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Latest update : 2018-09-14

A fit of rage: Why do we struggle to deal with angry women?

As fallout continues from the U.S. Open final that saw tennis star, Serena Williams, lose her temper with an umpire, why is it that we find it so hard to deal with angry women? We talk to American writer and activist, Soraya Chemaly, who's just written a book on female rage. Also how here in France, female civil servants are still earning less than men. Plus India is a country that relies heavily on its rail network, and for the first time, one of its many railway stations is being run by women.

By Annette YOUNG , Gaëlle ESSOO , Sonia BARITELLO , Stéphanie CHEVAL

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2018-11-09 #THE 51%

U.S. midterms sweep record number of women into power

In this edition, we report on the historic number of women being elected to the US Congress, including many women of colour. Also we meet Manon Garcia, a French philosopher, who...

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2018-11-02 #THE 51%

Doctoring the figures: Tokyo medical school admits to lowering women's scores

In this edition, we report on the impact of revelations that Tokyo Medical University had doctored the test scores of female applicants to admit fewer women. Plus as one of...

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2018-10-26 #THE 51%

The risk of standing out: Sudden deaths of prominent Iraqi women raise questions

In this edition, we head to Iraq where the sudden deaths of four well-known women is sparking fears that a campaign is underway to silence those who dare to speak out. Plus we...

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2018-10-19 #THE 51%

The Gender Divide: Record number of women running in US midterms

America has become increasingly polarised over the controversial appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Annette Young heads to Washington, DC, and asks what impact...

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2018-10-12 #THE 51%

Do Morocco's new laws on domestic violence go far enough?

In this edition, new laws in Morocco will criminalise violence against women while addressing sexual harassment. But we ask if they are enough? We also take a look at how the...

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