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Gender Gaps Impact Economic Development

Educating and empowering women is good policy.

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Phoolan and Gender Gap

Across the world, women are coming together to make change.  Without strong mentorship and support, progress would be slow. Lady Kharrazi and others like her work every day to increase economic, educational, and political opportunities for women. These actions are pivotal to helping women and the rest of the world realize the benefits that female…… Continue reading Phoolan and Gender Gap

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حکومت قانون و حقوق بشر

این رویداد برای بالا بردن آگاهی در مورد چالش های وکلا در ایران مدرن قرار داده شد. سخنران اصلی برنده جایزه نوبل، دکتر شیرین عبادی، مدافع حقوق بشر و وکیل مدافع حقوق بشر بود More on Lady Jamileh Kharrazi’s official weblog:

Women · women rights · جمیله خرازی

Social Institutions Must Evolve

Society recognizes the danger to women in public in all sorts of ways. For example, India, the U.K., and Japan all offer women-only compartments in public trains to keep women safe from attacks. Restrooms are gender segregated in most places for the same reason. But why is there no similar social recognition for sexual violence that occurs behind closed doors?

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Women are Key to Peace and Economic Stability in Afghanistan

Mrs. Ghani recently addressed a crowd from a stage at the Seventh Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan (RECCA VII). Afghanistan has already broken into regional and world trade markets. This progress is exciting, and increasing female economic participation will only help the nation grow further. read more

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Parents are putting aside more money for their sons’ college education than their daughters’

Parents are putting aside more money for their sons’ college education than their daughters’. The Wall Street Journal recently reported the findings of two independent studies on the college savings gender gap. However, experts are not sure why savings for higher education is higher for boys than for girls.