Sunday, 29 September 2013

News for Today

Contributed by William KinTanzania: Gender Based Violence, HIV/Aids On Decline in 12 Villages
Angola: Supporting Angola's Transition to Shared Prosperity
Africa: Conservation NGO and Architectural Firm Re-Envision the Education Paradigm in Africa
West Africa: ECOWAS Discusses Gender in Police
Contributed by Parmeet NagiProsecutors weigh appeal of 30-day rape sentence in Montana

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
Where are the women scientists and engineers?  Dangers to Female Journalists Get Added Up 
Mideast and Africa Still Holdouts on Women's Rights
Peru drugs arrest: British women plead GUILTY to trying to smuggle cocaine worth £1.5m out of country  
Pregnant Volunteers Aid India's Fetal Sex Law 
Congo’s Superhero Moms
Contributed by Norhana KamidContributed by Norhana Kamid Slavery is banned in Nepal. But hidden behind the walls of city homes, some still keep young girls as slaves called kamlaris |
Feature: A ground-breaking report lifts the lid on a major taboo among minorities in the UK and exposes how authorities are failing one of the most vulnerable sectors of society: Asian and Muslim girls.

Contributed by: Farah Najar ArevaloAIB365: It's Your Fault:
Las prostitutas de la dictadura de Brasil se rebelan:
Confesiones a Alá de una mujer árabe, pobre y oprimida:
Pussy Riot Member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova Transferred To Prison Hospital On 5th Day Of Hunger Strike:
Miss Philippines is Miss World; Muslim hardliners fume:
Contributed by Agata Blanco CompostelaMarissa Alexander, Woman Sentenced To 20 Years For Firing Warning Shot, Gets New Trial
Taking Control: Indigenous in Canada Compile Own Database on Missing and Murdered Women
Contributed by Megan BirdWhy Alaska has Such a High Rape Rate
Clinton Foundation's Battle for Gender Equality

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