US News & World Report
Could Argentina's Repulsive Pro-Abortion Protests Come to the United States?
Women shout slogans in favor of legalizing abortion during a demonstration marking International Women's Day in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Desert art on display
A collection of work by leading indigenous women artists from central and western Australian desert country will have its first Victorian exhibition at Warrnambool Art Gallery.
Women in the Law Project Addresses Australia's Equal Opportunity Issues
A new project which uses a survey of over 400 women lawyers across Australia has revealed common issue that are dissuading women from entering law, or compelling them to leave within years of initiating practice.
Vlisco calls for entries for Women's Month
VLISCO, the leading designer and producer of colourful and quality fashion fabrics that form an essential part of the African culture, is calling for entries for the second Vlisco Women's Month campaign.
International Business Times
It Was International Men's Day on Tuesday, But Few Brit Males Were Aware
It was International Men's Day on Tuesday, Nov 19, but few Brit males were aware there was such a day.
Gender equality and gender neutral laws must be promoted
Today, November 19 is International Men's Day. Consider all the hype and hoopla that International Women's Day attracts with the build-up beginning much before Women's Day, Men's day is a bit of a damp squib here Today, November 19 is International Men's Day.
Voice of America
Lawyers Push for More Opportunities for Women in Africa
Yvette Azane Ngwemetoh, of Cameroon, a representative of rural women attends a meeting on occasion of the International Women's Day.
Walking A Mile In Their Shoes
WALKING A MILE IN THEIR SHOES By Lucine Kasbarian, USA, 12 November 2013 On a flight from New York to Cairo a decade ago, I couldn't help noticing many fashionably dressed Egyptian women.
Jazz singer's long battle for payment
A BUDDING jazz musician who provided entertainment for high-profile politicians including premier Noxolo Kiviet and former Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Zanoxolo Wayile is struggling to get paid nearly three years after the event.