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The Locarno Festival in southern Switzerland has agreed to feature more films directed by women.
Irish theatre came out blazing this week, proving that gender equality is ‘not hard to do, if you want to’
New Zealand has come a long way in the 125 years since women won the vote. But are we there yet? In the year of #metoo, what does "feminism" really mean? How did we get here, and where are we heading now?
Mostafa Madbouly, the newly appointed Prime Minister, alongside his cabinet, took oath on Thursday in front of President AbdelFatah El-Sisi. For the first time in Egyptian history, the cabinet has a total of eight female ministers.
UK disabled artists are currently seen as leading the world but, after a long history of social and civic struggle for equality and legislation, it’s been a hard fought place to reach. Yet now, we seem to be throwing it all away and treating disabled artists worse than before. Why?
Spain’s new socialist prime minister has appointed 11 women and six men to his cabinet, saying his new government is “unmistakably committed to equality” and intends to reflect recent changes in Spanish society.