“More than 90 percent of pious Muslim women in the Muslim world do not wear abayas. So we should not force people to wear abayas.”
“I want to come home to a home-cooked dinner at six every night," Missouri Senate Candidate Courtland Sykes posted in a letter on Facebook.
Ivanka Trump’s silence around hardships her brand’s factory workers and their families face contradicts her commitment to improving “the lives of countless women and girls.”
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In 2016, seven women were killed in acts of femicide each day in Mexico, according to United Nations Women.
Cinemas were expected to inject around $24 billion into Saudi Arabia's economy.
Penny Nance's fixation on the portrayal of men in 'Frozen' is just the tip of the iceberg for the anti-choice anti-feminist advocate.
For a long time it was wrongly assumed that activism, feminism and human rights were only threatened in only in non-Western countries, but what happened in Turkey could happen anywhere.
Hasan Hatrash tells Newsweek what it's like to celebrate change in one of the world's most conservative societies.
Today marks women's rights activist Annie Besant's 170th birthday. To celebrate, here are seven women to be inspired by.
The government is offering the day-long course free of charge.
Meet-and-greet events for fans have since been scaled back, and metal detectors are now in place at all functions where the singer appears.
The ongoing political crisis between Qatar and other Gulf states highlights one of the problems of long-term sexism.
In Ohio and D.C., women protested anti-choice bills in outfits inspired by the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale.
Governor Eric Greitens has called a second extraordinary session in his first year in office to discuss stricter rules on abortion.
"Never mind driving a car...I want her to drive society," said Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah, the second Saudi prince to express support for women driving.
Donald will meet with Italian officials, Ivanka with victims of human trafficking and Melania will visit a hospital providing free healthcare.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim announced a $100 million donation to the fund from Saudi Arabia and UAE.