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Twenty-seven is the number of hours per day that a woman would need in order to grow in her profession; be a wife and a mother; cook just like her grandmother did and keep in shape.
Domestic violence affects women more because it is rooted in inequalities between men and women
Is “scoring” lowest a reason to celebrate or is it a wake-up call to shine a light on under-reported violence?
Corruption takes many forms: Which areas do EU states perform well and which are ripe for reform?
Mahir Sahinovic, a journalist based in Sarajevo who was trained by Thomson Reuters Foundation, has received an award for exposing a financial scam in Europe.
Surveys show that the British press is now far less hostile to asylum seekers than it was a decade ago, good news for those seeking safety from persecution abroad
This year's One Billion Rising campaign calls for justice for the one billion women who will be victims of violence during their lifetime
Right-wing British tabloid the Daily Mail has launched a campaign for the government to divert cash from the foreign aid budget to help victims of the floods in southern England and Wales
Could floods drive a policy rethink in the UK?
At this stage, it looks like a very mixed picture
In a move towards transparency, the former Soviet state has been publishing more of its data, and civil society and journalists are now delving into the numbers to see what lurks inside.
As more and more cases are making the headlines in Italy, I wonder where such hideous crimes come from
Men and women are equal nowadays, right? Not so much, says Laura Bates, founder of the popular Everyday Sexism Project
An anti-FGM campaigner in the UK who was cut herself as a child drew up a fake petition to “save female circumcision” as a cultural right - and almost everyone she solicited signed on in support
The UK government launches its Open Government Partnership (OGP) action plan, outlining how it plans to push forward the transparency agenda
As global warming brings worsening storms, we need a new engineering approach to prepare
What feminist needs a patriarch? Even the most radical topless activists, according to Australian film director Kitty Green’s debut documentary on the FEMEN movement. But its members have since cast off their Ukrainian male mentor and are now taking on the big issues without him
We should recognise that the social enterprise sector is not a little cult any more - one in five starts-ups is social and one in five members of the workforce is now a sole or joint trader