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European elections: A balancing act

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Europe heads to the polls this month to vote in a new parliament. We take a look at what's at stake when it comes to women's issues. Also, we talk to our Europe editor, Christophe Robeet, about whether these elections will result in greater female participation. And in the United States, federal investigators target 55 colleges over their handling of sexual assault cases.

By Annette YOUNG , Stéphanie CHEVAL , Jennifer LUSH , Charles BOBE

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2015-05-20 Mexico

Modern-day slavery in Mexico

In this edition, the horrors of modern-day slavery in Mexico with the country gripped by one young woman's tale of torture. Also, how one Ethiopian organisation is encouraging...

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2015-05-14 sexism

Breaking the silence: French women journalists denounce sexism in politics

In this edition, the media in France has been full of buzz about French women journalists who publicly denounce sexism in politics. As a result, we talk to Lenaig Bredoux, one of...

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2015-05-08 Bangladesh

Made in Bangladesh: The labour rights' advocate who took on the garment industry

In this edition, Annette Young meets Kalpona Akter, the Bangladeshi labour rights' advocate who took on the international garment trade. Also, a mother's plea to end her...

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2015-05-01 women

UK elections: Does the women's vote count?

In this edition, with Britain heading to the polls, we take a look at whether women will play a key role in deciding who wins the election. Also, curbing the caesarean epidemic...

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2015-04-24 Colombia

A Catholic revolution in Colombia

In this edition, a revolution of another kind in Colombia as a group of Catholic women priests challenge the church in the Latin American nation. Also, the dividends of...

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