PART-TWO: GLOBAL EPIDEMIC - THE U.S AND AROUND THE WORLD Let us continue the conversation begun during the online webinar of 9-17-14.Continue
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This discussion forum has been established to continue the conversation from part-one of the three-part WNGE webinar series, Violence Against Women and Girls: Continuing Conversations.Part-one of the WNGE webinar series, June 18, 2014, will address…Continue
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The UN Commission on the Status of Women 58th Session (CSW58) started…Continue
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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