Women’s rights – a look at how Europe’s media treats the issue

Women’s rights – a look at how Europe’s media treats the issue 620 330 Euro Mediter

Coinciding with celebrations of the Tunisian revolution, the constituent assembly in Tunis has reconfirmed in the constitution the principle of equality between men and women.France 2

Men and women in Saudi Arabia is a completely different story. The rights of women here are very limited. Swiss SRF1.

In Afghanistan, the withdrawal of foreign troops has seen a rise in brutality against women. Enter Kabul’s first district police chief: Colonel Jamilla Bayat. Spain’s TVE.

In India, another gang rape grabbed headlines. This time it was a tourist from Denmark. Foreign women and Indian women say they do not even feel safe there in the daytime. Italy’s Rai 3

Source: http://www.euronews.com/2014/01/17/women-s-rights-a-look-at-how-europe-s-media-treats-the-issue/

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