Minister promises new strategy as number of people playing sport falls 222,000 in six months
The invasive tests are a gross violation of women's rights but are still openly carried out in many societies
Nobel scientist said women in laboratories 'fall in love with you and when you criticise them, they cry'
Working to transform the lives of people affected by leprosy
Campaigners urge Pride in London to drop 'homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic' party from line-up
The Church needs to debunk the myth that God is an 'old white man in the sky', say campaigners
Female voters who value gender over policies have been criticised for 'setting back feminism a hundred years'
Poverty is an outrage against humanity, robbing people of dignity, freedom and hope
Merkel still reigns supreme, but Hillary Clinton is 'just a breath and a ballot away' from the top spot
Providing water purification sachets, pumps, wells and long-term solutions
The socially conservative nation looks set to become the first country to legalise gay marriage by referendum
From the Cannes flat shoe ban to the niqab, women are punished for revealing too much – and too little
Excellent palliative and end-of-life care based around patients and their families both day and night
Training session in Texas designed to help councillors 'deal with women' condemned as 'benevolent sexism'
Campaigners argue that quotas are the quickest way to improve female representation, but others warn of unintended consequences
The term marks a shift from titles that traditionally denoted a person's marital status, profession and gender
Intensive face to face support for people who are at risk of suicide
Re-training wounded servicemen and women, and helping them acquire new skills and qualifications
We have mixed feelings about St George, a third-century Roman soldier who came from modern-day Turkey
The Sharia-compliant shop aims to challenge stereotypes of women in the conservative Muslim kingdom