‘What if…’ is the theme of the Seventh Women’s Forum, a bit like Davos but without the billionaire bling. Meeting this year in Deauville, 1,400
Increasing numbers of Polish women are crossing European borders in search of abortions.
Poland has some of the toughest abortion laws in Europe
“I am Ana from Lisbon. I would like to know how can we put an end to sexism and to the prevailing social differences between men and women which is
European countries are being urged to sign up to a new convention which will introduce tougher measures to tackle violence against women.
Euronews’ Francois Chignac met and talked with Bience Gawanas at the 17th summit of the African Union, held in Equatorial Guinea.
She is the
“Hello my name is Emilie is the European Union working towards harmonising equality between men and women is anything being done at European
In saudi arabia, it is forbidden for women to drive but many of them drive in secret. (filmed by Myriam de Chanrond)
“Be beautiful and shut up” is a phrase which will probably be heard and denied during Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s trial over his relations
International Women’s Day reminds us all that in many parts of the world girls are denied the same access to education as boys. But at the Happy
Working to stop female genital mutilation… In a village in Mali, a health group is trying to convince mothers to keep the knives of tradition away
Education is crucial to redressing gender inequalities so we look at how women’s lives are being transformed thanks to training, teaching and some
She has put a new shine on the trumpet: Alison Balsom has a busy programme of solo performances around the world, often accompanied by her group, the
With International Women’s Day just around the corner, euronews travelled to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to see what reforms are being put in