Half the sky : turning oppression into opportunity for women worldwide /
Two Pulitzer Prize winners issue a call to arms against our era's most pervasive human rights violation: the oppression of women in the developing world. They show that a little help can transform the lives of women and girls abroad and that the key to economic progress lies in unleashing wome...
|Main Author:||Kristof, Nicholas D., 1959-|
|Other Authors:||WuDunn, Sheryl, 1959-|
New York :
Alfred A. Knopf,
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- The girl effect
- Emancipating twenty-first-century slaves
- Fighting slavery from Seattle
- Prohibition and prostitution
- Rescuing girls is the easy part
- Learning to speak up
- The new abolitionists
- Rule by rape
- Mukhtar's school
- The shame of "honor"
- "Study abroad"
- in the Congo
- Maternal mortality, one woman a minute
- A doctor who treats countries, not patients
- Why do women die in childbirth?
- Edna's hospital
- Family planning and the "God gulf"
- Jane Roberts and her 34 million friends
- Is Islam misogynistic?
- The Afghan insurgent
- Investing in education
- Ann and Angeline
- Microcredit : the financial revolution
- A CARE package for Goretti
- The axis of equality
- Tears over Time magazine
- Grassroots vs treetops
- Girls helping girls
- What you can do
- Four steps you can take in the next ten minutes
- Appendix. Organizations supporting women.