Women's rights are protected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They include the right to bodily integrity, suffrage, the right to education, work, equal pay, the right to hold public office and own property.
Women's rights are institutionalized or written in law in many countries. In others, local customs or behavior may support the rights and entitlements for women and girls. In a some countries these rights are ignored or suppressed when they contradicts with a historical or traditional bias against the exercise of rights by women and girls in favor of men and boys. DW looks at the various issues related to gender equality, women's and girls' rights throughout the world.
Have you ever tried camel milk? It's supposed to have three times more vitamin C than ordinary cow milk. But that's not the main reason why it's catching on in Kenya: Some farmers in the drought-ridden East African country are keeping camels now, because they are much more drought-resistant than cows.
On this week's show we head deep into Chile's copper mines, speak with Israel's first female judge and consider how to explain terrorism to children. We also look at extremism in Morocco and meet the man helping victims of Islamic State. Finally, we find out what's causing violence related to cows in India.