Shachar Peled travelled to the southern villages of Rahat and Hura and met the pioneering women breaking the conservative barriers of their traditions.
An exclusive interview with the Israeli President's Chief of Staff. An Ultra-Orthodox mother of eleven children, a PhD candidate in Public Policy and a Computer Science teacher, Rivka Ravitz also finds time to manage the presidential office
Why are there no women leading American Late Night shows? From Lena Dunham, through Tina Fey to Amy Schumer, funny women are heading their own shows, but not the leading talk shows. Yet.
Ultra-orthodox women in Israel, who have in recent years become lawyers, journalists and high-tech managers, are now seeking to be elected to parliament within the orthodox parties. Although major obstacles stand in their way, they believe they'll live to see the day when a Haredi woman will represent the entire Haredi public.
The first ever film to deal with violence and sexual abuse against Palestinian women is screened across Israel by taboo-breaking Palestinian filmmaker Abir Hadad
In certain areas in Israel, women are segregated in buses, medical clinics and funerals. A group of women in Jerusalem is trying to end the discrimination.
Israeli reform group Women of the Wall decide to negotiate the terms of moving their prayers to a third prayer section in front of the Western Wall
The Israeli Film Academy Awards took place with an all-time record of women holding the production reins, especially in directing and screen writing roles.
As the world marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women this week, several new campaigns are launched to put the focus on men, and their part in battling the acts of violence.
Lately in Israel more and more women who have suffered sexual abuse are finding the courage to reveal their identities and speak openly about their horrific experience.