Devi Apriliyani wants to show women in conservative Indonesia that they can do anything men can do.
A recent Oxfam report shows Rwanda has the worst rates of inequality in East Africa - these women are hoping to change that.
A recently published letter has sparked a debate over whether "macho" politics is hindering women's rights.
“There’s space for women, and please come and join us. Just do it.”
Female leaders in Champagne: important influences on the direction of the region.
According to the latest British Social Attitudes survey released, only 7% of respondents believe mothers of pre-school children (under the age of five) should work full-time.
Saudi women are officially allowed to get behind the wheel, after a decades-old driving ban was lifted.
As from midnight on Saturday in Saudi Arabia women are officially allowed to drive
A Finnish national has become the first European woman to obtain the Saudi driving licence.
Gender inequality is costing every one of us a fortune. World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva tells Euronews why and explains what needs to be done.
Women often fill the frame at Cannes. On the red carpet, the camera lingers on them far longer than it does on men.
But this year, some women are challenging that image.
Youngest-ever Nobel Laureate, Malala Yousafzai, has returned home to the Swat Valley in Pakistan for first time since she was shot there by the Taliban in 2012.
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.
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.
"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.
Look back at Euronews' live blog on International Women's Day events from across the world.
Women are less likely to hold management positions, political roles and are still nine times more likely to be raped.
Likenesses of inspirational female figures have been made by Barbie in recognition of International Women's Day.
The image was one of four shared by the Iranian president's special assistant for citizens' rights affairs depicting scenes where women were experiencing harassment in the street.
The turning point for Zahra Khoshnavaz was after last year's deadly earthquake in Tehran. "I asked myself: 'Why die in a quake and not realise your dreams? Why not go to the stadium?' So I decided to go."
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Economic Forum, the 2018 summit in Davos, Switzerland will be chaired entirely by women
While some referenced TV shows with dystopian themes, others reworked song lyrics.
Brazilian women protest over government plans to further restrict access to abortion. Termination is at present illegal unless the mother's life is in danger, rape is involved, or if the foetus has certain brain abnormalities.
How women-only pole dancing classes are inspiring women in Egypt to have more confidence.
Equal representation for women at all levels of government must be more than just a fad, writes Barbara Lee