A collection of interviews with people who were there at key moments in women's history
The outspoken Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered in October 2006
In 2005 an unprecedented protest by Kuwaiti women won a historic change
In 2004, the Kenyan ecologist became the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize
On April 10 2000, Angela Merkel became the first woman to lead a German political party.
In 1999 a Turkish woman MP appeared in parliament wearing a headscarf. It caused uproar.
In March 1997 Mother Teresa retired from her charity work in India.
Indian film star Shabana Azmi recalls playing a lesbian in the controversial film, Fire
In 1994 Pakistan opened the country's first all-female police station
In 1992 the Church of England faced its toughest decision since the split from Rome.
In 1993, Marguerite Barankitse came to symbolise hope for peace in Burundi's civil war
The first time a case of sexual harassment came to court in India.
In 1991 Katie Koestner went public with her experience of date rape and divided America.
The life and tragic death of the first woman leader of the Basque separatist group ETA.
In 1987 Diane Abbott became the first black woman elected to the British Parliament
Why did she follow her father into politics?
How Afghan women resisted the Taliban's efforts to prohibit education for girls
The dissident poet was released from a labour camp on the eve of a US-Soviet summit
How an anti-nuclear march turned into a peace camp based outside a US airbase in the UK
On 31 October 1984, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was shot by her bodyguards
Angela Berners-Wilson on her experiences that day, and her long fight to become a priest
It is 30 years since a teenage Indian woman spread fear in the North East of the country.
In 1982, women took to the streets to demand the right to give birth naturally
In April 1982, film star Jane Fonda launched her first workout video
How a First Lady's struggle with drugs led to the founding of a world famous rehab clinic
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