How much of a threat does the rise of populism and authoritarian leaders in many countries pose to women’s rights? Our guests: Anna Sauerbrey (Tagesspiegel newspaper), Karen Taylor (anti-racism activist) and Meera Jamal (freelance journalist).
Organizers of the black feminist Nyansapo Festival appear to have U-turned after first indicating that only a few events would be "open to all" races. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo had called for the fair to be banned.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is an inspiration, while Hillary Clinton's feminism is an illusion, says American social critic and political commentator Camille Paglia. She also explains why Donald Trump may win a second term.
Italian state broadcaster RAI has pulled the plug on a weekly talk show after it used stereotypes against Eastern European women. Comments on the show drew anger from RAI representatives, senior politicians and viewers.
Millions of people worldwide protested right-wing populism at Women's Marches over the weekend. DW spoke to Birgit Sauer, an expert in women's issues, about reproductive rights and the surge of the political right.
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