Por Soraya Rodríguez Ramos

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Sexual violence against women: weapon of war in Ukraine

Rape, abuse and sexual violence are not collateral damages in the war against Ukraine, but rather war crimes.

Ban Taliban Travel: Permission to travel for Taliban leaders should not be renewed

The UN Security Council has been divided since August on whether to allow the Taliban to travel again.

The European Parliament’s response to the overturning of ‘Roe vs Wade’: for the right to legal and safe abortion

The European Parliament calls on the US Congress to adopt a federal law protecting abortion

4 years of the April rebellion in Nicaragua: neither forgetting nor impunity

Human rights violations are still present in Nicaragua, at the hands of the Ortega-Murillo regime. It marks 4 years of the April Rebellion.

Working towards establishing an early emergency system against trafficking in Ukrainian refugees

One of the greatest dangers that women, girls and adolescents face is to be captured by trafficking networks for the purpose of sexual exploitation.

Women artists: art, gender equality and politics

On World Art Day, we look at the situation of women artists and their contribution to equality and women's rights

The pandemic and its impact on women: an analysis two years later

Today marks two years since the WHO’s declaration of the pandemic. We analyse the consequences of the pandemic and its impact on women.

For decent and equal wages: European Equal Pay Day 2022

The European Parliament is preparing its position on the proposal for a new Directive that will establish a binding obligation of pay transparency.

40 years of epidemic: making positive progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS

COVID-19 has reversed some of the achievements to date in the fight against AIDS and has jeopardized the achievement of the 2030 Agenda.

A step forward in the EU against gender-based violence: ending cyber violence against women

Last week, at the plenary session of the European Parliament, we adopted a report calling for more efforts by the European Union to end gender-based cyberviolence.