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17:25

Opinion

Electing women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Finland, which is considered a pioneer in female politics. In 1907, no fewer than 19 women were allowed into the first meeting of the Finnish parliament. Since then, Finland has never stopped progressing. Today the country has a young woman in the PM's ... chair; Sanna Mirella Marin was only 34 when she was elected in 2019. The newly elected Estonian Prime Minister, Kaja Kallas, is 43. Both women are far from being "made of iron", and apparently represent a new generation of female politicians to which also ... other very small states to be also total matriarchies... But this is far from reality. For example, a couple of years ago, Gibraltar was ranked 154th of 191 countries in a study of women in power by the International Parliamentary Union. The Rock was

17:40

Sport

Spanish women's handball team secures a spot at the Tokyo Olympics

José Manuel Andrés

The Spanish women's handball team have booked their place at this summer's Tokyo Olympics following an emphatic 31-16 win over Argentina on Sunday. The result, part of the Olympic qualifying tournament in Llíria in Valencia, means that the team has

20:11

Local

Axarquía villages launch project in an effort to combat depopulation

Eugenio Cabezas

A number of associations in the Axarquía, including women entrepreneurs in Torrox, La Noria centre for social innovation and ‘together a feminine future’ have launched a project with the hashtag #HechoEn (MadeIn) in an attempt to combat the problem ... of depopulation in the area. The objective of the initiative is to revitalise local communities and commerce through the promotion of traditional jobs, gastronomy and locally produced products, supporting women entrepreneurs and the self-employed.

09:46

Local

Almost 8,000 cases of violence against women reported in Malaga in 2020

FERNANDO TORRES

A total of 7,744 cases of violence against women were reported in Malaga in 2020, representing a significant fall of 1,464 incidents compared to 2019. In 2019, the total had risen by 370 crimes compared to the year before. The statistics come from ... cases, a figure of 5,442, documented in the CGPJ report related to assaults. Added to this, 856 women have been reported to have suffered ‘crimes against moral integrity’. Also, 928 breaches of sentences were reported. At a national level, judicial ... authorities reported a total of 150,785 criminal complaints in the past year, down 10.31 per cent compared to 2019. The number of protection orders issued also fell, in this case by 11.94 per cent. Meanwhile, the CGPJ reports that the proportion of women

16:50

Local

Plaza Mayor outlet village welcomes three new designer stores

JUAN SOTO

...in the province (the other is in El Corte Inglés in Puerto Banús). The second, Philipp Plein brings men's and women's products with a rocker aesthetic; and the third, Façonnable, is a high-end men's and women's clothing brand founded in Nice.

10:50

Local

Covid-friendly plans for Women's Day go ahead as pandemic highlights ongoing inequalities

Jennie Rhodes

Monday 8 March is International Women's Day and while there will be no big demonstrations to mark the occasion in Malaga province, there are a number of events, both virtual and in person, that are taking place. While the world's attention has ... been focused on the coronavirus pandemic, women continue the fight for equality. Working from home and home schooling have brought to light, once again, that it is still women who carry most of the burden when it comes to domestic chores and looking ... after the children. According to a survey carried out by the Spanish women's association Yo No Renuncio (I won't give up), 22 per cent of mothers have either reduced their hours or given up work altogether to look after their children during the