women. women's rights

Alicia Kearns says the US decision to leave the country will be a “stain on our conscience for a long time” as the Taliban clamps down on education.
Nadhim Zahawi will oversee women's issues despite the job title being erased from the equalities role.
The party is acting on legal advice that continuing to use the system in Westminster seats would be 'unlawful'.
Labour's Olivia Blake says move should mean women will start to receive support after their first miscarriage.
Labour's shadow minister for domestic violence and safeguarding claimed women's lives were "not a priority" for the government.
Dodds replaces Marsha de Cordova who left the frontbench role last week.
Marzia Babakarkhail, who fled Afghanistan in the late 1990s, issues a stark warning to the West that the Taliban "has not changed".
Joining Arj Singh, Rachel Wearmouth and Paul Waugh, Tory chair of the Commons women and equalities committee, Caroline Nokes discusses the need for Royal transparency, why women feel unsafe on our streets, and why she wears “woke” as a “badge of honour”.
Women have worked throughout the pandemic, completing the front line roles that have kept the nation functioning. Many have done so while shouldering society’s unpaid work childcare, care for elderly relatives and housework which still disproportionately falls to women.