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Sexual assault victims from Ukraine face challenges in Poland, Hungary
According to a Center for Reproductive Rights report, sexual assault victims, LGBT Ukrainians, and minorities fleeing the war have to deal with sexual healthcare limitations in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania.
What is the 'glass cliff' and does it threaten Twitter's new CEO?
The theory goes that women and minorities are more likely to be hired for top jobs in times of crisis, which sets them up for failure.
The transformation of Iran's protests in the face of repression
Eight months after the death of Mahsa Amini, a war of attrition has begun. Street protests are waning due to police crackdowns but Iranians continue to resist.
Backlash as Italy prepares to make birth control pill free
Italy is set to finalise a decision that would make the birth control pill free for women of all ages across the country, but it's sparked outrage from some groups.
Meet the female adventurer who travels solo around Europe in her van
‘We felt like Thelma and Louise’: Inside the liberating world of female campervan travel.
Inside Europe's first rehab centre for female gamblers
The number of female gamblers is on the rise, but a UK charity rehab is helping women overcome their addictions.
Senior Swiss women to make history in Europe’s top human rights court
This will be the first time the European Court of Human Rights considers the impact of climate change on human rights.
What is endometriosis and why do we still know so little about it?
One in 10 women worldwide live with endometriosis, a debilitating condition for which treatment options are limited.
Afghan boys unaware school year has started, return to class days late
Many Afghan boys, unaware that the school year has started, return to class days late after the Taliban authorities fail to make a public announcement of the reopening of schools.
In Kyrgyzstan's only female prison, Nowruz brings a moment of respite
Inmates inside Kyrgyzstan's only female prison have been given a brief break from life behind bars with Nowruz celebrations taking the form of dance, wrestling and games.
Women sumo wrestlers break prejudice in Brazil
Sumo wrestling, brought to Brazil by Japanese immigrants in the early 20th century, is growing fast in the country and women make up around half the country's 600 sumo wrestlers.
Pope Francis: 10 years of papacy in 10 points
History’s first Latin American pope marks his 10th anniversary on Monday as head of the Roman Catholic Church
Rising period poverty: France announces free sanitary products
Charities have welcomed the move but say it could also be extended to older women or single mothers who are not immune from period poverty.
Women all over the world march for their rights
Islamabad, Kabul, Pristina, Sarajevo, Manila, Seoul and Tokyo: worldwide, women marched and protested during International Women's Day demanding gender equality and denouncing violence against women.
What is kickingball and why is it played in Spain?
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Spanish domestic abuse victims break the silence
Last year in Spain 50 women were murdered by their partners. Euronews reporter Julián López travelled to the south of the country to see how survivors are fighting back against male violence.
How my best friend and I put guilt aside and keep travelling as mums
International Women’s Day is a good reminder for mothers to set aside time for themselves to pursue their passions.
Women Beyond Borders
Video: This woman walked around the world. Here's what she learnt
Angela Maxwell set out to prove female travellers can ‘do anything’. She learnt some valuable lessons through the hardships she encountered en-route.
Gender parity in tech: Where in Europe are women inventing the most?
The gap between men and women inventors is wider in Europe than in other parts of the world. But women in these countries are leading the way.
Meet the women leading the way in Europe
Trans rights, abortion access, climate change and feminism: as the world marks International Women’s Day, Euronews spoke to some of the European women leading the way in their fields.