NGOs and families of victims marched across Paris on Saturday to denounce the rise in femicides and demand governmental action.
A published list has revealed the 999 names of women in Spain who have died as a result of violence from their partners or ex-partners since official records began in 2003.
A long-awaited report from Canada's national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls will call it a 'Canadian genocide.'
The rape and murder of a nurse in Bangladesh just weeks after a female student was burned to death has sparked ongoing protests.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments. A platform designed “to connect stakeholders and survivors”
As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Mohammad Naciri, a regional director for the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, spoke to Euronews about the current state of the women’s rights cause amongst Arab states.
Large demonstrations expected in Istanbul for International Women's Day
Who was the first women in space? Or to win a Nobel Prize? How many are involved in EU politics? Or are killed by their partner? Euronews answers some of the most searched for questions on Google.
There are more than three million girls worldwide at risk for FGM annually, 180,000 in Europe.
Ecuador women demonstrating against sexual violence
A new report by the United Nations found that an average of 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or family member every day.
Antonio Tajani made the gesture to mark the UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, it is timely to pay homage to the women who keep fighting for their unequivocal right to autonomy over their own bodies.
On the eve of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women two European capitals saw big marches calling for change.
A French court has ruled that posters showing a woman tied to train tracks "do not promote violence against women".
Euronews speaks to people at the Women's Forum Global Meeting about how rape is being used as a weapon of war.
The reported rape and murder of Bulgarian journalist Victoria Marinova raises concerns about threats to media freedom, but it also serves as a stark reminder that Bulgaria should prioritize efforts to combat violence against women, writes a Human Rights Watch researcher.
Ultimately, this is not about a piece of cloth but about a woman’s worth, her dignity. If a woman cannot determine how to dress, how can she be a responsible person? If she cannot control how to cover her head, how can she control what goes on inside her head?
A study by Navarra's Public University shows there's an increase in the number of sexual assault complaints during Pamplona's bullfighting festival in the last few years.
India is the most dangerous country to be a woman, and the USA also made the top 10 in the Thomson Reuters Foundation experts' survey this year.
We must prove that justice can be served if we want victims to come forward.
Recent cases of child rapes have stoked protest across the country.
Are on-the-spot fines for sexual harassment in the street a good idea? The French government plans a new law but some feminist groups believe it might be unenforceable and counterproductive.
Thousands dance to raise awareness of violence against women and children
Bizet's world famous opera has been reimagined with a different ending in stand against domestic violence and abuse against women
According to official data, some 215,000 violent sexual crimes were recorded by police in the European Union in 2015