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· November, 2010

Stories about Women & Gender from November, 2010

8 November 2010

Brazil: Female Bloggers React to the Country's First Female President: Yes, She Can!

Dilma Rousseff is the first woman in a group of 35 Brazilian presidents, and will be the first Brazilian in an elite club of 17 female global leaders. What are...

Azerbaijan: Friends

5 November 2010

El Salvador: Debate on Women's Rights Heats Up

Puerto Rico: No More Violence Against Women

Serbia: Police Hunt Facebook Misogynists

The Serbian Public Prosecutor, in cooperation with the Serbian Ministry of the Interior, investigated the case of a Facebook group "Death to Women“ ("Smrt ženama"), which was propagating hatred towards...

1 November 2010

Bulgaria: Reactions to Dilma Rousseff's Victory in Brazil

Brazil's President-elect Dilma Rousseff has been the subject of many conversations in Bulgaria, due to her Bulgarian roots. Ruslan Trad translates some of the online reactions.

Peru: Protest Calls on Government to Reduce Female and Infant Mortality Rates

Trinidad & Tobago: Gender, Governance & Being Prepared

Lesotho: Maseru Men

Zimbabwe: Are women less corupt than men?

Georgia: Reflections on Teach and Learn

Teach and Learn with Georgia (TLG) is a project established by the Georgian government aiming to recruit 1,000 native English speakers willing to teach English at local schools. Many of...