November 2012

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

7 in 10 women and girls are victims of violence

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Around the world people are coming together to take a stand and say NO to violence against women. In Malmö, Sweden, a peaceful protest against violence against women was organized by several organizations

The Indian Enigma

India is home to one of the world’s fastest growing economies.  With a real GDP growth rate of 7.20 percent, India’s GDP purchasing power parity has risen to now serve as the fourth wealthiest state, behind only the European Union, the United States, and China.

Women & Water

Women and water have a very unique relationship. It’s not something that’s very obvious unless you do your research on how the two are associated. In many parts of the world, especially developing countries, water plays a big role in women’s lives. Take a look

Central American Women Organizing for Change

The poor working conditions for women in factories or maquilas located in Central American Export Procesing Zones (EPZs) are no secret: Long hours, often with forced overtime; no medical insurance or care for workplace injuries; and barely enough in earnings to live above the poverty

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