The European nation prides itself on being one of the world's oldest democracies and yet only allowed women to vote as late as 1971.
The UN estimates that an additional two million girls worldwide are at risk of female genital mutilation due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protests against Poland's new abortion law take place in cities across the country.
Mustapha Ben Messaoud, chief of Field Operations and Emergency for UNICEF Afghanistan, reflects upon the importance to dismantle the social norms that suggest men cannot talk about periods.
The controversial ban on abortion in nearly all circumstances was delayed by the government due to widespread protests over the measure.
It turns out that meat and masculinity are linked.
Special uniforms have been designed for the new roster of employees and will allow them to choose between wearing a skirt or trousers in the driving seat.
The move comes after Scotland became the first country in the world to offer women free sanitary products. Other countries have followed suit and removed taxes.
Irish Justice Minister Helen McEntee said she is "determined to act" and introduce new legislation against 'revenge porn' after thousands of intimate images of women were released online without their consent.
Some protesters entered the building, seized files, and burnt them in the street outside.
Denis Mukwege, known to some as Dr Miracle, explains to Euronews the impact of COVID-19 on the ongoing efforts to help women victims of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The peace talks could see the exit of American and NATO troops from Afghanistan after 19 years of conflict.