Women and the right of access to information in Bangladesh: executive summary
The Carter Center
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To demonstrate the hypothesis that women are not able to access information with the same facility (frequency, ease, and rate of success) as men, The Carter Center developed a quantitative and qualitative study. The Bangladesh study, conducted by Manusher Jonno Foundation, not only assessed whether women are able to exercise the right to information with the same facility as men but also identified the main obstacles facing women in accessing information, and types of information most critical to women for economic empowerment and the protection of rights.
CitationThe Carter Center (2016) Women and the Right of Access to Information in Bangladesh: Executive Summary. Atlanta: The Carter Center
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