Tuesday, 6 August 2013

News for Today

Contributed by Ana Maria Guerra
Women Scarce in the Top Posts of Los Angeles (US)
Bid to Honor Austen Is Not Universally Acknowledged (UK)
Texas Adoption Bill Shows How Little Anti-Choicers Think of Women (US)
Women and the New Global Development Agenda
Spurred By Anti-Choice Lawmakers, North Carolina’s Health Department Cracks Down On Abortion Clinics (US)
‘Girls are the world’s forgotten population’: Nine facts about child brides
Online And Anonymous: New Challenges To Prosecuting Sex Trafficking (US)

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:
'Women scarce in the top posts of Los Angeles' (The New York Times):
'Illegal buttocks injections kill, maim US women' (WFAA):
'Public advocate candidate tries to rally women to vote against men who have behaved badly' (NY Daily News):
'Men and women share tournament, but not main stage' (The New York Times):
'More women in their 40s are having babies' (Los Angeles Times):
'Indian government urged to improve conditions for abandoned women in 'City of Widows' (ABC News Australia)
'Men's rights activists invite men to 'stand their ground' against uppity women, what could possibly be wrong with that? (Wonkette):
'7 surprising health conditions that affect women more than men' (The Huffington Post):
'The power of pissed-off women' (The Huggington Post):
'Twitter UK présente ses excuses aux femmes victimes d'injures' (RTS):
'En prison, certaines -femmes ne savent plus comment définir leur orientation sexuelle-' (Liberation Fr):
'Violence sur les femmes au Pays basque: la lutte sort de l'artisanat' (Sudouest):
'Violence faites aux femmes santé maternelle et emploi: le PNUD débloque plus de 15 milliards' (Rewmi):

Contributed by Farah Najar
They work for equity
 Au Liberia passe le droit des femmes police joins couple féminisée   : www.slate.fr/story/74273/liberia-femmes-loi-police

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