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OneEurope guest contributor Natasha Xagorari explains why refugee women are particularly vulnerable to violence and abuse even as they make their journey into safer countries.
Forty years ago Sweden was the first country in the world to introduce a paid parental leave allowance with no regard to gender, but Europe still has a long way to go to shrink the gap between paternity and maternity leave.
Key Speeches for Women Education
2012 Graduation in EU
This year International Woman’s Day is seen as a quite special one due to the anniversary of the document Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action signed 20 years ago by 189 governments. It is also crucial to highlight the commitments of women diplomats in the area of human rights and diplomacy, which were for centuries a realm of men.
Raising awareness about violence against women in Europe.
The leading countries in female leaders
22% of European women experienced violence by their partners
Is gender inequality, especially in the workplace, still a big issue in modern European society?
Three recently released studies paint a chilling picture of violence against women.
The terror of the Ceausescu regime did not avoid women. Severe ideologies and laws were applied on birth, labor and politics.