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Women in Politics

Gender in Climate Change

Other News


Cambodia: Court orders Mu Sochua to appear June 2

Cambodia: Putting Women on a Political Agenda

Afghanistan: "I see my death… 

Australia: Debate Heats Up Senegal: MPs Push for Continent-Wide FGM/C Ban

Japan: Women Changing the Face of Politics

Sudan: Key post-referendum issues

Thailand: Political Wounds Go Far Beyond    more info...

Women’s Role in a Warming World

Climate change ‘will hit women harder’

Environmental and anti-globalisation activist awarded Sydney Peace Prize

Papua New Guinea: Residents coping with rising flood waters – for now

Women’s Role in the Clean Energy Economy

U.N. Biodiversity Plan Demands Voice for Women

Climate Information, Resource Centre launched in Gambia

UN names Costa Rican to head climate change body

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Philippines: Foundation to receive equipment

Indonesia: Gender inequality

Dakar: Are fewer mothers dying? 

Africa: PMTCT could be key to cutting child mortality

Timor Leste: Tough times in distant Oecusse

Uganda: Information Technology Helps Farmers

Senegal: Tackling trauma in Casamance

Africa: Ten countries desperately seeking doctors   more info...

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