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Latest update : 2014-05-12

Nigeria: The power of the hashtag

In this edition: how social media is making sure the world is kept aware of the plight of those kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria. Also, how hard is it to be a woman working as a human rights activist in a war zone? And in a historic first, a French professional football team appoints a female coach.

By Annette YOUNG , Yara JAMALI , Stéphanie CHEVAL

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2015-04-16 Hillary Clinton

Women in America: Land of the free, home to the less-paid

In this edition, we take a look at how women’s issues, such as the gender pay gap, will play an important role in the upcoming U.S. presidential election. And with Hillary...

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2015-04-10 France

The politics of skinny: France bans underweight models

In this edition, a report on how French politicians have agreed to ban underweight models from Paris runways. Also how a feminist show is set to hit TV screens in Afghanistan....

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2015-04-03 music

STRIKING A CHORD: Giving the stage to women musicians

This week’s edition has a distinct musical note. We meet one Iranian singer who's campaigning for the right for women to perform in front of men. Also, we take a look at the...

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2015-03-27 Egypt

The extraordinary tale of the Egyptian mother who lived as a man

In this edition, the tale of an Egyptian mother who lived as a man for more than 40 years to earn money for her family. Also how the gender gap extends into retirement with...

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2015-03-19 Ebola

Surviving Ebola; Women bear the brunt of the deadly disease

In this edition; with women bearing the brunt of Ebola, Katerina Vittozzi reports from Liberia on how life is far from easy for those who survived the deadly disease. Also, women...

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