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UNTIL 1972, women in the Foreign Office had to leave the service on getting married. Now, a generation later and women hold some of...
BRITISH businesswoman Jenninfer Cunningham is proud of the fact that she leads a team of twenty women in what has become one of the...
Spain has some of Europe’s most progressive gender laws and government-funded education campaigns discouraging domestic violence. But is it working? To mark International Women’s Day Jo Chipchase takes a look.
Celebrating women: British expat charity worker rewarded with MBE for care and compassion during Covid crisis
Pamela Twissell-Cross had never imagined her life would take such a turn after retiring to Spain. After a long career saving lives in the NHS,...
Women are often too modest to blow their own trumpets, so we sent Helen Barklam to speak to five inspirational women and do it for them
THREE generations of strong Spanish women give their views on International Women's Day; one who escaped the Francoist regime, a second-generation child who returned...
NEITHER the coronavirus nor the rain that fell on most of the Valencian Community yesterday (March 8) could put a damper on this year’s...
Exclusive interview: How Spain’s K-9 units are taking on female handlers and training guard dogs to protect women from...
K9s have become a major part of law enforcement in the past several years and are frequently used to track missing people in search-and-rescue...
Fortunately, journalism offered equal opportunities – female and male reporters alike were sent off to cover football
This International Women’s Day I will take a moment to celebrate and acknowledge all the successful, kind, clever, and passionate women I know
Changes are happening but there is still a long way to go
New York suffragettes, Charing Cross station and Annie Lennox – the surprising history of International Women’s Day
International Women's Day (IWD) has been observed since the early 1900's - a time of great expansion and turbulence in the industrialised world
International Women’s Day: We sit down with a feisty Franco survivor honoured for her heroics in fascist, male-dominated Spain
‘TO tell a woman everything she cannot do, is to tell her what she can’ is a Spanish proverb that perfectly fits Isabel Marquez...
I was fighting hard against the glass ceiling
The fight continues in 2020 for a just and fair society where, as females, all we want is to be seen and treated as equals
I don’t want special treatment as a woman, just to have my business acumen acknowledged and my viewpoint respected
“The future of young women now looks very bright,“ she told the Olive Press
Over a century after International Women’s Day first started, Karen Livermore asks, are things really any better in 2020?
Let's celebrate us and what we have achieved and what we can continue to achieve. There’s still a lot to do
The commission encourages women to take to the streets on March 8 to bring visibility to the struggle for their rights
Our predecessors fought for us and opened doors for us. I think as women we don’t always praise ourselves enough
It is a day to remind us to look beyond our borders, our bodies and our race, and to recognise the power of difference in each woman’s story
Besides talent, women bring skills to business that complement those of men
The 100% vegan lipstick has been designed for the traditional demonstrations of International Women’s Day on March 8
Women in Andalucia were some of the first in Spain to join the fight against General Franco, writes Jack Gaioni
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