If what we want is a world of equals, closing the gender pay gap would be a good place to start. But there is a long road ahead. Scroll through the graphic to find out just how long.
If, what we want is a world of equals, closing the gender pay gap would be a good place to start. But there is a long road ahead. Scroll through the graphic to find out just how long. (18.04.2017)
Democrats hope to mobilize Texas's growing Latino population to vote in November's midterm elections. The state is poised to send two Hispanic women to the national legislature for the first time ever.
Millions of girls and women are being forced, threatened and abducted into marriages in Asia — but cases of forced marriages also occur in Europe. The United Kingdom has been dealing with a high number of cases of forced marriages and is considered a trailblazer when it comes to strong laws against the practice. The Karma Nirvana helpline supports victims in Leeds.
Tunisian President Essebsi has vowed to soon submit a bill to parliament giving women and men equal inheritance rights. The country has long been seen as a pioneer for women's rights in the Arab world.
China and the US will hold low-level talks later this month in a bid to resolve the escalating trade dispute.
Instead of "male" or "female," intersex people in Germany can now identify themselves as "diverse" on official ID papers. However, more work lies ahead for better protection and recognition, writes DW’s Pacinthe Mattar.
Police have identified the suspect as a 26-year-old man from Somalia. The city Offenburg only has 60,000 people but is regarded as a crime hotspot.
A string of alleged or openly racist attacks on minorities in Italy has fueled a debate about whether the country has a growing problem with racism and xenophobia. Ylenia Gostoli reports from Rome.
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