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In coordinated rallies in New York, Washington, Los Angeles and Chicago, hundreds of thousands of women and their male supporters took to the streets.
On Saturday, Ivanka briefly sat in her father's chair during a session on African development, as the World Bank president spoke.
Trump said that the women are a "testament to strength, faith, perseverance in the face of unspeakable adversity and challenge."
A record breaking 1,000 women drafted into combat positions this summer
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Tens of thousands of women and men are expected to gather at Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square on Tuesday evening as the day-long demonstration reaches its climax.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Presiding over World WIZO, a network of 800 projects serving hundreds of thousands of children, youth and women across Israel, chairperson Rivka Lazovsky is in the business of changing lives
By YONATAN SREDNI
"She betters the lives of those who suffer injustice in society... She gives voice to those who would otherwise remain voiceless and gives them hope that one day the law will change."
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Female students with an aptitude for science and technology are increasingly opting to study different aspects of these subjects.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“Over 70 years of its existence as an independent country, Israel has achieved enormous progress in the field of women’s rights and ensuring equal opportunity for its women.”
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
The NGO was accused of ignoring police and court instructions.
By JEREMY SHARON
Amazing women, who despite disabilities caused by tragedy stretch the boundaries of their capabilities, make the world seem a better place.
By ZAHAL DISABLED VETERANS FUND
WIZO’s first-ever Glass Ceiling Index gathered data from government sources, research institutes and academic studies regarding women’s achievements and gender inequalities across a number of fields.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Newly disclosed letter written by first prime minister two months before establishment of state calls it ‘privilege and duty’ to name female ministers.
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