More than one million people, mostly women, marched across the world against US President Donald Trump. Seven German cities also saw such marches, where thousands of people took to the streets, braving freezing cold conditions.
Berlin might be seen as a place for the young, but it is also a place of the old(er). Tamsin Walker has been exploring what it might feel like to gently age in the German capital.
As Poland shifts sharply to the right on sex education and women's reproductive rights, a feminist organization is fighting back with a campaign to get women talking. It's a start, one of SexEdPl's leaders tells DW.
Germany’s Weimar Republic (1918-1933) was a colourful yet contradictory time marked by political, artistic and societal revolution. A new exhibition in Frankfurt showcases the art that stunningly captures the era.
Enlightened as Germany may seem, it clings to an archaic mentality that sees men shin the career ladder while their womenfolk stay down below holding the baby. It's a system with ramifications familiar to Tamsin Walker.
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