Wednesday, 19 March 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Farah Nájar ArévaloWhich Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin America?'m in love with the spirit of the Ban Bossy campaign: British women spend their time – and what's missing: announces Internet education campaign for women in UP: Is What Happens When You Replace The Women In Ads With Men: venta de niñas y las bodas arregladas son comunes en Chiapas: ONG; el Estado le incumple a mujeres, dice: and Catalonia join opposition against abortion reform:

Contributed by Charmaine Peart
Domestic Violence
Center That Aids Domestic Violence Victims Opens in Manhattan
Domestic violence survivors find new homes, new hope
When Not to Arrest an Abuser in a Domestic Violence Case
Dartmouth plans tougher sanctions for sex assault

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Women in entrepreneurship: amplifying voices' (Forbes):

'Cambrigde University's Mary Beard says: 'Women from board room to shop floor know the feeling of being silenced' (Cambridge News):

'On average, the top women-led films of 2013 grossed higher than male-led films' (The Mary Sue):

'Egyptian women ready to rise to the occasion' (The Star):

'2 Women arrested for hand gestures at Turkish leader' (TIME):

'Celebrating Women's History Month - On Mars' (The Huffington Post):

'Despite leaps, women lag in politics' (The New York Times):

'Single Moms Club: Tyler Perry still has a problem with (black) women' (The Huffington Post):

'9 Ridiculously simple things all women should be doing for their health' (The Huffington Post):

Contributed by Ana Maria Guerra
100 serial rapists identified after Detroit finally processes untested rape kits (US)

Egyptian doctor to stand trial over girl’s "FGM death"

Uganda fails to achieve MDGs concerning women affairs

Mental health response gaps in South Sudan

Will nobody listen to the sex workers?

Gender-specific books demean all our children. So the Independent on Sunday will no longer review anything marketed to exclude either sex (UK)

Can Cell Phones Improve Latinas’ Health? (US)

South African women taking charge in newsroom

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