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)
According to Kani tradition, if women near the peak of a holy mountain in the Indian state of Kerala, it could bring disaster. After a lengthy court battle, a group of women set out to scale the Agasthyarkoodam, in a trek against discrimination.
Getting women into leadership positions is going to be one of the most powerful forces behind globalization in the next decades, according to Amy Weaver, of Salesforce, speaking to DW from Davos.
It's still unusual for women to ride big motorbikes - though theirs numbers are increasing. Bikerni, an all women motorcycling group that started in 2011 now has chapters all across the country. They come from all walks of life - and share the joy of speed and independence. Sudeshna Chowdhury met some of them on a morning outing in New Delhi.
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It was one of major corruption scandals of 1950s West Germany. Now, a never-completed luxury villa meant for Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has a new owner — who paid less than the cost of buying a one-room apartment.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. Their alliance is in good shape, so what's left to talk about for two men who've engineered themselves all-powerful presidencies?
Hanover has put itself at the forefront of the gender equality movement by introducing language changes. Grammarians have previously decried such moves as politically-motivated adulterations of the German language.
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