Daily Links - 26 October

26 October 2005
Women are willing to make a difference on the international theater. But can children? The last part of the Toolkit (by IA and WWP) underlines the plight facing so many young civilians in war-torn countries.


“In Lesotho and Swaziland, AIDS Activates Women” (Nicole Itano, womensenews.org, 24/10/05)
Yesterday’s Toolkit (by IA and WWP) showed how AIDS threatened women as a physical and social disease. In Africa some women decided to fight against it.


“Japan panel wants women on throne”
(news.bbc.co.uk, 25/10/05)
Will the Japanese Parliament agree on putting a woman on the throne? Also read comments from readers all around the world.


From the archive: "Japan: from the divine to the human" (Misaki Kamouchi, openDemocracy.net, 23/05/02)
Three years ago, Misaki Kamouchi already stated that Japan’s future is female.

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