Wednesday, 5 February 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Gladiator sport or a family thing: Why are women so into the Super Bowl?' (CNN):

'Breast cancer: older women dying from ignorance' (The Telegraph):

'The best-paying cities for women 2014' (Forbes):

'Spanish abortion law prompts women's group protests' (BBC):

'Sex before marriage lands 'Downtown' women in dire straits' (Today):

'Women in business: Q&A with Sandra Wilkin, President and CEO of Bradford Construction' (The Huffington Post):

'Women on Boards: Another year, another disappointment' (Harvard Business Review):

'Panel recommends 50% quota for women in decision-making bodies' (The Hindu):

'Career drive equal for men and women' (Business Daily):

'Abused women vulnerable to HIV infection' (Health 24):

Contributed by Farah Najar Arevalo

Mujeres al poder: Angélica Fuentes desde el Foro Económico Mundial

Funcionaria política india responsabiliza a las mujeres por las violaciones que ellas sufren
Arrestan a madre que viajó a NY para prostituir a su hija durante el Super Bowl Feministas británicas apoyan a mujeres españolas contra reforma del aborto:

Justice Minister says PM supports controversial abortion reform:
Tens of thousands march against abortion bill in Madrid: 

Young mum and baby daughter burned to death by husband as she breastfed in row over dowry payment:

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
Reshaping trust in Europe with women’s vision   
Islam Will Not Teach My Son That Wife Beating's OK 

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