The 51%

Where tradition blocks progress: The Malawi chief who annulled 850 child marriages

In this edition, despite facing death threats, the female chief in Malawi who annulled 850 child marriages and sent the brides back to school. Also how despite a government campaign, Japanese women are still facing extraordinary discrimination if they attempt to return to the workforce after having children. Plus, how Pakistani traditional dancers are challenging many in the conservative Muslim country where the art is often linked to prostitution.