Over the last 50 years there have many strides forward in women’s rights around the world. Yet recently the trend seems to be reversing in some unlikely places, for instance abortion has been legal in the United (...) +
More and more children today are being raised by single mothers. In the event of divorce or separation it is the mother that will keep the children in 86% of cases. We meet three women who are raising their (...) +
It is not easy being a woman in India; from birth to death discrimination and violence blight many of their lives due to an accident of birth. This beautiful and touching film explores womens place in today’s India. (...) +
Despite being the home of the world’s most famous and ancient sex manual, the Kama Sutra, India is nowadays a nation afraid to talk openly about sex. Thanks to colonial rule by stuffy Victorians and religious leaders (...) +
Thirteen years after her first documentary film, Ukrainian Brides, director Nili Tal revisited the brides who were married to Israeli men.
How Natasha managed to built her unique Villa in Kherson? When and why Vera (...) +
Every year, Esther helps deliver 500 babies in Uganda. Since she started working as a midwife, the mortality rate in her district has decreased. Her clinic is financed by an NGO and even though it is free, she still (...) +
Four North American women fall in love with younger Muslim men from Morocco, Pakistan and Guinea. What follows are years of longing, heartbreak and betrayal. Two cultures clash leaving the women questioning (...) +
‘Family annihilators’ - murderers who kill their children before commiting suicide - are the least understood type of killers. And, according to new research, their numbers may be on the rise.
In February 2012, Bruno (...) +