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Libya: Seize Chance to Protect Women’s Rights Human Rights Watch, May 30, 2013

Nigeria: Make Health Care Facilities Safe and Accessible by Olutosin Oladosu-Adebowale, Huffington Post, May 29, 2013

India: Maternal Healthcare Evades Marginalised Mothers by Stella Paul, IPS, May 28, 2013

Yemen: Tawakkol Karman: The Revolution Can Still Succeed Foreign Policy, May 24, 2013

Palestine: Multimedia Project Tackles LGBT Rights by Jillian Kestler-D'Amours, IPS, May 24, 2013

South Sudan: Initiative Aims to Keep Young Girls in Primary School Guardian, May 24, 2013

Syria: Knowing the Revolution by Heart by Caroline Ayoub, Peace X Peace, May 23, 2013

Global: Pollution Risks Worse for Developing World Women Women's eNews, May 23, 2013

Afghanistan: Women Harassed into Unemployment IPS, May 20, 2013

Global: Q&A With Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda: The Security of a Nation Is Its Women IPS, May 14, 2013

Global: The Most Important Pro-Worker Policy in the World: Education for Women The Atlantic, May 14, 2013

DRC: New UN Envoy Mary Robinson Sees Chance to End Decades of Violence Vancouver Sun, May 8, 2013

Canada: The Power of Storytelling by Mary Hayes, Girls20 Summit Blog, May 7, 2013

Global: Q&A with Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda: The Security of a Nation Is Its Women IPS, May 7, 2013

Saudi Arabia: In Historic Shift, Some Girls' Sports Now Allowed in the Kingdom CBS News, May 6, 2013

Syria: A Family Home Torn Apart in Government Shelling The WIP, May 6, 2013

Colombia: "No Justice? No Peace!" Women Absent from Peace Talks The WIP, May 6, 2013

Iran/Cuba/China: 'Forbidden Voices': Female Bloggers Fight for Freedom of Speech CNN, May 3, 2013

Iran: Men Don Dresses to Protest Sexist Punishment for Criminals Daily Beast, May 3, 2013

Bangladesh: Labor Activist Kalpona Akter Fights for Safety at Garment Factories PRI's The World, May 2, 2013

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