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Ségolène Royal returns in French cabinet reshuffle

2014-04-02

France's new prime minister, Manuel Valls, has unveiled a 'combat government' with some surprising appointees. Of the 15 top cabinet posts, seven are now held by women

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Socialist Anne Hidalgo elected first female mayor of Paris

2014-04-01

Anne Hidalgo, the leftist deputy of the outgoing mayor Betrand Delanoe, has been elected as Paris’ first female mayor in Sunday’s run-off vote, according to exit polls

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Progress for women in politics, but glass ceiling remains firm

2014-03-31

There are also 46 countries with more than 30 per cent of women MPs in at least one chamber, up from 42 in January 2013. The trend, if it continues, would bode well for women´s political participation..

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One step closer to electoral quota in Liberia

Susanne Mannberg
2014-03-21

Liberia’s Senate has adopted a proposal for an electoral quota system. This is an important step for increasing women’s political participation in the country

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Habiba Sarabi Wants to Be First Female Vice President in Afghanistan

2014-03-21

The candidate strode down the aisle separating hundreds of male and female supporters at a campaign rally in Kabul. She shook hands with the women filling the chairs to her right

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A First: Five Women Defense Chiefs Shatter NATO's Glass Ceiling

2014-02-28

A NATO official told The Associated Press the five constituted the largest number of women defense ministers to serve at one time since the 28-nation alliance was founded in 1949

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Emna Mansour Wants to Be First Female President in Tunisia

2014-02-26

Emna Mansour, chairwoman of Tunisia's Democratic Movement of Building and Reforms, announced Feb. 24 that she will be running for presidency

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Indian women rally to back demand for more seats in parliament

Nita Bhalla
2014-02-13

Hundreds of women gathered in the heart of the Indian capital, demanding that the male-dominated parliament approve a bill giving women a stronger political voice in this patriarchal country

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Gender Quotation in Georgia

2014-01-31

“Young Socialists of Georgia” demands from Georgian Government and Parliament to establish 30% quotation limit in legislative government in favor of women to promote......

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