Populist Politics Hindering Women’s Rights Globally, Group Of Women Leaders Says In Open Letter

Quartz: A group of world leaders says populist politics are eroding women’s rights
“…[T]he rise of populism around the world, along with its conservative and xenophobic attitudes, is chipping away at women’s rights, according to a group of female global leaders. More than 30 current and former government and international officials published an open letter online on Thursday (Feb. 28) to launch the Group of Women Leaders for Change and Inclusion, ahead of Women’s History Month, celebrated in the U.S. in March…” (Merelli, 3/1).

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