British employees benefit from EU labor laws. Anti-discrimination laws and work flexibility, are just some Britains get as part of their EU membership.
In theory, women can become anything they want in Germany, even the chancellor. But if you look closer, it is clear that few women ever get leadership positions in the country's business, political or media worlds.
Romanians have begun two days of voting on whether to constitutionally define marriage as the union between a man and a woman. The debate has deepened divisions in a country already embroiled in political turmoil.
Ethiopian Jews have taken to the streets many times, demanding equality before the law in Israel. In 2015 protests took place against discrimination. But do the activists think anything has changed between now and then?
This week a German politician turned up to work with her 6-week-old baby. The state parliament president's reaction shows that the country still has a long way to go in pursuit of gender equality.
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