March 8 is International Women's Day. DW commemorates it by looking into gender issues around the world.
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This week we're marking the first anniversary of the #MeToo movement that originated in the US and has since spread across the globe. A year after media mogul Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual assault and the hashtag went viral, what's changed? We also walk with migrants in Venezuela, meet a blind balloon artist and look back at the 1968 hit musical Oliver! with star Mark Lester.
It's been a year since the #MeToo hashtag began grabbing attention on social media. Over the past 12 months, prominent figures in the United States have been outed, dismissed from their positions, charged and in the case of Bill Cosby, sentenced for sexual assault. But in Germany the debate has followed a different path, as WorldLink columnist Tamsin Walker explains.
The brutal practice of female circumcision is still deeply ingrained in the Guinean culture - despite having officially been banned years ago. What will it take to put an end to FGM for good? A group of young Guinean women hope they are on the right track.
Despite a wave of social reforms coming into effect earlier this year, Saudia Arabia is still one of the most restrictive countries for women in the world. But since a number of key restrictions were lifted, women are now allowed to take part in sports - including boxing.
Almost half of female politicians and parliamentary staff in Europe say they've been threatened with violence, according to a study. A majority of parliaments don't have a mechanism for women to speak out or seek help.