For Muslim women in India who are often abused online, it is an everyday risk, even as they use social media to call out hatred and discrimination against their minority community.
Thanks to the Bus Rapid Transit system in Peshawar, 23-year-old student Mah Jabeen said she had been able to continue her master’s degree — keeping alive her dreams of becoming a botanist.
At the Petromin Express garage in Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast, new female recruits check oil and change tyres alongside their male counterparts, part of a nationwide push to bring more women into the workforce.
The decree by the Taliban's hardline leader Hibaitullah Akhunzada even suggested women shouldn't leave their homes unless necessary and outlines a series of punishments for male relatives of women violating the code.
Footage from a barbecue restaurant in Tangshan in northern Hebei province showed one of the men approaching a table where a party of four women were seated and placing his hand on a woman’s back.
On Wednesday 12 January, 23-year-old primary school teacher Ashling Murphy was violently killed while jogging along a canal at 4pm in County Offaly, Ireland. Her murderer has not yet been found. It’s a horrendous start to the year, one that serves as a brutal reminder
It’s 7pm and I’m walking through a park. The sun has set, so I stick to a lit pathway and keep a trained eye on the trees for any sudden movements. I am a 32-year-old woman who is afraid of the dark, and I’m angry about it. The moment is intensified
Lebanese authorities have long struggled to care for the more than 8,000 people stuck in the jails. But three years of an unprecedented economic crisis mean even basics like medicines are lacking, while families struggle to support their jailed relatives.
After a decade lecturing at an Afghan university, former economist Shabana Sediqian is about to retrain as a nurse — it is not a career change she ever envisaged, but it will at least allow her to get out of the house again. A growing number of professional women are enrolling in nursing and midwifery courses, fed up of