Accused of sorcery, almost 200 people have been murdered in the northeastern Indian state of Assam.
Danial K Afzal, who recently released a short film on the struggles of a rape survivor, opens up about the reluctance of talking about rape in Pakistan, and why films have the power to mobilise.
Donald Trump wants to be seen as more manly, and thus more appealing to working-class white men in swing states like Pennsylvania, than a clean energy-supporting Joe Biden, say gender experts.
On average, nearly 90 rapes are reported in the country every day. Activists say that data on crimes against women is often the tip of the iceberg.
As dozens of journalists arrive in the nondescript village in north India, there’s growing concern about the impact of media intrusion on the victim’s family.
Critics say the annual women's march is against the values of Pakistani society.
In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, a man ripped open his pregnant wife’s belly to find out if it was a boy.
The investigating officer blaming the survivor for being out late at night, and without a man, intensified the anger.
A study has suggested that women leaders' more empathetic communication style contributed to fewer coronavirus deaths.
“When you want to go practice your right as an American citizen to cast a ballot, you have this person looking at you and you wonder, Are they going to challenge my ballot or say ‘You don’t look like this person?’”
Women have the right to vote in the vast majority of countries, but de facto issues across the globe—like lack of access to childcare or safe transportation, or the sense that their vote doesn't matter—still stand in their way.