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Links to the role of gender, particularly the position of women, in and relevant to, South Asia.

Women increasingly migrate for economic reasons. UN, March 3, 2005
The nature of international migration was changing, with growing numbers of women migrating on their own rather than as family members as in the past.

Call to halt "Unethical" drug trials in India, OneWorld South Asia, February 09, 2004
Women activists in India are campaigning against the rising incidence of "unethical" clinical trials by international pharmaceuticalcompanies here, alleging that they are using "poor Indians as guinea pigs."

Women improve irrigation flows
Women & agriculture in Nepal, ADB

The Truth Behind Sri Lanka's Gender Development Statistics
Third World network (TWN), Malaysia




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