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Latest update : 2014-06-20

Ending sexual violence in conflict: Seeking global support

In this edition, our reporter heads to Chad to meet women refugees fleeing the war in Central African Republic. Also, we talk about what needs to be done to end the scourge of sexual violence in conflict, with top UN official Baroness Valerie Amos. And we take a look at how it's not just women but often also men who are survivors of rape in war zones.

By Annette YOUNG , Claire BROWN , Yara JAMALI , Stéphanie CHEVAL

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2014-12-19 Christmas

Are toys really us?

It’s Christmas time, the busiest time of year for toy sellers across the globe. So what messages are we giving children when we pick out their gifts? Also on the show, the...

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2014-12-12 UBER

Uber under fire over female passengers’ safety

The ride-sharing app, Uber, hits a roadblock over its drivers, with questions being asked about whether its female passengers are safe. And the rise of mobile universities: we...

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2014-12-05 India

Questions raised over India’s sterilisation programme

In this edition, we take you inside India's controversial sterilisation camps. Also, we tell you why women in eastern Germany are actually faring better than their western...

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2014-11-27 abortion

France marks 40th anniversary of abortion laws

In this edition, abortion may be legal in France, but for some doctors it's still a sticky issue. Also, making sure there's the right gender mix in the newsroom. And we meet the...

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2014-11-21 violence against women

Ending violence against women: The dangers of trial by Twitter

As we mark the International Day to End Violence against Women, we take a look at whether social media is a friend or foe. Also why changing men's attitudes is vital when it...

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