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Northern Nigeria: Where Islamist militants believe girls' education is a sin

In this edition, we head to northern Nigeria where Islamist militants declare educating girls is a sin and local officials are battling to keep them in schools. Also, a precarious start to life for those babies born to Syrian women refugees. And how a shop owned by a group of retired Japanese women has become a magnet for Tokyo's hipsters.

By Annette YOUNG , Yara JAMALI

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2016-12-08 work

Diving back in: Offering support for French mothers returning to work

In this edition, how French mothers are being taught to use their parenting skills to their advantage when they re-enter the workforce. Also we meet Helen Darbishire from Access...

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2016-12-01 pornography

Generation porn: The impact of online pornography on teen sexuality

In this edition, how to talk to teenagers in the age of social media and pornography. We meet two American women, Allison Havey and Deana Puccio, who believe parents are...

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2016-11-25 Pakistan

Pakistani girl power: 'Aware Girls' wins Chirac foundation prize for conflict prevention

In this edition, we're taking a look at how organisations in two neighbouring countries are using novel methods to improve the status of women. We report on a group of young...

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2016-11-18 Donald Trump

The politics of anger: Women activists protest over Donald Trump's victory

In this edition, we report on how American women activists will march on the streets as Donald Trump prepares to enter the White House. Also the cost of being a feminist living...

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2016-11-11 Donald Trump

Equality vs Trump: Changes women could face with the President-elect

In this special edition, with Donald Trump voted in as U.S. President, we're asking how will gender equality fare in Trump's America. Also with 52 percent of white women who...

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