve closed the gender pay gap.
Progressive Iceland is not immune to sexual predators or misconduct, and spurred by the #MeToo campaign, women, (and some men), are taking action for change.
"The whole damn system is guilty as hell," the protesters chanted, decrying a police officer's acquittal in the killing of a black man.
Rules also exclude women with facial hair or fertility problems from classrooms
Google memo: What exactly does it say and how has the tech industry reacted?
James Damore says he was sacked for claiming that gender imbalance in the tech industry was 'in part due to biological causes'.
When putting together a Right On episode for Euronews on the Roma community I actually realised that there is a lot of confusion about exactly who
After years of being on the receiving end of insults, nicknames and jokes, thousands of redheads took to the streets of Melbourne to proclaim their ginger pride.
Russia accuses presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron of discriminating against its media after the centrist bans Russia's RT and Sputnik.
Feminists would have likely given full marks for theory, but zero for practice.