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The fifty-ninth session of the Commission on the Status of…Continue
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Gender Equity Webinar: Reproductive Health, Infant Mortality and HIV/AIDS
Please register for Gender Equity: Reproductive Health, Infant Mortality and HIV/AIDS on Apr 15, 2015 9:00 AM PDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6216175114913837057 Part-two of a three-part webinar health series titled: Challenging Structural Inequalities and…See More
Anna DiStefano and Kirsten McGregor attending UN DPI NGO conference
Did you know that the first woman president was Isabel Martínez de Perón of Argentina in 1974? Take a look at the state of women in politics around the world in this UN Women infographichttp://beijing20.unwomen.org/en/infographic/decision-making
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Updated 2014 information on female genital mutilation --- please share this infographic
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Good article by Soraya Chemaly about how regularly men interrupt women, speak over them, and discount their contributions, and how girls are groomed at an early age to accept sexist behavior…. "People often ask me what to teach girls or what they themselves can do. “What can I do if I encounter sexism? It’s hard to say anything, especially at school.” I tell them to practice these words, every day: “Stop interrupting me,” “I just said…See More