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· April, 2008

Stories about Women & Gender from April, 2008

Israel: Jail for Iranian Police Chief

Hungary: Change in Attitudes; Change in Policies

Egypt: Residential Independence

OTV is a private Egyptian satellite TV channel which has attracted the attention of its viewers from the day it was launched, thanks to its liberal approach, the issues it...

Bahamas: Outrage

D.R of Congo: A new partnership to end violence

Israel: Teenage Girls Usage of Mobile Phones for Dating

Playing with fire? That is what some Palestinian teenage girls do when they accept mobile phones from boyfriends, and have to hide them away from their parents and families, according...

India: Bride's side

Bahamas: For Shame?

Iran: Women playing Baseball

Costa Rica: A Woman President

Nigeria: Leila Fowler: a fashion destination

Russia: Maria Bochkareva and Other Women Soldiers

Kyrgyzstan: Women’s Club Lobbies for Legalization of Prostitution

India: Caste, Men and Kerala

Saudi Arabia: Regulating Women's Work

Iran: A woman activist was arrested

Nigeria: A nation of police

Armenia: Gender Trouble

Armenia: Women's Day Protest

Bahrain: Should young girls wear hijab?

Bahrain's bloggers have recently looked at topics including the difficulties of being a pedestrian in Bahrain, negative thinking amongst Bahraini youth, the pressure placed on young girls to wear the...

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