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While progress has been made toward gender equality in the EU, such progress is happening fast enough, according to a new report from the European Commission released in time for International Women's Day
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This year's official theme is #BalanceforBetter - but there are many unofficial events taking place too.
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Video posted on social media showed demonstrators taking to the streets of Tehran on International Women's Day.
Roads and squares across Spain close as over 6 million people take part in the country's first ever protest against gender inequality.
The biggest challenge for women today is that they do the biggest burden of unpaid work, such as caring for children, caring for the elderly, and household work, says Virginija Langbakk of the European Institute for Gender Equality.
After becoming the first country to approve marriage equality by referendum, the eyes of Europe and the world will again be on Ireland in the run up to this referendum on the Eighth Amendment, writes Orla O’Connor.
Pro-women critics say Damso - known for misogynistic lyrics - should not produce Belgium's official football song
On the occasion of the International Women's day, we made a selection of creative and unique women who we met in the last months.
Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle were greeted by those young and old during a Birmingham walkabout on Thursday March 8th on a visit to mark International Women's Day.
South Korean civic group members held rallies in Seoul on March 8 to mark the International Women's Day as the #MeToo campaign sweeps the country
International Women's Day is also 'Women's Pay Day' according to the UK's Trades Union Congress. It says March 8 is the day when average women effectively start earning, compared to better paid average men.
While Russia stuck to the script with dutiful men bringing flowers to their loved ones, in Spain women kicked off a week of protests against discrimination.
"It's clear that if I didn't have children or if I was a man, I would have gone for other jobs with more responsibility."
The message "Maintenant On Agit" ("Now We Act") was displayed on the iconic monument ahead of International Women's Day.