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Need: HELP ME SPREAD AWARENESS

In school I am analyzing the progression and oppression of women in developing countries. I would dearly appreciate it if someone would answer the questions I have in hopes of spreading awareness of the hardships women encounter, im truly fascinated by this topic and would love to learn more, please respond as soon as possible. Thank you!

Q: Where are you from?
Q: What were the occupations of your mother and father?
Q: What problems did you encounter socially in your country?
Q: Were you deprived of certain freedoms due to the developing state of your homeland?
Q: Were you aware of the social state women were in during your stay in your homeland?
Q: As you grew up, were there any signs of a changing social role of women?
Q: Did you ever think of changing your way of life by moving to a different region, joining protests etc.?
Q: Has the role of women remain unchanged in certain regions?
Q: If you were given enough political power to make changes in your country, where would you start? How would you express this power?

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