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The wife of the 4th Indonesian President Gus Dur, Sinta Nuriyah, said that Muslim women are not obliged to wear the Islamic headscarf or jilbab.
Pope Francis on Wednesday named the first woman to hold a high-ranking post in the Secretariat of State.
Minister Erick Thohir announced that he plans to add a new set of policies to prevent sexual harassment against women in SOEs.
UN Women conveyed their appreciation for Gojek's proactive steps in maintaining women's safety in public spaces.
South Korea reached a settlement with Japan to resolve the comfort women dispute in 2015.
Indian police shot dead four men on Friday who were suspected of raping and killing a 27-year-old veterinarian in the city of Hyderabad.
Jakarta Police and city administration today, December 5 launched an application "Help Renakta" to help women and children falling victim to violence.
The study found, among others, that most of the women living in villages have zero access to the internet.
Facebook is improving its policies to protect women on social media.
Cases of sex abuse had increased in the past six months in Egypt, with attackers seeming to seek out African women as prey.
Zilingo has launched a decentralized manufacturing program to empower women that run micro-businesses called SheWorkz.
South African rape survivor finished a more than 700-kilometer walk on Saturday, Oct. 11, across a country known for violence against women.
Women's group Komnas Perempuan aspires for the new members of the House of Representatives (DPR) to include the draft bill on sexual violence.
World leaders meet on Tuesday, September 24, to review a set of global goals agreed with great fanfare and optimism in 2015.
While foreign women have been allowed limited access to matches, Iranian women have been banned from football stadiums when men's teams playing.
Women in Maritime Indonesia, or WIMA Ina, opposes the revision of Maritime Law or Law no.17/2008.
Leading Papuan feminist appealed to the Mimika district government to take better care of native Papuan women and protect them.
More than 1,000 women in the country's Eastern Province had left Saudi Arabia on Monday without their guardian's permission.
South Korea's Kim Se-in will become the first female match commissioner to take charge of an Asian World Cup men's qualification.
Saudi Arabia has allowed adult women to travel without permission and granted them more control over family matters.