What would a world without women look like? On Monday, tens of thousands of women in Mexico stayed off the streets to protest femicide.
The bloc has also launched a public consultation on salary transparency to get companies to open up on what they pay their employees.
What would the global statistics look like if we were able to obtain reliable data on Female Genital Mutilation prevalence for each of the 90-plus countries where we are aware that FGM is present?
Some 7,000 women joined together on Saturday in a 7-kilometre feminist chain in Madrid to denounce discrimination and violence against women
The film was well-received in Morocco, giving rise to many debates within a society that is still very phallocentric.
The report finds that, despite the gap having closed in recent years, progress is slowing – last year it was estimated that it would be 202 years until full parity was achieved.
Announcements and parliamentary procedure will follow Spain's request to lift immunity.
As the world enters a new decade, the attitudes that normalise and legitimise sexual violence and oppression of women and girls, and assign to them rigid, stereotypical roles, remain far from fictional in January 2020.
Out of the 3,000 cases of sexual assault reported, more than 1,500 involved non-consensual touching of a sexual body part and 235 non-consensual penetration. Nearly all were filed by women.
Thousands of women got involved in the demonstration
Euronews spoke with an expert on violence against women and she answered user questions submitted on Reddit.
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women is being marked today.
Described by the UN as “the most widespread, and devastating human rights violations in the world”, the organisation says one-in-three women experience violent or sexual abuse.
The International Day for Violence against Women is on November 25.
Experts claim attempts in Finland to be more gender-neutral is having the unintended consequence of concealing female victims of domestic violence
Every fifth Hungarian woman lives in a physically abusive relationship, according to a local NGO
'One day I will change - but how long will that take?'
Reporting doesn't always work in preventing the worse from happening: at least one-third of the women killed in 2018 had previously filed a complaint with the police, according to a report by Le Monde newspaper.
Ahead of the International Day of Violence against Women on November 25, Euronews takes a look at the statistics on the issue.
As France has a national conversation on violence against women, a new report looks at the country's efforts to better their legal system.
58% per cent of the 87,000 women murdered in 2017 were killed by intimate partners or family members.
Meghan Markle visited a memorial to Uyinene Mrwetyana, a young South African whose rape and murder inspired thousands to protest.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Madrid on Friday to march against domestic violence and a series of high-profile rape cases.
Protestors gathered to commemorate the 100 victims, with the 101st being announced two days later.
People write the names of women on placards during a demonstration called by the "Nous Toutes" feminist organisation to denounce the 100th feminicide of the year, on September 1, 2019 in Paris.
Russia has no domestic violence law and does not treat domestic violence as a stand-alone criminal offense. In a dramatic step back in 2017, certain forms of domestic violence were actually decriminalised.