Sunday, 11 August 2013

News for Today

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'New abortion limits, but more money for women's health' (The Texas Tribune):

'Pop culture shapes women's pregnancy expectations' (Yahoo News):

'Women in policing: the need' (Durham News):

'Women know their place, but Bloke FM ignores them' (Irish Examiner):

'As fire department looks to recruit women, sexist tweets suggest some firefighters may not be so welcoming' (National Post):

'Time women made waves in blokish culture' (The Irish Times):

'Brains of women with autism show masculine traits' (Los Angeles Times):,0,1185507.story

'Parties urge protection of women, children' (News24):

'Rally gives voice to women' (The Sudburystar):

'What I know about women' (The Canberra Times):

Contributed by Danqing
1) News of China:
Girl Held as Cellar Sex Slave for 11 Days
Women Graduates Protest Against Employment Discrimination

2) Other news:
Female Leaders, 3 Strategies For Success In The Workplace
Female Afghan senator injured, daughter killed, in highway ambush
Afghanistan's pioneering female MP seeks asylum as progress for women unravels
Lise Hand: More female voices would be a breath of fresh air for RTE
Iwate to get first female police chief, NPA says
First female conductor 'proud' to lead Proms finale

Contributed by Stephany Armas
Rape and injustice: The woman breaking Somalia's wall of silence

Bosnian Women Seek New Roles

Despite greater opportunities for women, old gender stereotypes remain strong.

Female role in post conflicts context.

Male War, male peace

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