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Guterres called on nations to promote greater inclusivity for women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, he also called out the spread of misogyny on social media as well as a wide gender gap in the growing field of artificial intelligence.
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The decision marks the first time the EU uses its human rights sanctions regime to target crimes of sexual violence.
Historic first: Every country in the world now has women in parliament
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Cost of living crisis affects women the most, while men are causing it
Women are suffering in poverty, being forced to make impossible choices to ensure people who are dependent on them can survive, while the corporations responsible for this crisis are overwhelmingly run by men, Lucy Hall argues.
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Women's History Month may only really be celebrated in the US, but there are lots of events in Europe this March highlighting women's achievements.
Why are so many female leaders quitting their jobs?
From Prime Ministers to CEOs, numerous women are leaving leadership positions that no longer serve them.
Spain passes Europe’s first paid 'menstrual leave' law
The policy has sparked intense debate over whether it will help or hinder women at work.
A woman dancer in Iran: Living with no identity
In Iran, women are not allowed to dance in public. It's hard to abide by the rules for women dancers in the country. But Boshra and her students are willing to follow their passions.
Pope says South Sudan's future depends on treatment of women
Pope Francis is making the first papal visit to South Sudan since it gained independence from Sudan in 2011.
Anti-abortion march in Washington DC
Seven months after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling guaranteeing the right to pregnancy termination nationally, anti-abortion activists marched through Washington, DC. Sunday sees the 50th anniversary of the landmark ruling.
Free the nipple: Meta advisory board overturns ban on bare breasts
Meta’s Oversight Board says the platform’s adult nudity rules should be overhauled to be less confusing and more inclusive.
Watch: Thousands flock to Strasbourg in support of Iran protesters
Strasbourg saw thousands gather in support of the Iranian protesters. An estimated 12,000 people from all over Europe gathered to call on the European Union to blacklist the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organisation.
NGO chief urges Taliban to reverse ban on Afghan women staff
Head of the Norwegian Refugee Council Jan Egeland visits Kabul to urge the Taliban to let Afghan women come back to work.
Words have power: The origins of 'woman, life, freedom'
From revolutionary Kurdish political writings to the women fighting against ISIS in northern Syria, the phrase 'woman, life, freedom' has an interesting back story.
Iranian national dies in Lyon decrying Tehran's crackdown on protests
An Iranian national jumped into the Rhône River on Monday after posting a video on Facebook forewarning he was going to kill himself to raise awareness of his country's plight. According to NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR), 476 protesters have so far been killed in the crackdown.
Taliban ban on female university students starts to bite
Marwa was just a few months away from becoming the first woman in her Afghan family to go to university. Instead, she will watch, achingly, as her brother goes without her.
Taliban use water cannon on women protesting university ban
Taliban security forces used a water cannon to disperse women protesting the ban on university education for women on Saturday, eyewitnesses said.
Taliban ban women from working for foreign and domestic NGOs
The latest restrictions come just days after the Taliban banned female students from attending universities across the country.
Taliban minister defends ban on women from universities
The Taliban's minister of higher education said the ban issued earlier this week was necessary to prevent the mixing of genders.