Thursday, 14 November 2013

News for Today

Contributed by Karol Arambula

'Iraqi women lament costs of U.S. invasion' (NBC News):

'Women fare worse in Egypt than in any Arab state: survey' (NPR):

'Glass ceiling: Why women aren't coaching men's D-I hoops' (USA Today):

'Estrogen: for men and women, balm for the brain´ (LA Times):

'Analysis: Arab Spring nations backtrack on women's rights, poll says' (Reuters):

'5 women arrested under Senegal's anti-gay law' (ABC News):
Contributed by Agata Blanco CompostelaArab Women Plan a Regional Network for Security
Syrian Women Exit Jordan in Search of Missing Men 
Middle East Women Mean Business
Contributed by Ana Maria GuerraKenyan women to fight bill denying them property rights in divorce

Hard evidence: is there still a gender bias in journalism? (UK)

Rabbi says women shouldn’t drive (Israel)

New UK funding to help protect women and girls in emergencies

Egypt: Sexual Harassment in Egypt Linked to Wider Violence - Interview

By trivialising the word 'rape', we endanger all women. Ranjit Sinha should know that (India)

India top cop’s remark on "enjoy" rape sparks outrage

Tanzania: Awareness On Gender Rights Increasing in Zanzibar

African Union head calls for end to child marriage

The Restaurant World Is (Still) Sexist

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