On International Women's Day, it is good to wonder about the status of women around the world. Rather than talking about bad examples, we decided this year to focus on good practices in some countries that pave the way towards greater equality between men and women.
Read more: Women’s Day, Equality between men and women in Iceland, Denmark and Norway
In spite of the economic difficulties being experienced worldwide, the World Tourism Organization (WTO) reported an increase of 52 million tourists, representing a 5% increase in 2013, reaching over a billion tourists worldwide.
A study created by an English company demonstrated that a motorist spends the equivalent of 3 years and 4 months of his life behind the wheel. At the time of democratization of the rental vehicle abroad, it is interesting to explore the specificities of different countries in terms of driving.
Read more: The driving differences among countries
According to a UNESCO study of 2006, the number of international students has increased from 41% from 1999 to 2004. They are today 2.5 millions each year to study outside of their country of origin. China sends the biggest contingent of foreign students around the world with 14% of all international students.