SCOTUS reviews the Obamacare mandate. A celebrity couple's custody battle raises questions over a woman's right to relocate. Jezebel.com founder Anna Holmes talks about feminism and flaws in women's media.Watch Video
New research suggests men are not more biologically inclined to violence than women. Former VP Dick Cheney's daughters, Liz and Mary, publicly debate gay marriage. How education can help stop girls from becoming married too early around the world.Watch Video
The president delay's Obamacare, announcing the formerly insured can keep their insurance for another year. The first lady announces her education initiative at a local high school. A new certification rewards companies helping to progress women in the workplace.Watch Video
A new report card on states' efforts to combat modern slavery. Military does not see drop in female recruits despite increasing reports of sexual assault. Gillibrand's FAMILY Act promises to reward working families with new paid leave program.Watch Video
Contraception Mandate: SCOTUS reviews the Obamacare mandate; Parental Custody Laws: A mother's right to relocate; ...
A new study shows people are more likely to identify as Republican if they have daughters. Having more daughters than sons ...
TTC Panelists Discuss Corporations and Religion. a High-Profile Custody Battle, and the Feminist Site JezebelNovember 27, 2013
Our panel this week is: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Center for Equal Opportunity Chair Linda Chavez; Red Alert Politics Editor Francesca Chambers, and The Gender Equality Project’s Megan Beyer.
No Death, Life Term for Juveniles for Heinous Crimes: Women and Child Development Minister Krishna TirathDecember 05, 2013 | Read More »
Under attack, the Women and Child Development Ministry on Thursday clarified that the Juvenile Justice Board will remain the appellant authority for cases of juveniles involved in heinous crimes like murder and rape and ruled out death penalty or life imprisonment to minors convicted of such crimes.
On Tuesday, Britain’s authorities vowed to crack down on human traffickers, after the case of three women forced into 30 years of servitude in a South London home swung a spotlight on the pervasiveness of modern-day slavery.
For many Syrian women in Algeria, the gendered experience of violence and displacement has been compounded by the discrimination they now face as women refugees, says Latefa Guemar.
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