19 Dec 2020
Two former national team gymnasts have opened up to DW to share their experiences of bullying and mistreatment in the sport. They say the problems in Germany are wider than previously reported.
12 Dec 2020
Angelina Jolie urges women to 'talk to someone' about abuse
28 Nov 2020
On this show we've often flagged the toxic culture of online speech. Now comes Covid. Just how much has all that extra screen time these past months amplified and enabled toxic behavior? When people feel alienated or threatened, one reaction is to pick on others, to bully, and the number one targets are women. From cyberbullying classmates to abusive partners and total strangers who feel they can just let loose, how much of a toll has this pandemic taken on women? We ask our panel what can be done to stop online violence.
9 Oct 2020
Police parade five suspects in Taraba for crimes related to abuse of minors.
COVID-19 hit Trump doing 'very well' in hospital, GSM users hit 203 million, MTN, Airtel lead growth and more
3 Oct 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Sunday.
19 Sep 2020
Journalist Valentin Gendrot's speaks about his book "Flic" (EN: Cop) (Editions Goutte d'Or), a story of infiltrating the French police force. From his training in Brittany to his assignment at a police station of the 19th arrondissement of Paris, he recounts his two-year spell at the heart of a violent universe in which he says he witnessed beatings, discrimination and racism on a recurring basis.
3 Sep 2020
In a circular, the Central Bank of Nigeria directed that Form M for Letters of Credit, Bills for Collection and other forms of payment should only be opened in favour of the ultimate supplier of the product or service. Reacting to this directive, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry says while the policy attempts to curb abuses in the foreign exchange market, it would create more problems than it would solve. Muda Yusuf, Director-General of the LCCI joins CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole for this conversation.
2 Jul 2020
In one of the largest child sex abuse investigations in recent years, some 30,000 potential suspects could be tied to a case in western Germany. Here are some of the key questions and answers.
7 Dec 2019
While Brexit has very much dominated the UK election campaign, 18 female MPs have said they will not be standing again due to a toxic political atmosphere fueled by online harassment. We talk to Professor Kalina Bontcheva who's closely tracking the abuse British politicians, especially women, are currently facing online. Plus how a two month-long strike by Zimbabwe's doctors and nurses is forcing women to seek out traditional midwives who often deliver babies with no sterilization or post-natal care.
25 Nov 2019
A study led by the World Health Organization has reported that physical and verbal abuse of women during labor is a worldwide phenomenon. Women who are unmarried, young or uneducated faced the highest risk.
24 Nov 2019
Human Rights Watch has called on the Nigerian government to ban chaining as it condemned the "terrible" abuse faced by thousands of people with mental health conditions across the country.
10 Nov 2019
Victims encouraged to always report cases of abuse