Women’s Rights in Bolivia

The Guardian presents this interesting information regarding Women’s Rights in Bolivia:

2014-02-12 08.29.34 amWomen’s rights country by country – interactive

Which countries have laws preventing violence? Which legislate for gender equality? And which countries allow abortion? Using World Bank and UN data we offer a snapshot of women’s rights across the globe. Select a region and hover over a country to see how it has legislated for violence, harassment, abortion, property and employment rights, discrimination and equality. Click on a country to tweet a message on the figures. Country data can be viewed in relation to its population size and those of its neighbouring states. Click the centre of the circle to return to the beginning.

[PLS find below the graphs’ interpretation for Bolivia]

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http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/ng-interactive/2014/feb/04/womens-rights-country-by-country-interactive?CMP=twt_gu

So, there is still room for improvement in Bolivia. Having a less developed economy, fighting the last spot with Haiti in this hemisphere, we definitely have to bring on board our women, fully! It is incomprehensible to not use that 50% of our human capital! Women need to have the same rights as men. With the genome, there should not be any arguments in favor of pernicious machismo!

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