Peggy Whiston, Space Woman

The American Peggy Whiston has just made history. Let's take a closer look at how this woman holds the record for performing the most spacewalks.

International Day of Girls and Women in Science

In the scientific field, 28% of researchers are women. An alarming situation that the UN is trying to change by organizing an international day of girls and women in science.

Indigenous peoples of Canada

The program Enquête de Ici Radio-Canada Télé exposed, last Thursday, October 22, 2015, the problem experienced by Aboriginal women in certain regions of Quebec. The program spoke of the abuse suffered by some women at the hands of law enforcement officers.

An egalitarian society?

On March 30, Parisian voters overwhelmingly voted for Anne Hidalgo for mayor of Paris, a first in the history of the city. Let us take a closer look at the place of women in politics.

These children who must be adults

In some poor countries, poor living conditions prompt children to become adults quickly. Let's take a closer look at the situation in Malawi where young girls are sometimes forced to marry at the age of twelve.

Saudi Arabia: only country to ban women from driving

On October 26, there was a day of mobilization in favor of the right to drive Saudi women. Let's take a closer look at the actions of this campaign.