Women's rights (Issue 373)
November 2004, Issue 373
It is nearly 10 years since the last United Nations conference on women in Beijing. On the surface, women seem to have won many of the rights they were fighting for.
But this issue digs a little deeper into our post-feminist world. It looks at the situation of women around the world, where things are not all that they might seem. It examines the forces preventing change and argues that women's rights are also men's business.
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