Other Papers
The Gap Report
Ending the AIDS epidemic—four words that hold such hope and promise. Four words that represent more than 30 years of devastation, struggle and loss. The AIDS epidemic brought the world to its knees before bringing people to their feet. Activism and research led to one of the most effective global movements of this generation. Global commitment and clear goals paved the way for countries at the start of the AIDS response. Then resources, innovation and communities accelerated its progress. So
01 Jan 2010
Harmful Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children
The harmful traditional practices identified in this Fact Sheet are categorized as separate issues; however, they are all consequences of the value placed on women and the girl child by society. They persist in an environment where women and the girl child have unequal access to education, wealth, health and employment.
United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner
01 Jan 1979
United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner (OHCHR)
Gender Inequality in Indonesia
This report presents a review of existing papers on the state of gender inequality in Indonesia.
Monash University
01 Oct 2015
Monash University
Gender Discrimination and the International Division of Labour
The paper empirically explores the international economic effects of gender discrimination, namely the linkages of gender inequality with comparative advantage (trade) and foreign direct investment flows.
Matthias Busse, Christian Spielmann
01 Sep 2003
Hamburgisches Welt-Wirtschafts-Archiv (HWWA)
Gender Inequality and Economic Growth
The report says that gender inequality is a pervasive feature in many developing countries.
David Cuberes, Marc Teignier
19 May 2011
World Bank
The Roots of Gender Inequality in Developing Countries
This article discusses several mechanisms through which, as countries grow, gender gaps narrow.
Seema Jayachandran
01 Nov 2014
Northwestern University



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