A new ADB-ILO joint desk review analyzes what the PRC’s transition to a new growth model means for women in the labor market.
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Discrimination against homosexuals and transsexuals hinders economic and social development.
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we call for policies to help women build and retain control over assets to increase their security.
We have to help make it better to be a woman in Pakistan and Afghanistan, regardless of what our fathers think.
Women in the region must learn to defend themselves, and say enough is enough.
The economic cost is, of course far, far from the only reason to deal with violence against women. But address it we must.
Land is power – immutable and unyielding. It provides succor and sustenance. Unfortunately, there is an overwhelming gender gap in land ownership, reinforcing the gender discrimination women face in other spheres.
Does gender equality REALLY have the potential to cut hunger and increase food security in the region?