Monday, 7 April 2014

News for Today

Contributed by Farah Najar Arévalo:

Agredidas por su familia

Securing Women’s Land and Property Rights- A Critical Step to Address HIV, Violence, and Food Security:

Penn State holds Sexual Assault Awareness Month events in April:

Avisos para una mujer que no existe

'Get your arse out, mate': we turn the tables on everyday sexism – video

Niña de SLP denuncia agresión sexual en primaria y es molestada por su maestra y compañeros; la CEDH ya investiga

Se suicida en Bengala después de que su violador fuera condenado sólo a pedirle perdón

Agencias de viajes para abortar fuera de España: coinciden tres campañas contra la Ley Gallardón:

Contributed by Karol Arámbula:

'Hiring women can boost bottom line' (Astroawani):

'A world of women take the stage' (The Daily Beast):

'Blame women's unhappiness on feminism? Sure, say conservative gals' (The Los Angeles Times):

'A new era? Afghan presidential hopefuls court women's vote' (NPR):

'Diabetes among pregnant women skyrocketing, study finds' (The Star):

'Women in post-genocide Rwanda have helped heal their country' (National Geographic):

'Analysis: Women gained 99000 jobs in March' (The Washington Post):

'The triumph of Rwanda's women' (The Daily Beast):

'Women still vastly outnumbered by men on UK radio and TV news' (The Guardian):

'Study: Women do not apply to 'male-sounding' jobs' (TIME):

Contributed by Suyog Shelar
[Philippines] Women in radio: Intensifying advocacy on gender equality, women empowerment

Comprehensive data is vital for global women’s empowerment

Men with empathy can stop global sex-trafficking, says advocates

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