Gender, rather than race or age or immigration status, has become the country’s sharpest social fault line.
Condoms, birth control, and other items are harder to get in the developing world because of the pandemic. That is putting lives at risk.
The country’s governing party, which just won another election, has married right-wing social policy with left-wing economic policy.
The Ottoman-era personal status laws apply differently to each of 15 religion-based groups, effectively outlaw secular marriage or divorce, and codify discrimination against women
The ruling party's political rhetoric -- and its odd reorganization of government ministries -- has women worried that the government wants to reassign them to a more traditional role
Government failures to address the causes of disability or fix antiquated social services have left disabled Turks seemingly invisible. But a handful of organizers are pushing for change
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of the ruling Justice and Development Party, which has just won its third majority term, has pledged to redraft the country's constitution
From ancient Rome to Libya today, armed conflict has been marked by sexual violence on a mass scale. But what links the two, and can it ever be stopped?
Sidelined within weeks of helping lead the revolution, women face new challenges in post-Mubarak politics
Behind the name of the Prime Minister's debauched and allegedly criminal parties are the injustices of a troubled nation
Julian Schnabel's latest film tells the story a Palestinian teenage girl, and is inspiring both praise and controversy
Its call for a no-fly zone over Libya could set a new precedent for protecting people over regimes
Protesters deployed satire, irony, and outright mockery against the government