Understanding The Feminization Of Poverty

World poverty is an increasingly important issue getting the attention of individuals and organizations globally. Poverty coincides with many factors including geographic location, race, and education. None of these factors predict poverty as consistently as gender. The overwhelming impact of poverty on the world’s female population is generally referred to as “the feminization of poverty.” This phenomenon…

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LIVE: Effects of U.S. Immigration Policy on Global Peacemaking Efforts

On Tuesday February 7, 2017, The Carter Center’s Forum on Women, Religion, Violence, and Power hosted a virtual roundtable on the impacts of recent U.S. travel restrictions on peacemaking efforts around the world. Panelists included Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, founder of the International Civil Society Action Network and Rabia Chaudry of the United States Institute of Peace. The…

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