Monthly Archives: February 2014

Women’s rights, country by country

Which countries have laws preventing violence? Which legislate for gender equality? And which countries allow abortion? Using World Bank and UN data theguardian.com offers a snapshot of women’s rights across the globe: If you can see this, your browser doesn’t … Continue reading

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Oppressed majority: when male and female roles are reversed

Check out this very well made short film that should really make you think: The short film “Majorité opprimée”, directed by Eleanor Pourriat tells the story of a man, father of a young baby, living in a highly matriarchal world … Continue reading

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Who would had thoght that?

It’s developed country, not emerging economy, attitudes that are the problem on sustainability! An interesting study found two very imortant facts about the role of emerging economies and developed country about the problems of sustainability: Emerging economy citizens are substantially … Continue reading

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