Jan 18, 2013 - YES Magazine
There is a connection between the growth of unjust economic policies and the intensification of crimes against women. The Delhi gang rape has triggered a revolution—one that we must sustain.
"Violence against women is as old as patriarchy. Traditional patriarchy has structured our worldviews and mindsets, our social and cultural worlds, on the basis of domination over women and the denial of their full humanity and right to equality. But it has intensified and become more pervasive in the recent past. It has taken on more brutal forms.
And while we intensify our struggle for justice for women, we need to also ask why rape cases have increased 240 percent since 1990’s when the new economic policies were introduced.... http://www.yesmagazine.org/peace-justice/violent-economic-reforms-and-women
WHY EMPOWERING WOMEN WILL TRANSFORM OUR SOCIETIES - LETTER FROM THE ELDERS http://ow.ly/ic38k
WOMEN PLAY LARGER ROLE IN TODAY'S AGRICULTURE http://sco.lt/8Qn0EL
"LET WOMEN RULE" INTERVIEW WITH THE DALAI LAMA 2012 WITH ARCHIBISHOP DESMOND TUTU http://www.ventures-africa.com/2013/02/the-rise-of-the-african-woman/
September 2012 - Sustainable Brands
GENDER DIVERSITY ON CORPORATE BOARDS: THE THIRTY PERCENT COALITION AND THE CRITICAL MASS EFFECT http://www.sustainablebrands.com/news_and_views/new-metrics/corporate-boards-more-women-enhance-governance?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=businessweekly&utm_campaign=sep24