Larissa Zeichhardt and her sister run the building business founded by her father. She says it takes a lot of determination to make her way in the construction industry, which is still dominated by men.
Men's clubs are a window into German high society, but these days they are no longer exclusively male: women are joining, too. DW takes a look at this privileged, time-honored tradition.
A German court has ruled three women less than 163 centimeters tall cannot become police officers. Arguments included small officers being hard to see in a crowd, and hips being too narrow to attach all the police tools.
It's about time: Rachel Morrison is the first woman to be nominated for an Oscar for cinematography. Hollywood is still far from gender equality, but just how pronounced is the imbalance?
A petition calling for more gender equality is set for debate in Austria's parliament. The women's minister believes its goes "too far," while coalition partners said it was a far cry from "sensible" feminist politics.
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