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While the pandemic has emphasised the crucial role of care work in industrialised societies, research tells us that it has become a global business, exploiting migrant women by depriving them of their rights and forcing them into unsustainable working conditions. An analysis from an important international debate at the University of Linz, Austria

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Far from being " a tool for liberation and democracy" , social media have been revealing more and more their darker side, being the preferred vehicle to the spread of gendered disinformation as well...
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By striking down the 1973 "Roe v. Wade" decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has directly affected the health and rights of women and girls, moving into a public discourse that has gained ground and...
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Starting from the latest news, Yasmine Ergas explains how the Texas Heartbeat Act creates a scorched earth around any woman who might attempt to, or has had, an abortion.

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Legislating on any matter and legislating specially on maternity and paternity at work needs a coherent work from the national legislators and these legislators as representatives of their people’s may not continue neither remaining silent and therefore not legislating at all on maternity and paternity protection at work, nor these national legislators may continue copying Labour Codes enacted by authorities from countries, cultures and economic realities completely opposite to their own countries.

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Interview with Marinella Perroni, theologian. “What the carefully staged resignment of Benedict XVI has shown is that everything can change. But for change to actually happen, the Church would have to welcome the female point of view. Something that goes well beyond the ordination of women”. 

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Michelle Obama endorses Hillary Clinton in a speech at the democratic national convention

For the first Women in Science Day GenPORT will release a series of video interviews with leading...