Women in Germany earn less than men. Sometimes it's for the same job, but more often than not it's because they get jobs that are paid less. There are still not enough women in managerial positions.
Martina Voss-Tecklenburg never managed to win the World Cup during her international playing career. As the new head coach of the German women’s team, she’s hoping to get another chance at glory.
A recent study indicates that fewer young men and women in Japan are going on dates or having sex than in the past, with ramifications for a nation already struggling with a falling birth rate and an aging population.
There are less women than men working as directors and behind the camera in the German film industry. They receive smaller budgets and less financial assistance. To change that, would a gender quota be fair?
Germany's law enabling female suffrage came into effect on November 30, 1918. A look at the activists who contributed to this achievement and why there's still much to be done in the country to claim equal rights.
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