The small, renegade republic of Nagorno-Karabakh in the Caucasus is deeply patriachal. But for the last several years, more and more women have been rising to positions of leadership in the government, courts and universities. The development has changed the country. By Fiona Ehlersmore...[ Comment ]
"Fearless Girl" ist eine Statue nahe der Wall Street, die für Geschlechtergerechtigkeit wirbt. Doch die Firma, die sie aufgestellt hat, soll Frauen selbst systematisch schlechter bezahlt haben. mehr...
In the 1960s, Gloria Steinem became the icon of the women's movement and she hasn't slowed down since. Now, the US may elect a female president for the first time in its history. Has feminism finally reached its goal? By Samiha Shafymore...[ Comment ]
Anne-Marie Slaughter was one of Hillary Clinton's top advisors at the State Department before she left politics to devote more time to her family. In an interview with SPIEGEL, she discusses the feminist debate that ensued and her views of the Syrian crisis. Interview Conducted by Britta Sandberg and Samiha Shafymore...[ Comment ]
Germany's leading feminist, Alice Schwarzer, says the sexual attacks in Cologne make it necessary to look closer at Muslim immigration. Prominent feminist Anne Wizorek disagrees. SPIEGEL brought them together for a joint interview. Interview Conducted by Christiane Hoffmann and René Pfistermore...[ Comment ]
The events in Cologne were perpetrated by a sexist criminal mob -- and have triggered the rise of racist digital mob in response. The incident has shown that much of the public doesn't care much about sexual violence, unless it comes from foreigners. A Commentary by Sascha Lobomore...[ Comment ]
Germany's statutory gender quota for supervisory boards took effect at the beginning of the year, yet the ratio of women to men is still alarmingly low. Many companies don't even seem to realize that the new law applies to them. By Susanne Amann, Dinah Deckstein and Ann-Katrin Müllermore...[ Comment ]