U.N. Women Finds Resistance To Women’s Rights In Tallying Global Progress Toward Gender Equality

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Resurgent ‘family values’ cause nations to break women’s rights vows — U.N. official
“The United Nations’ agency on women is finding resistance to women’s rights, such as renewed support for ‘traditional family values,’ as it tallies up global progress on gender equality, organizers said on Monday. U.N. Women is collecting information from nations around the world to publish next year on the 25th anniversary of a historic women’s rights declaration signed in Beijing, they said at a briefing…” (Wulfhorst, 5/6).

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