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New York Times Columnist Features IWHC, Sunday Magazine Spotlights International Women's Issues

Written By: Audacia Ray
August 24, 2009

 

23cover-395 If you haven’t already, checkout this weekend’s New York Times Magazine on women’s rights and the realities of women’s lives around the world.

For over 25 years, the International Women’s Health Coalition has been working to secure a just and healthy life for every women and girl by addressing many of the issues explored in the Magazine. IWHC is proud to be featured on a list of leading organizations working to protect and promote women’s rights, compiled by NY Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.

Here’s a wrap-up of the key articles from Sunday’s Magazine:

The Women’s Crusade, a piece by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, authors of the new book Half the Sky, which is the inspiration for this special issue of the NY Times Magazine.

A New Gender Agenda, an interview with Hillary Rodham Clinton, which reflects IWHC’s core belief that we will only ensure global peace and security by achieving gender equality and securing women’s rights. Click here to read IWHC’s 2008 publication A New Agenda for Girls’ and Women’s Health and Rights by Adrienne Germain, IWHC President.

The Daughter Deficit, about sex selective abortion and female feticide. The book Disappearing Daughters is a really interesting analysis of this issue in the Indian context. Have a look at this report on a recent study of sex selection in China.

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