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Women seen needing 60+ years to get equal with men in EU

29 Oct 2020

PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - European women are at least 60 years away from winning equality with men and the pandemic could further slow progress, according to a report released on Thursday that measures gender fairness.

Another 60+ years until women get equal with men in EU

29 Oct 2020

PARIS, Oct 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - European women are at least 60 years away from winning equality with men and the pandemic could further slow progress, according to a report released on Thursday that measures gender fairness.

Bold feminist poster campaign strikes a chord in Paris and beyond

29 Sep 2020

Paris A feminist poster campaign in Paris that draws on street art techniques to denounce rape, sexual harassment and murder is striking a chord with city residents and inspiring copycats as far afield as China, its creator said.

Bold feminist poster campaign strikes a chord in Paris and beyond

29 Sep 2020

Paris, Sept 29 A feminist poster campaign in Paris that draws on street art techniques to denounce rape, sexual harassment and murder is striking a chord with city residents and inspiring copycats as far afield as China, its creator said.

Will coronavirus change tourism in Europe's hotspot cities?

11 Jun 2020

PARIS/BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From Venice to Barcelona, Europe's top tourist destinations are bracing for their worst ever summer as they emerge from lockdown, but many residents are delighted to have a break from the hordes of visitors that now blight their home cities.

FEATURE-Will coronavirus change tourism in Europe's hotspot cities?

11 Jun 2020

PARIS/BARCELONA, June 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From Venice to Barcelona, Europe's top tourist destinations are bracing for their worst ever summer as they emerge from lockdown, but many residents are delighted to have a break from the hordes of visitors that now blight their home cities.

France to put domestic abuse victims in hotels after jump in numbers

30 Mar 2020

PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - France said on Monday it would pay for hotel rooms for victims of domestic violence and open pop-up counseling centers after figures showed the number of abuse cases had soared during the first week of a lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Factbox: Three women vie to become next Paris mayor

12 Mar 2020

PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Three female candidates lead the race to be elected mayor of Paris in polls later this month, and they are all promising to tackle the problems faced by women in the French capital.

FACTBOX-Three women vie to become next Paris mayor

12 Mar 2020

PARIS, March 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Three female candidates lead the race to be elected mayor of Paris in polls later this month, and they are all promising to tackle the problems faced by women in the French capital.

A future without snow? French ski resorts adapt to warming climate

04 Mar 2020

PARIS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As France grapples with its second warmest winter since 1900, once popular ski resorts are grappling with some tough choices: bring in fresh snow, find new tourist activities, or die.

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