The recent publication of a series of articles in the New York Times magazine
focused on women and development, at a time when several books on the
subject have also been published, has sparked debate in the women’s
rights community internationally and domestically. These debates come
at a time when US Foreign Aid programs are under review and during the
15th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and
Rewire editors are so impressed by the depth and range of responses to the New York Times Magazine series and Kristof-WuDunn book that we wanted to include links to some of these posts on other sites around the web, as well. Thus, here for you are additional voices that you won’t want to miss!
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Lucinda Marshall, Feminist Peace Network
Ann Friedman, Feministing
Jen Nedeau, Change.org
As well, Jane Roberts contributes her thoughts in her Rewire reader diary, "Half the Sky is Falling."
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