Women's Economic Empowerment and Reproductive Health
As more women around the world become economically active, are they also empowered? And how will this empowerment change other aspects of their lives, like reproductive health? A new white paper from United Nations Foundation, Women’s Economic Empowerment and Reproductive Health, addresses these and other key issues for the post-Millennium Development Goals development agenda. It also offers an independent perspective on the long-term implications of rising levels of women’s participation in the global labor force.
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