Blog posts tagged to "gender bias"

  • A man milking a cow breaks a gender stereotype in Mongolia. Photo by T. Alih.

    Who milks the cow now? Or how to communicate gender stereotypes

    Published on Friday, 16 November 2018

    Changing gender stereotypes in Mongolia is about aiming for subtle shifts in the tectonic plates of gender equality.

  • The new constitution aims to recognize the role of women in Nepal's transition from fragile state to developing economy.

    Gender-inclusive constitution key to Nepal’s transition from fragility to development

    Published on Wednesday, 26 August 2015

    To tackle gender biases and imbalances, Nepal is working on a new constitution which aims to give more political opportunities for women, and recognize the important role of women in the transition from fragile state to developing economy.  

  • Where are the girls?

    Published on Monday, 06 May 2013

    Perhaps the saddest indication of discrimination against women and girls are the millions of baby girls who are simply not born every year due to pre natal sex selection. On the average, for every 100 baby girls born in the world, we should expect between 104 and 107 baby boys to be born. This is called Sex Ratio at Birth or SRB.