#MeToo: Harvey Weinstein guilty of criminal sexual act

 Harvey Weinstein
Who was one of the most successful producers in Hollywood, yesterday was found guilty

5 women in science that have changed the world

Portrait of Maria Skłodowska-Curie.
We didn´t want to let February pass by without celebrating these five women, whose findings and research have changed the world.

Indian women are welcome to equal roles in the army

Row of female soldiers.
On Monday, Feb 17, the top court ruled that all women could serve as army commanders.

Mexican women against femicide

Group of people in the middle of a protest.
Another march against femicide took over the streets of Mexico last weekend after the death of Ingrid Escamilla.

Latin America 2020: labor market and AI

Person touching the hand of a robot
In response to the growth of Artificial Intelligence, experts warn about its impact on the Latin American labor market.

The two Colombians that will visit Nasa this year

Yorleidy Parra and Kelly Córdoba, Colombian students.
Yorleidy Parra and Kelly Córdoba are two of the 16 Colombian girls who will be visiting the Nasa facilities in March.

Women, identity loss and acid attacks

Women covering her face.
Most acid attacks towards women use the face as a target as a way to erase their identity and make their interpersonal relationships harder.

Bolsonaro says no to sex

Jair Bolsonaro, president of Brazil.
As usual, the Brazilian president caused a stir with an abstinence campaign that advises young people not to have sex.

What is 'ethnoporno' and how does it affect indigenous Mexican women?

Mexican indigenous woman in a market stall.
More than 800 indigenous women of Chiapas, between adults and minors, have been victims of people who see a sexual fetish in their ethnic characteristics

Women rewriting history in Colombia: the "cantadoras of Membrillal"

Portraits and art pictures of Colombian women
In a small village in Colombia, near Cartagena de Indias, The “cantadoras of Membrillal" rehearse every week to dance and sing off their pain

Women who rewrite history in Colombia: Kiana, the queen of the heroic

Khianna Lacouture Doria.
Kiana, a Trans woman member of the table of victims of the armed conflict in the city of Cartagena, talks about her experience as a queen of sexual diversity.

'Abortion is normal', an exhibition that fights for reproductive rights

Abortion rights activist
This exhibition, curated by Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Pauline Jampol, is taking place in New York and is raising awareness about abortion rights.

Global unemployment is on the rise

Two persons during an interview.
The World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2020 (WESO) report, which was released on Monday, revealed some worrying figures

World's 22 richest men have more than all women in Africa

One dollar bills on a table.
According to information released by Oxfam, billionaires have doubled in the past decade and are richer than 60 percent of the global population.
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