The fear of hate crime puts many Muslims on constant alert.
Syria has been shattered by conflict since March 2011; more than 5 million people have been forced to flee the country and rebuild their lives elsewhere. I travelled to Berlin to hear the stories of three Syrian refugees who now call the city home and are working hard to keep their culture alive in the German capital.
There have been brilliant women working on the issue for decades. Jessica Bateman talked to Ann Rossiter, who has been helping Irish women access abortions since the 1980s
Opinion piece on feminism being 'word of the year'
A report on NGO Action Aid's work combatting child marriage in Ghana
A decade since London Road was made notorious by the death of five sex workers, its residents have transformed the community and seen their story on stage and screen. But now, they fear government cuts will undo all the work
Sixteen-year-old Rose Blanchard is one of the first students in the UK to receive official training to challenge stereotypes among her peers. She tells us why it's important for all teens to stand up to prejudice.
Meet the millennial witches shaking up Massachusetts with a hip new brand of the craft
Inspired by #MeToo, more UK women like Jessica Bateman are coming forward about sexual violence. So where’s their support?