Huffington Post: Most U.S. Women See Gender Equality Around The World As Their Shared Responsibility

Huffington Post: Most U.S. Women See Gender Equality Around The World As Their Shared Responsibility

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3/8/19

HuffPost and Yahoo, media partners in Make #March4Women, released a series of stories based on a poll that the Verizon Media brands co-sponsored with CARE. The ‘What Women Want Now’ poll of more than 1,000 women in the United States found that more than two thirds of respondents -- 68 percent -- say American women should play a role in trying to reduce the gender-based discrimination that occurs in many parts of the world. Some 61 percent of American women say they personally should have a role in reducing gender-based discrimination around the world. And more than half -- 53 percent -- see such a role for the U.S. government. The story is titled “Most Women See Gender Equality Around the World as Their Shared Responsibility.” Read it here.

CREDIT: CARE/Chandra Prasad

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