This collection of 12 reports by women journalists from developing countries investigates struggles to introduce fair marriage contracts and rights for divorced women, sexual harassment in education, discriminatory employment practices and domestic violence.
The book reveals how women's reproductive rights and sexual health remain severely compromised around the globe, despite international standards established at two International Conferences.
"…persuasively illustrates the many ways in which injustice still operates to curtail women's health, empowerment and rights, and argues for more comprehensive implementation of the Cairo Programme of Action… …This collection is a must for activists and policy-makers alike."
Adrienne Gemaine, President, International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC)
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