women rights

Latest Stories

A Saudi woman sits behind the wheel of a car in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Oct. 28, 2013. EPA-EFE FILE/STR

Women's rights activists have campaigned for years to have the ban on women driving lifted, among othr reasons because it has led to the arrest of dozens of Saudi females who have dared to get behind the wheel as a form of protest.

The Labyrinth Guard

 12/12/2016 - 05:25

 Mexico City's governmental secretary, Patricia Mercado Castro, is a well-know Mexican feminist politician and a potential successor to Mexico City's Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera, although in an interview with Spanish paper El País she dissimises it.

The founder and former president and the 2006 presidential candidate of the extinct Socialdemocratic Party says she would like to belong to the new presidential team in the next 2018 elections.

A Day Without Women in Philly

 03/08/2017 - 14:27
Hundreds of women are expected to gather at Logan Square today for the celebration of International Women's Day or -as many of them call it- International Women's Strike. EFE

Hundreds of women marched yesterday in Philadelphia for the Day Without Women Rally that started in Logan Square, in Philadelphia. This demonstration is part of a worldwide effort - lead by Global Women’s Strike- to bring awareness and keep up the conversation on women’s workforce and social situations.

Plain Text Author: